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Above: l ' t e happiness is apparent as three Big Indi ans congratulate each other on a great play. Righ, Associate Director ol Athletics Ruth Podbielski takes ' in a sollball game. Far above right: Who says study- ing and sun don ' t mix? Far below right: The steps of Leonard Hall are crowded with students on a bright fall day. •!7dge
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JL i any alumni o£ lUP returned to the campus this year, they may have been surprised by changes that have occurred. The Student Union, now called the HUB (S. Trevor Hadley Union Building) had finally been completed. The modern facility has several study areas, a multi-purpose room, an lUP mem- orabilia shop and an attached recreation center. The Co-op Bookstore, the bank, the information desk and Roy Rogers also remained in the build- ing along with student offices. Also completed this year w as Sally B. Johnson Hall, which opened for classes in the 1 986 Spring semester. The building houses the safety management and nursing departments and a portion of lUP ' s computer facilities. - Cynthia Carmickle Reaching For A New Image
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ere at lUP, both sports and academics were reaching for a new image. The 1986 Big Indian football team thrilled fans with an 8-2-1 record. They captured the PSAC Western title for the first time since 1 965. The women ' s cross country team also brought honors to lUPas they captured third place at the NCAA Division II National meet; making every team member an All American. Other lUP teams improved as coaches and ath- letes worked hard to improve their records. lUP grew academically as well. In the fall, lUP celebrated 20 years as a university. lUP was chosen as one of the 221 colleges and universities to appear in " The Best Buys in Col- lege Education " , a New York Times publication by Edward B. Fiske. lUP has approximately 12,000 undergraduate students and ranks fifth in the state in under- graduate enrollment. Whether academics or sports, lUP is always striving for improvement. ' nthia Carmickl Re,i nq For A New
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