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Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) Campus
Founded in 1875 as Indiana Normal School, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) is a liberal arts college with 14,000 students. The campus has suffered from a lack of planning, as is evident in the randomly placed brick buildings of the 1950s. The administration has initiated several projects to create clusters, or minicampuses, for each of the university's seven colleges. There are two fine buildings in the center of the campus. The oldest, Breezedale (1868; School Street between 7th and Oakland), was commissioned by local dry goods entrepreneur James Sutton as his home. The two-story red brick Italianate house features paired brackets, first-story bay windows, and stone corner quoins. Now an
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