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Organized by a pair of Indiana County teenagers, a Black Lives Matter protest took place in downtown Indiana on Wednesday, June 3, during which demonstrators peacefully marched down the Philadelphia Street sidewalks side-by-side with the borough’s police chief.

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IUP international and Asian studies sophomore Khala Vines has been selected for the 2020 National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Scholarship and will study abroad in South Korea for the 2020-21 academic school year. 

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On April 17, delegates elected IUP’s criminology department chair Dr. Jamie Martin president of the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF). 

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Worrying about getting the help you need is not something you should be stressing about during a pandemic. IUP offers many tutoring services that will be continuing to be held via Zoom for the remainder of the spring semester. 

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The Elephant in the Room series normally holds in-person workshops that shine light on “conversation and action for diversity, equity and inclusion in the classroom and beyond,” according to its website, but program organizers are now looking at different ways to connect with students and fa…

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