Framed in the warm colors of fall is the IUP Performing Arts Center, comprising Fisher Auditorium, Waller Hall, and the 20,000-square-foot, glass-enclosed grand lobby that has joined the performance venues since 2008. [Keith Boyer]
The view from the front of Waller Hall showed a mostly green Oak Grove in mid-October. [Keith Boyer]
Making its way down Philadelphia Street during the Homecoming parade October 1 was the marching band, directed by David Martynuik, front left. Steady rain and temperatures in the forties failed to keep parade-goers away. [Keith Boyer]
Sunlight finds an opening between columns at the west entrance to John Sutton Hall. At the far end of the walkway is Clark Hall, and across Grant Street to the left are Delaney and Putt halls. [Keith Boyer]
These students were still standing, at least when this photo from the 1976 Oak was taken during the Forty-Hour Dance Marathon. Were you in the photo, or do you know someone who was? Harrison Wick, IUP Special Collections librarian and university archivist, would like to hear your recollections. He is also interested in acquiring IUP memorabilia, photographs, or scrapbooks. His e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. Get more information about IUP Special Collections.
About one hundred people from forty countries took the Oath of Allegiance to become U.S. citizens during Indiana County’s first naturalization ceremony October 14 in the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex’s Toretti Auditorium. Among those naturalized was Political Science faculty member Pooja Rishi, not pictured, who also spoke during the ceremony. [Keith Boyer]
The team at IUP’s Punxsutawney campus is working to ease the transition to higher education and lay the foundation for university success.
Alaskan Gus Guenther is many things: dogsledder, commercial salmon fisherman, carpenter, former newspaper reporter—and now IUP alumnus.
Rising deer populations in Pennsylvania forests largely control what plants and insects are available for other animals to eat, Biology professor Tim Nuttle has found.
This edition of IUP Magazine is different for reasons you will find obvious—and some that may not be so obvious.
The IUP softball team had its best season in school history, bringing Ruth Podbielski, a champion of women’s athletics at IUP, to tears along the way.
November 21, 2011
Jackie Hynson is a seven-time All-American and PSAC Swimmer of the Year.
November 19, 2011
Sue Corbin Rieg '81 honored the memory of her first-grade teacher with the Leon Miller Scholarship Fund.
November 10, 2011
Professors Lydia Rodríguez and Francisco Alarcón share an account of their adventures in Northern and Central California.
Punxsutawney’s Holistic Approach
Completing the Punxsutawney Experience
Call of the Wild
Born to Run
The White-Tail Effect
On the Job in the Allegheny National Forest
A Season to Remember
Change, Subtle and Steady: Message from the President
Letters to the Editor
Alumni Family Tree
IUP By the Numbers: Enrollment
Retired Faculty Spotlight: Edward Chaszar
Retired Faculty Spotlight: Helena Smith
Sun and Mood
The Total Package
A Passion for Teaching and Teachers
Exploring California’s Wonders
September 11, Ten Years Later
Inside the Designer’s Workshop
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