Making the Best 387, Leading the March, Remembering Flight 93
Making the Best 387, Leading the March, Remembering Flight 93
Best Colleges guidebook again features IUP; marching band gets interim director; 9/11 ceremony speaker shares his tie to Flight 93; and more
From left, professor Ivan Fortushniak and students Kaycee Morgan and Heaven Owens lean against a short protective wall with a large mural depicting sports scenes on the larger arena wall behind them

Art Students Paint Arena Mural

Under the direction of professor Ivan Fortushniak, Advanced Painting students from spring 2021 created a 45-foot mural for S&T Bank Arena in White Township. The mural shows a selection of the sports played at the complex.
For the 21st consecutive year, the Princeton Review has selected IUP for its Best Colleges guidebook. The 2022 book recognizes fewer than 15 percent of America’s four-year colleges. Selection is based on surveys of and interviews with students.
Nevin Saylor ’80, who taught in the Indiana Area School District for 30 years, has been appointed interim director of the IUP Marching Band. He led the marching band and many music ensembles at the high-school level.
Tim Lambert ’92—one of the speakers for IUP’s 9/11 remembrance ceremony, set for Friday at 11:40 a.m. in the Oak Grove—shares his family’s “small footnote in the story of Flight 93” in this essay, adapted from an NPR podcast.
President Michael Driscoll invites the IUP community to learn about actions that impact all sectors of the university during this meeting Thursday at 5:00 p.m. in the Kovalchick Complex’s PNC Room. 
Mail pickup and delivery will continue to take place at the IUP Post Office this fall for all departments and offices. See the post office hours and a list of the services available.
IT Services will conduct maintenance on the Banner system Saturday, September 18. Find out about service availability at that time.
On week one of National Preparedness Month, IUP Emergency Management gives advice on making a plan for you and your family in the event of an emergency.
Love basketball? Assist the women’s team with practices, uniforms and gear, shootarounds, and more as a student team manager. Students must be eligible for Federal Work Study or be interested in volunteering.
Find out your address and how to get your mail if you’re a student living on campus. Also, learn about other IUP Post Office services, including international mail.
Use the center to study, meet, get a snack, and more—seven days a week. Also, learn about the Meetup event on Friday nights.
The student chapter of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics will hold a meet and greet Friday at 6:00 p.m. in Stright Hall’s second floor lounge.
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