Taking Back the Night, Fostering Success, Sharing Sugar Art
Taking Back the Night, Fostering Success, Sharing Sugar Art
Join a virtual speak-out for survivors of sexual assault; learn about foster-care and independent student success and support; catch Culinary Arts chefs on TV; and more
a group of about 20 male students posing, some with fraternity letters on their shirts, all with masks, in the lobby of the Center for Multicultural Student Leadership and Engagement, with the lobby's

Interfraternity Council: More than Brotherhood

The governing organization for 10 IUP social fraternities, Interfraternity Council promotes community, leadership, service, networking, and more. Learn about the group this week in the Find Your People series.
Join Haven for a virtual speak-out to support survivors of sexual assault Wednesday at 5:00 p.m. on its website and social media channels. Group members will read stories submitted anonymously by survivors.
Students who have been in foster care or who are without parental support can learn about help available to them and hear stories of resilience from IUP’s Connections Team on Thursday at 5:00 p.m. in the HUB Ohio Room.
On Thursday at 4:00 p.m. on WTAJ in Altoona, chefs Lynn Pike and Hilary DeMane will talk about the academy, its Baking and Pastry Arts program, and sugar sculpture.
Recently named a Best Online Program by U.S. News & World Report, IUP’s online MS in Nursing, which prepares nurse educators and nurse administrators, is still accepting applications for fall.
The Parking and Transportation Services office has moved from University Towers to the Clark Hall lobby, creating a single stop for student financial and business support services.
Hear what Eberly students learned about leadership, social justice, conflict and confrontation, imposter syndrome, and more from the United Collegiate Women’s Leadership Virtual Conference in March.
The Counseling Center recognizes its PsyD students and their internship pairings on Match Day, the Residence Hall Association and STATIC hold Drag Queen Bingo tonight, and many other events are coming up—all detailed in this issue.
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