Commencement Preview, Rugby National Title, Alumna Astronaut
Commencement Preview, Rugby National Title, Alumna Astronaut
More than 500 will graduate in Saturday ceremonies; Men’s Rugby brings home another national title; late alumna astronaut remembered with spacecraft naming; and more
Three images side by side, from left, of a young woman holding a head of iceberg lettuce to her mouth, a young man with a surprised expression wearing a crown and holding a bowl with a head of lettuce in front of him, and a young man eating part of a head of lettuce with his hands with the rest on a paper plate in front of him
The newly formed Lettuce Eating Club held its first competition—seeing who could devour a head of lettuce the fastest—last week in the HUB. Find photos from the contest, see who was crowned Head Lettuce, learn iceberg-eating strategies, and more.
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In the foreground, a young woman and young man turn slightly behind as they clap, sitting amid a crowd of people wearing caps and gowns during a graduation ceremony.
IUP will honor more than 500 graduating students at Saturday’s graduate and undergraduate commencement ceremonies at the Kovalchick Complex. Find all the details, including how to watch online and who’s speaking, singing, graduating with a 4.0 GPA, and more.
People wearing bright blue flight suits float in the air within a white, tube-like structure. Patricia Hilliard Robertson smiles as she floats in front, with her arms spread in front of her.
Aerospace company Northrop Grumman has named a Cygnus spacecraft after the late Patricia Hilliard Robertson, a 1985 IUP graduate, medical doctor, and NASA astronaut. Learn more about Robertson, who died in 2001, a year before she was to fly to the International Space Station.
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