Barbara Pierce Bush was remembered Saturday for the strength of character and wit that made her one of the most popular first ladies in U.S. history, as she was laid to rest by the political clan she built, including the husband and son she helped reach the presidency.
The Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team performed the world’s first transplant of a penis and scrotum on a wounded soldier.
Graduation is approaching, but it is not the only event at IUP that will honor seniors for their hard work and dedication.
The IUP softball team went 2-2, splitting a pair of doubleheaders over the weekend.
Following the four-game sweep of Clarion University, Slippery Rock University swept the IUP baseball team in four games over the weekend.
For the second time in two years and the second in the program’s history, the IUP tennis team returend from the PSAC Championships in Bloomsburg as Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) champions.
The Crimson Hawks competed in a trio of invitationals throughout the entirety of the week.
As people tend to do on the last day of the South by Southwest Music Conference, Caitlyn Smith was breathing easy.
DJ and music producer Avicii, whose popular EDM tracks became the soundtrack for clubs and college parties across the globe, was found dead on Friday. He was 28.
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