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Photo Gallery: Spring 2018

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Touring Town

On the Performing Arts Center’s second level, passersby are treated to 80 local scenes through the plein air series Homage to Indiana County, by Ron Donoughe ’80. The collection belongs to the University Museum.

On the Performing Arts Center’s second level, passersby are treated to 80 local scenes through the plein air series Homage to Indiana County, by Ron Donoughe ’80. The collection belongs to the University Museum. [Keith Boyer]

On Their Toes

Holly Boda-Sutton, director of IUP Dance Theater, and Lindsey Grove ’14, rehearsal director, worked with company members in Zink Hall as they practiced for an April production of The Princess and the Pea-Brained.

Holly Boda-Sutton, director of IUP Dance Theater, and Lindsey Grove ’14, rehearsal director, worked with company members in Zink Hall as they practiced for an April production of The Princess and the Pea-Brained. [Keith Boyer]

Just a Formality

With his letter, Lawrence Talotta (bottom, right) submitted this photograph, taken around 1978 at a formal for physical education majors. If you can identify anyone in the photo, Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would love to hear from you. He’s also interested in acquiring IUP memorabilia, yearbooks, photos, and more. Contact him at hwick@iup.edu.

With his letter, Lawrence Talotta (bottom, right) submitted this photograph, taken around 1978 at a formal for physical education majors. If you can identify anyone in the photo, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would love to hear from you. He’s also interested in acquiring IUP memorabilia, yearbooks, photos, and more. Contact him at hwick@iup.edu. [IUP Archives]

Hard Fought

Carolyn Appleby scored 17 points in IUP’s Final Four loss to Ashland University in March. Coverage of the Crimson Hawks’ historic season appears in Namedroppers.

Carolyn Appleby scored 17 points in IUP’s Final Four loss to Ashland University in March. Coverage of the Crimson Hawks’ historic season appears in Namedroppers. [Keith Boyer]