Monthly Archives: May 2015

Bipolar and a baccalaureate

A Civic Project story By Andrew Milliken INDIANA — Kaitlyn P. McGilvray was 13 when she was diagnosed as clinically depressed. Since then, she has seen her diagnosis change to Bipolar II Disorder (aka, manic depression), been prescribed daily anxiety … Continue reading

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CrimsonConnect: SGA boondoggle?

An opinion By Kaley Toy On April 28, sophomore Vincent J. Lopez and freshman Tyron M. Snead were sworn in as Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Student Government Association president and vice president, respectively. During the campaign, Lopez announced a priority … Continue reading

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FADE, Faders and IUP (cont’d.)

An Opinion By Emily Weber Adam Harring’s March 25 article in The HawkEye detailing how Indiana University of Pennsylvania students used the anonymous social media app Yik Yak during this year’s IUPatty’s celebration was an excellent snapshot of how anonymous … Continue reading

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