Central Calendar

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Saturday, November 16, 2019

Dance Theater: “Stargazer”

Zink Dance Studio, Second Floor of Zink Hall

The Lively Arts

Join the IUP Dance Theater on a journey through the cosmos. Through movement and original music, explore the dynamic imagery and theories related to the universe.

Directed by Holly Boda-Sutton, with an original score by David Martynuik, the work will include choreography and musical performance by invited guest artists.

Get tickets here

More information about this event 

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Spowls Hall

The Lively Arts

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity.

The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Dance Theater: “Stargazer”

Zink Dance Studio, Second Floor of Zink Hall

The Lively Arts

Join the IUP Dance Theater on a journey through the cosmos. Through movement and original music, explore the dynamic imagery and theories related to the universe.

Directed by Holly Boda-Sutton, with an original score by David Martynuik, the work will include choreography and musical performance by invited guest artists.

Get tickets here

More information about this event 

Concert: IUP Jazz Band & Jazz Ensemble

Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center

The Lively Arts

This is the annual fall performance of the IUP Jazz Band and Jazz Ensemble, featuring jazz music written for the big band.  The Jazz Band is led by Dr. James Flowers.  The Jazz Ensemble is directed by Dr. Kevin Eisensmith.  This concert is free and open to the public.

Free Admission.

IUP Horn Studio Recital

DiCicco Hall, 121 Cogswell Hall

The Lively Arts

IUP Horn Ensemble performing a variety of works including selections by Mozart, Wiggins, and Weber.

Free admission.

Monday, November 18, 2019

Angels’ Wings is a holiday gift-giving program created to provide gifts for more than 2,000 children, elderly, and physically/mentally challenged people in the Indiana area. The program is coordinated at IUP by the Office of Service Learning.  

Tags can be picked up in several campus buildings November 18–22, 2019—just look for the evergreen tree and select a tag! By selecting a tag from the angel tree, you can help provide holiday gifts to children or adults in our community who otherwise wouldn’t receive one. Often, the adults who receive the gifts are disabled, veterans, or elderly. The tag will indicate the age and gender of the person, as well as ideas of the gifts that have been wished for. While recipients were asked to list what they’d like as gifts, you aren’t required to get all of the gift ideas. The program’s main goal is to make sure that all recipients have at least one present to open for the holidays.

Unwrapped gifts with the tag secured to the gift with tape can be dropped off at the HUB Atrium at the Angel Tree table from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on December 2 and 3, 2019. Gifts can also be dropped off in Pratt Hall 302 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on December 2, and from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on December 3. If you or your organizations are interested in assisting with the Angels’ Wings, please contact Brianna Faber at shfw@iup.edu or Angela Martinelli at martinel@iup.edu, 302 Pratt Hall, 724-357-2235.

Rock and Mineral Sale

Weyandt Hall, Planetarium Auditorium

Geoscience Department

The Geological Society of IUP annual Rock and Mineral Sale will be held November 18–22, 2019, in the Weyandt Hall Planetarium Lobby.

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Spowls Hall

The Lively Arts

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity.

The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Healthy Relationships Volunteer Training

HUB Monongahela Room

Haven Project Events

Help the people you care about!

Come learn how you can spread awareness on campus about healthy relationships by helping the Haven Project staff tables.   

Pizza will be provided. Attendance vouchers are available upon request.

We will have fun stress reducing activities and events throughout the week promoting student self-care and mental health as you prepare for finals.  

Known for her representation as Brendan Dassey’s lawyer in the Netflix series Making a Murderer and Damien Echols of the notorious West Memphis Three case, Laura Nirider is the co-director of the Center on Wrongful Convictions. Nearly a quarter of all wrongful convictions involve individuals who falsely confessed to crimes they didn’t commit.

Nirider introduces her audience to this fascinating psychological phenomenon and uses stories of real-life murder interrogations to explain how commonly used interrogation tactics can cause not only the guilty, but also the  innocent, to confess. She blows up common myths about the justice system and explains why children are particularly likely to falsely confess to crimes they didn’t commit. Along the way, she will share her inspirational personal story of professional dream-chasing.

Building Bridges ImageJoin us for a biweekly discussion open to all members of the IUP community.

Our goal is to address hate and strengthen our campus community.

Faculty Recital: Therese Wacker and Kevin Eisensmith

Gorell Recital Hall, 2nd Floor Sutton Hall

The Lively Arts

Faculty recital featuring the world premiere of Daniel Dorff’s “Ballade for Alto Flute, Flugelhorn, and Piano.”

Free admission.

Open Mic Night

HUB Ohio Room

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Office

Open Mic Night presented by BACCHUS.

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Rock and Mineral Sale

Weyandt Hall, Planetarium Auditorium

Geoscience Department

The Geological Society of IUP annual Rock and Mineral Sale will be held November 18–22, 2019, in the Weyandt Hall Planetarium Lobby.

Angels’ Wings is a holiday gift-giving program created to provide gifts for more than 2,000 children, elderly, and physically/mentally challenged people in the Indiana area. The program is coordinated at IUP by the Office of Service Learning.  

Tags can be picked up in several campus buildings November 18–22, 2019—just look for the evergreen tree and select a tag! By selecting a tag from the angel tree, you can help provide holiday gifts to children or adults in our community who otherwise wouldn’t receive one. Often, the adults who receive the gifts are disabled, veterans, or elderly. The tag will indicate the age and gender of the person, as well as ideas of the gifts that have been wished for. While recipients were asked to list what they’d like as gifts, you aren’t required to get all of the gift ideas. The program’s main goal is to make sure that all recipients have at least one present to open for the holidays.

Unwrapped gifts with the tag secured to the gift with tape can be dropped off at the HUB Atrium at the Angel Tree table from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on December 2 and 3, 2019. Gifts can also be dropped off in Pratt Hall 302 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on December 2, and from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on December 3. If you or your organizations are interested in assisting with the Angels’ Wings, please contact Brianna Faber at shfw@iup.edu or Angela Martinelli at martinel@iup.edu, 302 Pratt Hall, 724-357-2235.

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Spowls Hall

The Lively Arts

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity.

The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Recital: IUP Trumpet Studio

Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall

The Lively Arts

This recital is presented by members of the IUP Trumpet Studio.  Students from freshman to senior will perform solos with piano accompaniment and works for two and three trumpets. 

Free Admission.

Business Seminar: The First Step

Eberly College of Business and Information Technology, Suite 108

Eberly College of Business and Information Technology

Have you always had a dream to start your own business but didn’t know where to start?

This workshop will help aspiring entrepreneurs to begin the process of successful business ownership including evaluating business ideas, developing a business plan, and exploring financing options. The cost is $15, but the fee is waived for veterans and the unemployed.

For more information, call 724-357-7915 or email iup-sbdc@iup.edu. To register, visit the IUP Small Business Development Center Seminars online store.

Recital: IUP Trumpet Ensemble

Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall

The Lively Arts

This is the annual fall performance of the IUP Trumpet Ensemble.  The 15-member ensemble will perform original and arranged works for groups ranging from 3 to 15 trumpets.  The IUP Trumpet Ensemble is conducted by Dr. Kevin Eisensmith.  This recital is free and open to the public. 

Free Admission.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Thanksgiving Break Buses 2019The last day to purchase Thanksgiving Break bus tickets will be on Wednesday, November 20, at the KCAC Box Office. Sponsored by the Student Cooperative Association and STATIC, break buses will again travel to Harrisburg, Allentown, King of Prussia, and Philadelphia. The cost is $90 to $95, depending on the student’s final destination.

Buses will depart from the HUB Parking Lot, near the entrance to the HUB Fitness Center, on Friday, November 22, at 3:00 p.m. Buses will return to IUP on Sunday, December 1, at the times indicated on the individual bus information sheets.

Tickets go on sale on Monday, October 14, at 10:00 a.m. and are available in person at the KCAC Box Office until Wednesday, November 20, or until all tickets are sold. Students should purchase their tickets early, since break bus tickets usually sell out!

For more information, visit the KCAC Box Office in person or the Co-op's Break Bus website.

Angels’ Wings is a holiday gift-giving program created to provide gifts for more than 2,000 children, elderly, and physically/mentally challenged people in the Indiana area. The program is coordinated at IUP by the Office of Service Learning.  

Tags can be picked up in several campus buildings November 18–22, 2019—just look for the evergreen tree and select a tag! By selecting a tag from the angel tree, you can help provide holiday gifts to children or adults in our community who otherwise wouldn’t receive one. Often, the adults who receive the gifts are disabled, veterans, or elderly. The tag will indicate the age and gender of the person, as well as ideas of the gifts that have been wished for. While recipients were asked to list what they’d like as gifts, you aren’t required to get all of the gift ideas. The program’s main goal is to make sure that all recipients have at least one present to open for the holidays.

Unwrapped gifts with the tag secured to the gift with tape can be dropped off at the HUB Atrium at the Angel Tree table from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on December 2 and 3, 2019. Gifts can also be dropped off in Pratt Hall 302 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on December 2, and from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on December 3. If you or your organizations are interested in assisting with the Angels’ Wings, please contact Brianna Faber at shfw@iup.edu or Angela Martinelli at martinel@iup.edu, 302 Pratt Hall, 724-357-2235.

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Spowls Hall

The Lively Arts

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity.

The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

It’s On Us IUP Table

Humanities and Social Sciences Building Lobby

Haven Project Events

Did you know that women ages 18–24 who are college students are three times more likely than women in general to experience sexual violence. - RAINN.org

Stop by our table and learn more about the It’s On Us national campaign that encourages all of us to be better bystanders, teaches us about power-based violence, and sexual violence prevention. Learn what resources are available at IUP for victims of violence and how you can offer support to survivors.

Koru Mindfulness Class - Class 4

G18 Suites on Maple East

Health and Well-Being Events

Koru Mindfulness Class - Class 4

Victims and Survivors are encouraged to come and design a t-shirt that will be anonymously displayed as part of the Haven Project's Take Back the Night to raise awareness of sexual violence and domestic violence, along with show support for victims and survivors of those violent crimes. 

This workshop is only for victims and survivors of sexual violence or domestic violence.  It is anonymous (no names need to be given) and all materials will be provided.

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Angels’ Wings is a holiday gift-giving program created to provide gifts for more than 2,000 children, elderly, and physically/mentally challenged people in the Indiana area. The program is coordinated at IUP by the Office of Service Learning.  

Tags can be picked up in several campus buildings November 18–22, 2019—just look for the evergreen tree and select a tag! By selecting a tag from the angel tree, you can help provide holiday gifts to children or adults in our community who otherwise wouldn’t receive one. Often, the adults who receive the gifts are disabled, veterans, or elderly. The tag will indicate the age and gender of the person, as well as ideas of the gifts that have been wished for. While recipients were asked to list what they’d like as gifts, you aren’t required to get all of the gift ideas. The program’s main goal is to make sure that all recipients have at least one present to open for the holidays.

Unwrapped gifts with the tag secured to the gift with tape can be dropped off at the HUB Atrium at the Angel Tree table from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on December 2 and 3, 2019. Gifts can also be dropped off in Pratt Hall 302 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on December 2, and from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on December 3. If you or your organizations are interested in assisting with the Angels’ Wings, please contact Brianna Faber at shfw@iup.edu or Angela Martinelli at martinel@iup.edu, 302 Pratt Hall, 724-357-2235.

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Spowls Hall

The Lively Arts

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity.

The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Just Paws Therapy Dogs

G60 Suites on Maple East

Health Education and Advocacy

The Just Paws Therapy Dogs will be on campus in Room G60 Suites on Maple East today.  Come visit with your canine friends.

Be sure to get your Pup Bucks when you attend this event. Earn Pup Bucks every time you attend a Health and Wellness Promotion event. 

Pup Bucks add up and you can select a gift for certain amounts: $150 Pup Bucks = Keurig, $125 Pup Bucks = Ear Buds/Speaker, $100 Pup Bucks = Thick Blanket, $75 Pup Bucks = Fleece Blanket, Lesser amounts of Pup Bucks = T-shirts, Pens, Cups, etc.

Pup Bucks must be cashed in before December 6, 2019.

End of the semester getting you down? Is your mind overwhelmed by projects, papers, and prepping for exams? Stop by the Great Room in Elkin Hall on Thursday, November 21, to enjoy a restorative cup of tea and engaging conversation! Come try Arabic tea and dates while resting your brain. 

Unsure about trying a new culture’s traditional tea? Bring some of your own to drink and share!

Theater: “Rent”

Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center

The Lively Arts

In 1996, an original rock musical by a little-known composer opened on Broadway and forever changed the landscape of American theater. Two decades later, Jonathan Larson’s Rent continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world. And now, this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning masterpiece returns to the stage in a vibrant 20th anniversary touring production.

A re-imagining of Puccini’s La Bohème, Rent follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams without selling out. With its inspiring message of joy and hope in the face of fear, this timeless celebration of friendship and creativity reminds us to measure our lives with the only thing that truly matters love.

Get tickets here.

More information about this event.

Recital: IUP Percussion Ensemble featuring Joe McCarthy

Gorell Recital Hall, Second Floor Sutton Hall

The Lively Arts

This program will feature a variety of contemporary Percussion Ensemble pieces and the IUP Steel Band.

Joe McCarthy has led a diverse career as drummer/percussionist, bandleader, producer, and educator in a myriad of settings from symphony orchestra to bebop, big band, afro cuban, theater, and beyond. He is the founder, leader, producer, and drummer of Afro Bop Alliance Big Band, winner of the 2008 Latin Grammy for Latin Jazz Album of the Year.

Joe recently completed a 20-year tour as chief petty officer with the United States Naval Academy Band, where he served as principal percussionist with the wind ensemble and chief in charge/drummer of the Next Wave Jazz Ensemble, one of the Navy’s two premier big bands. He proudly endorses Zildjian, Yamaha, Remo, Latin Percussion, and Vic Firth, featuring the Joe McCarthy signature drumstick.

Free Admission.

Friday, November 22, 2019

Exhibit: The Longing Ritual

Kipp Gallery, First Floor Spowls Hall

The Lively Arts

Throughout his career, the concept of synthesis has been central to Turri’s work. The source material for “The Longing Ritual” series is culled from cyclical rituals: walking through Frick Park, the Homewood Cemetery, the neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, and Point Breeze where he often records (through photography) the memorable visual moments that he experiences with regularity.

The paintings are not traditional landscape paintings; the work is meant to reflect the ever-pervasive presence of the screen and the digital device and its intrusion on the ability for real experience.

Angels’ Wings is a holiday gift-giving program created to provide gifts for more than 2,000 children, elderly, and physically/mentally challenged people in the Indiana area. The program is coordinated at IUP by the Office of Service Learning.  

Tags can be picked up in several campus buildings November 18–22, 2019—just look for the evergreen tree and select a tag! By selecting a tag from the angel tree, you can help provide holiday gifts to children or adults in our community who otherwise wouldn’t receive one. Often, the adults who receive the gifts are disabled, veterans, or elderly. The tag will indicate the age and gender of the person, as well as ideas of the gifts that have been wished for. While recipients were asked to list what they’d like as gifts, you aren’t required to get all of the gift ideas. The program’s main goal is to make sure that all recipients have at least one present to open for the holidays.

Unwrapped gifts with the tag secured to the gift with tape can be dropped off at the HUB Atrium at the Angel Tree table from 11:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on December 2 and 3, 2019. Gifts can also be dropped off in Pratt Hall 302 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on December 2, and from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on December 3. If you or your organizations are interested in assisting with the Angels’ Wings, please contact Brianna Faber at shfw@iup.edu or Angela Martinelli at martinel@iup.edu, 302 Pratt Hall, 724-357-2235.

Thanksgiving Break Buses Depart

HUB Parking Lot

Student Cooperative

Thanksgiving Break Buses 2019Thanksgiving Break Buses depart on Friday, November 22, at 3:00 p.m., from the HUB Parking Lot. Sponsored by the Student Cooperative Association and STATIC, break buses will again travel to Harrisburg, Allentown, King of Prussia, and Philadelphia. The cost is $90 to $95, depending on the student’s final destination.

Buses will depart from the HUB Parking Lot, near the entrance to the HUB Fitness Center, on Friday, November 22, at 3:00 p.m. Buses will return to IUP on Sunday, December 1, at the times indicated on the individual bus information sheets.

Tickets go on sale on Monday, October 14, at 10:00 a.m. and are available in person at the KCAC Box Office until Wednesday, November 20, or until all tickets are sold. Students should purchase their tickets early, since break bus tickets usually sell out!

For more information, visit the KCAC Box Office in person or the Co-op's Break Bus website.

Saturday, November 23, 2019

Men's Basketball vs. Bloomsburg

Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex

Hawk’s Nest

Women's Basketball vs. Bloomsburg (Banner Reveal-Ring Ceremony)

Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex

Hawk’s Nest

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Men's Basketball vs. East Stroudsburg

Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex

Hawk’s Nest

Women's Basketball vs. East Stroudsburg

Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex

Hawk’s Nest

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