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Speaker urges listeners to sympathize for refugees

Speaker urges listeners to sympathize for refugees

Richard Chambers, Staff Writer

During his presentation, “The Realities Behind the Syrian Refugee Crisis,” in Alumni Hall on Feb. 16, Shadi Martini, senior Syria adviser for the Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees and a native of Syria, urged listeners...  Read More »

Feb 21 • No Comments

Ready for St. Joseph: PNW establishes transfer scholarship for former St. Joseph’s students

Ready for St. Joseph: PNW establishes transfer scholarship for former St. Joseph’s students

Amanda Biro, Assistant News Editor

With the closure of Saint Joseph’s College due to financial difficulties, PNW has established a special transfer merit scholarship for St. Joseph students. St. Joseph requested for PNW to assist its students. Carmen...  Read More »

Feb 21 • No Comments

Campus Safety initiative planned for Westville

Campus Safety initiative planned for Westville

Kurt Urbanski, Staff Writer

The PNW Student Government Association is launching the Campus Safety Initiative to improve student safety by installing a crosswalk between Lot 2 and Lot 3 on the Westville campus. On Feb. 7, the SGA proposed the crosswalk by ...  Read More »

Feb 20 • No Comments

Dean named for Department of Engineering, Sciences

Dean named for Department of Engineering, Sciences

Ronny Bonnell, News Writer

PNW recently named Dr. Kenneth (Chris) Holford as the new Dean of the College of Engineering and Sciences. Holford was previously the Dean of the College of Science and Chair of the Department of Biology and Chemistry...  Read More »

Feb 9 • No Comments

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Arts & Leisure

Gianni a genuine German genius

Gianni a genuine German genius

Kathryn Walsh, Arts and Leisure writer

Anna Gianni, junior communication major, discovered her affinity for foreign languages at an early age. Initially, the 21-year-old was exposed to the basics of the German language due to her lineage....  Read More »

Feb 21 • No Comments

PNW choir auditions

PNW choir auditions

Photographer: Alicia Osborn

Feb 21 • No Comments

Scriptwriting class wins big

Scriptwriting class wins big

February 20, 2017

Schwingendorf pushes students to ‘strive high’

Schwingendorf pushes students to ‘strive high’

February 20, 2017

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Sports

The man behind intramurals

Joshua Bertossi, Sports Writer

Matt Dudzik, assistant athletic director for facilities and recreational sports, is the wizard behind the curtain that makes the magic of intramurals come to life for PNW students. Dudzik said increasing the amount of intramu...  Read More »

Feb 21 • No Comments

Hitting targets and shooting opponents: Intramurals new sport, combat archery

Hitting targets and shooting opponents: Intramurals new sport, combat archery

Joshua Bertossi, Sports Writer

PNW intramurals hosted combat archery at the Hammond campus on Feb. 16. Matt Dudzik said when he was asked to consider combat archery as an intramural, he had to do a little research. “It’s similar to paintball and ...  Read More »

Feb 21 • No Comments

Leo’s Late-Season Madness ends with taste of defeat, Domino’s pizza

Leo’s Late-Season Madness ends with taste of defeat, Domino’s pizza

Jacob Yothment, Editor-in-Chief

Leo’s Late-Season Madness ended with a win for the women’s basketball team and a loss for the men’s basketball team, keeping the men’s team below .500 for the season and putting the women’s team above .750. The...  Read More »

Feb 21 • No Comments

PNW men’s basketball finishes regular season, heads to postseason

PNW men’s basketball finishes regular season, heads to postseason

February 21, 2017

Intramurals hosts new sport: handball

Intramurals hosts new sport: handball

February 21, 2017

A seat at the table: faculty gain input on athletic decisions

February 7, 2017

Cassidy Deno, second person to pass 2,000 career points

Cassidy Deno, second person to pass 2,000 career points

February 7, 2017

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