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Pioneer wins six statewide journalism awards
Pioneer Staff May 31, 2023

The Pioneer and its staff members won six awards in the 2023 Indiana Collegiate Press Association journalism competition. The awards were announced...

Even with three Wi-Fi options, PNW
students often struggle to connect.
Students weary of Wi-Fi woes, as is CSC team
Violet Doffin February 28, 2023

Something as simple as Wi-Fi, is not so simple for PNW students.  “I am constantly amazed that a college campus in 2023 does not have consistent...

Study abroad options return with four trips
Lexy Griswold February 1, 2023

After a two-year suspension, PNW Study Away is back. For the first time since the pandemic forced colleges around the world to suspend in-person...

Worst Group Project- Maya Dziepak
Graem Stickann December 8, 2022

Usually, students involved in group projects complain about the weakest member, but just muddle through.  Not Maya Dziepak. “There was...

My Worst Group Project- Nicolas Nellemann
My Worst Group Project- Nicolas Nellemann
Lexy Griswold December 8, 2022

Everyone has a group-project horror story. Nicolas Nellemann just experienced his.  Nellemann, a senior Finance major, had never had bad...

My Worst Group Project- Chantay Peoples
My Worst Group Project- Chantay Peoples
Pells Wyatt December 8, 2022

By Pells Wyatt Group projects are bad. Chantay Peoples thinks group projects done via Zoom are the worst. Under normal conditions, the...

SAAC works to improve lives of student athletes, surrounding community
Nina Stosic March 28, 2023

A group of athletes is working to make changes – off the court and playing field. PNW’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee, comprised...

Early exits by PNW and West Lafayette made this
March Madness heartbreaking for Purdue fans. (Pexel photo by Markus Spiske)
March Madness has been frustrating for Purdue fans as PNW, West Lafayette make early exits
Mikell Cooper March 28, 2023

Purdue fans looking for March Madness magic got their hearts broken as both PNW and Purdue-West Lafayette made early exits from their respective...

Senior Patricia Dizon says the tennis team’s focus on family builds a sense of team. (Photo by PNW Athletics)
Pride tennis attracts global talent to play in Northwest Indiana
Michael Dywan March 1, 2023

Purdue Northwest’s tennis is ready to begin its team seasons behind a passionate, new head coach and players from all corners of the globe. Roscoe...

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