Returning to the Court, Staying Safe at Events
Returning to the Court, Staying Safe at Events
Recent graduate returns to give men’s basketball a lift; community group gives advice on staying safe at events; and more
A young man kneeling on an arena floor holds up a camera with a long lens to take a photo
Coming to IUP has helped student photographer Cam Horning figure out a path to a career in sports. Learn more about him in this multimedia story, “Focusing on His Future,” and see highlights of his work documenting the seasons of the Crimson Hawks.
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Player wearing a white number-4 jersey holds a basketball while in action with superimposed words, “A Bond beyond Basketball: Bryce Radford”
Bryce Radford had retired from basketball and moved on with his life. But when he heard his former coach needed someone to give the men’s basketball team a lift, he came back to IUP—and set a school record. Check out a bond that goes well beyond basketball in this video.
A group of young people interact with each other and laugh as they stand outside a brick building with a white arrow painted on it.
Avoid being at a gathering or other event and feeling unsure of your safety. See these 12 tips from the Indiana Area Collaborative Team, also known as I-ACT, on what to watch for so you and your friends can stay safe this spring.
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