Screening for a Cause, Francophile Brings the Culture
Screening for a Cause, Francophile Brings the Culture
Learn about a film screening that benefits students; meet a member of the Foreign Languages faculty; and more
View of a brick building with a concrete entrance at left along a wide sidewalk that passes in front of a few other buildings obscured by trees and that stops in front of a large, old-fashioned brick building with a bell tower at the far end. The buildings have short grassy lawns and lamp posts in front of them, and there is more grass and trees across the sidewalk.
When Carl S. Weyandt Hall opened in 1966, it was a top science facility—the Kopchick Hall of its time. Learn more about the building, now in its final months of use, and about the man for whom it’s named in this story from the Fall 2023 edition of IUP Magazine.
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Old-fashioned movie theater sign with “Indiana” in lights at the top on both sides of the V-shaped marquee shows “Halloweentown” as the feature.
Students in the Office of Annual Giving will screen the movie Halloweentown to benefit the IUP Food Pantry and Help Center and the Crimson Closet, a source of business clothing. Bring donations to the show, Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at the Indiana Theater along Philadelphia Street. See what to donate.
Charles McCreary poses on a small metal bridge that goes over a stream. Flowers are to his right, and old-fashioned buildings are behind him, along the stream. A red wood-grain graphic is on either side of the photo.
A faculty member in the Department of Foreign Languages, Charles McCreary began studying French when he was 12. Today, he uses that knowledge to share cultures from other countries. Learn about him in this installment of Meet Our Faculty.
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