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Demonstrators held up signs and broke into chants of “BlackLives Matter!” and “I Can’t Breathe!” at the intersection of North Fourthand Philadelphia Streets into the early evenin

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By The Penn’s estimates, around 150 demonstrators, mostly teenagers and young adults, took part in a peaceful Black Lives Matter march in downtown Indiana on June 3. After the march, a small group of 20-30 demonstrators (pictured above) returned to the starting point at Fourth and Philadelph…

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Friends and schoolmates in the Indiana Area School District, 15-year-old Amara Moore (top) and 14-year-oldBecca Niel (bottom left) organized a Black Lives Matter demonstration in downtown Indiana on June 3

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The IUP Major and Exploration Center along with the Student Government Association held a majors fair in the Hadley Union Building lobby, and Ohio Room on Thursday. During this time undecided students could “shop” the various

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The Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement and the Women and Gender Studies Department held a panel discussion on women and the professional environment Saturday. Hannah Watson (senior, sociology), left, at the podium organized the event. Sequoia Stauffer (senior, sociolo…

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Charles Cashdollar (right) speaks about suffragist and former faculty member Jane Leonard during the 100 Years of Suffrage presentation in Breezedale on Wednesday. The event covered Leonard’s life and career as well as IUP’s involvement in the women’s suffrage movement.

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STATIC (The Student Activity Committee) hosted the 32nd Annual Cookout Sunday outside the Hadley Union Building (HUB). Students were treated to free food and refreshments. There were also activities such as making tie-dye shirts and playing basketball and baseball. 

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STATIC (The Student Activity Committee) hosted the 32nd Annual Cookout Sunday outside the Hadley Union Building (HUB). Students were treated to free food and refreshments. There were also activities such as making tie-dye shirts and playing basketball and baseball. 

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STATIC (The Student Activity Committee) hosted the 32nd Annual Cookout Sunday outside the Hadley Union Building (HUB). Students were treated to free food and refreshments. There were also activities such as making tie-dye shirts and playing basketball and baseball.