Year in Photos, Ambassadors’ Gift
Year in Photos, Ambassadors’ Gift
Recap some of 2023’s brightest moments in these photos; learn about the IUP Ambassadors’ latest gift to students; and more
The two young people who are the focus of the photo are wearing graduation caps and gowns, are seated, and are holding cell phones. The female student at right holds up her phone in her right hand as if taking a photo of the crowd. Several other young people wearing graduation caps and gowns are visible behind the two in a large, arena-type setting.
Saturday’s commencement ceremonies celebrated more than 520 new graduates. Check out photos by IUP’s Brian Henry from both the graduate and the undergraduate ceremonies. Find video recordings of the ceremonies on the commencement website.
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A group of nine young people sits casually on blankets in the grass and poses for the photo, one person making heart hands, with several other young people sitting on blankets in the grass around and behind them. Some buildings and trees can be seen in the background.
Another year at IUP is almost behind us. Look back at some of the memorable moments in student life, academics, athletics, research, relaxation, and more in this gallery of photos.
Two young people wearing red shirts that read, “IUP Ambassadors,” stand on either side of a man in a suit. They all smile as they pose for the photo and hold canned food.
After taking first prize in the Homecoming parade’s float competition, the IUP Ambassadors decided to donate their winnings to a cause that helps scores of students. Learn more about the Ambassadors student group and its latest philanthropic effort.
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