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One Win Shy

IUP’s Daddy Ugbede attempts a shot amid Florida Southern defenders during the NCAA Division II championship in March in Evansville, Indiana.

The men’s basketball team played for the NCAA Division II championship in March in Evansville, Indiana. The 25th-ranked Crimson Hawks fell to top-ranked Florida Southern 77-62. IUP’s Daddy Ugbede, pictured, attempted a shot amid Florida Southern defenders. This was IUP’s second trip to the championship game, following another stellar run in 2010. The Hawks finished the season 31-7 overall, racking up the second most wins in program history. The women’s team lost in the NCAA Atlantic Regional, bringing an end to one of its best seasons with a 25-3 overall record. Full coverage will appear in the Summer issue of IUP Magazine. Photo: Keith Boyer

On the Rise

Construction continues on the new building for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, between Sutton and Clark halls.

Construction continues on the new building for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, between Sutton and Clark halls. The building is expected to open for the spring 2016 semester. University photographer Keith Boyer took this photo from a second-floor seating area that overlooks part of the first-floor lobby. The window wall in the rear faces the west entrance of Sutton Hall. The new building’s main entrance is to the left, next to Stapleton Library.

Goodbye, Keith

Peggy Clark Maguire ’52, of Ligonier, added her signature to a banner at the reunion of former students, student teachers, and faculty members to say farewell to Keith Hall.

From the 1940s to the ’70s, Keith Hall housed the campus laboratory school, serving kindergartners through 10th-graders for most of that time. In October, more than 300 former students, student teachers, and faculty members gathered to say farewell to the building. Keith is expected to be demolished next spring, after the new humanities building opens. At the reunion, Peggy Clark Maguire ’52, of Ligonier, added her signature to a banner. The event’s cochairs were Margie Van Dyke ’72 and Elaine Reschini Judge ’64, M’66. Photo: Bruce Siskawicz/Trib Total Media

Sutton Solitude

Between classes, students Chris James and Ariel Leach enjoyed the quiet of Sutton Hall’s fourth floor alcove, overlooking the Oak Grove.

Between classes, students Chris James and Ariel Leach enjoyed the quiet of Sutton Hall’s fourth floor alcove, overlooking the Oak Grove. The floor houses the Foreign Languages, Philosophy, and Religious Studies departments and many faculty and staff offices. Behind James is the painting Courtyard, by Anna Marie Schnur ’52, part of the University Museum’s permanent collection. Photo: Keith Boyer

More from the Spring 2015 Issue of IUP Magazine

Evolution of the Oak Grove

Evolution of the Oak Grove

With the help of botanists, arborists, faculty and staff members, students, and many other supporters, this beloved campus landmark is returning to the beauty of years past.

Front Door: Growing Globally

Front Door: Growing Globally

Nearly 900 strong, the international student population at IUP is enhancing the learning experience for everyone.

Message from the President

President Driscoll discusses how IUP is preparing students to respond to the pivotal issues of today and tomorrow, such as energy independence.

Namedroppers | Achievements | Mentors

Photo Gallery | In Brief | Letters to the Editor

Vantage Point

Selected IUP faculty respond to the question:"As it relates to your academic discipline, what specific historical event is the most underestimated in terms of its impact on society?"

Pitching In

Using hammers, paint brushes, bats, and baseballs, a number of IUP student-athletes have helped build villages—and spirit—in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.

Recruiting from Within

For alumni and students seeking careers, IUP offers help in many forms. Among the most effective is connecting them with other alumni.