Vol. XXXII, No. 1
Acting Chancellor of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education: Peter Garland
Chairman of the State System Board of Governors: Guido Pichini
President of Indiana University of Pennsylvania: Michael Driscoll
Vice President for Enrollment Management and Communications: James Begany
Editor: Elaine Jacobs Smith
Records Editor: Susan Kirchner
Contributing Editors: Bob Fulton, Regan Houser
Alumni Extra Editor: Bruce Dries
Namedroppers Editor: Matthew Burglund
Design: David Raymond
Production Assistance: Meghan McMeans
Photographer: Keith Boyer (University Photographer)
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In need of a shared vision to guide its future, the university turned to the Journalism Department for help
Alumnus John Gilly is on a quest for vaccines to prevent some of the world’s most threatening diseases
IUP offers an excellent return on investment—for the students it serves and for the alumni who generously support the university.
Raymond Carroll was guilty of thievery the evening of January 31, 1914, but he was no lawbreaker—just a record breaker
Lasting bonds have been forged in IUP student groups and programs
Two major construction projects are under way on campus: the Crimson Café and a new building for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences
A $1.25-million gift from an alumni couple offers a powerful start for a new science building
Twenty-five years have passed since the gymnastics team’s mad dash to the podium marking its second straight national title