Monthly Archives: March 2018

The First Amendment, white supremacy and IUP students

An opinion By David Loomis INDIANA — Power to the students. They are once again in the vanguard of social and political change. On Saturday, March 24, they were leading March for our Lives rallies at venues far-flung and near-by. … Continue reading

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IUP, police, partners prep for IUPatty’s ’18

  By Logan Hullinger INDIANA — Indiana University of Pennsylvania students who join annual IUPatty’s parties this weekend won’t notice much change in policing, according to local officials attending a strategy session on Monday at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic … Continue reading

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Gun-control debate comes to IUP

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA — Since Jan. 1, 14 school shootings have been recorded in the United States. Now, Indiana University of Pennsylvania groups are bringing a nationwide debate here. They agree: Action is needed. On Thursday, IUP College Democrats, … Continue reading

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