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Homecoming 2014 Photo Gallery

Alumni of the Master of Education in Educational Psychology program attended the Crimson Huddle pregame party at the Kovalchick Complex on October 11. Front, from left: Chelsea Cavanaugh, Joshua Biss, Lindsey Miller. Back: Crystal Miller, Rebecca Braithwaite, Taylor Hurley-Rioux and guest Steven. All are from the Class of 2014. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Sigma Sigma Sigma was among the reunion groups at the Crimson Huddle. Front, from left: Aggie Klucinec Elwell ’63, June Riggle Stover ’62, Clyde Leri. Back: Dick Maser (husband of Peggy Frace Maser ’63), Louise Wozniak Barnes ’63, Marge Turley Nelson ’61. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Jake Weaver ’50 and Velma Brown Forsythe ’50 at the Crimson Huddle pregame party. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
The IUP Marching Band and cheerleaders performed at the Crimson Huddle pregame party. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Alpha Sigma Tau alumnae at the Crimson Huddle included, from left, Rhonda Shaulis Yahner ’89, Lisa Dupnock ’97, M’00, D’10, Beverly Singel Molnar ’84, and Diane Brown Pennington ’83. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Families lined the 600 block of Philadelphia Street for the Homecoming parade October 11. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Students watched the Homecoming parade in front of the Artists Hand gallery, on the 700 block of Philadelphia Street. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Representatives of Wallwork Hall, a residence hall that opened in 2009, walked in the Homecoming parade. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Representatives of Wallwork Hall, a residence hall that opened in 2009, walked in the Homecoming parade. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Board games were the theme of this year’s parade floats. “Clue” was created by Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Delta Theta, Phi Sigma Pi, and the Latino Student Organization. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
The crowd cheered as the Homecoming parade moved through the 600 block of Philadelphia Street. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Pi Lambda Phi, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Delta Phi Epsilon, and Phi Mu Delta collaborated on the first-place “Candyland” float. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
The 2014 Homecoming parade grand marshals were, from left, Ruth Riesenman, Barry Gasdek, and Anne Dieffenbach Johnson, all of the Class of 1964. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Children waited eagerly for candy to be thrown at the Homecoming parade. [Photo: Keith Boyer]
Cleaning up after the Homecoming parade were, from left, Alonna Cuffe, Alexis Davis, and Terry Ellerbe. [Photo: Keith Boyer]

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