Also: Work on Wikipedia, Tune In to STATIC, Make Room for Style
Also: Work on Wikipedia, Tune In to STATIC, Make Room for Style
Is Wikipedia working for women? What’s next in STATIC’s game-show lineup? Show how a room should look.
Aerial view of IUP Oak Grove

Restructuring: What You Need to Know

Many details about the restructuring of IUP academic colleges and programs are yet to do be determined. See a summary of what’s been decided so far in the plan called IUP NextGen.
President Michael Driscoll offers condolences on the death of Jaedyn Wright, a third-year communications media major from Rankin.
All IUP community members are invited to help improve Wikipedia’s coverage of women, the arts, and other under-represented topics during the fourth annual Edit-a-thon on Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Register to create a Wikipedia account and participate online.
Veronica Watson, Douglass Institute convener, has received funding for two State System-wide programs that aim to improve interactions between law enforcement and the Black community.
Theater-by-the-Grove will kick off its 2020–21 season with two live-streaming presentations of Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing, directed by Richard Kemp, Thursday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
Get details on these upcoming virtual events: IUP Masked Singer on Thursday and the Fall Fest with craft tutorials and a pumpkin-carving contest on Sunday.
The program’s current students, alumni, and others can get involved in the reaccreditation process during a public meeting Thursday, November 5, from 5:00 to 5:45 p.m. via Zoom.
In this issue: Hawl Crawl, Best Dressed Room, Haven Project events, and more.  
Join Health and Wellness Promotion on Thursday at 7:00 p.m. for Kahoot Trivia Night.
On-campus residents: Send a photo of your room and have a chance to win prizes. This year’s new category is “Fall Décor, Lighting, or Fandom.”
Student Assistance Fund
Help those facing financial hardship stay in school
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