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Pulitzer Prize winner speaks at Sinai Forum

Jason Finner, Staff Writer

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bret Stephens spoke to a packed house on Nov. 13 at the D-SSAC building on the Westville campus as part of the 63rd season of the Sinai Forum. Stephens won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for ...  Read More »

Dec 6 • No Comments

From campus to campus: PNW Intercampus transit system to begin

Amanda Biro, News Writer

PNW’s intercampus shuttle service launched on Nov. 28. With the use of a university ID, students, faculty and staff can access free transportation between the Hammond and Westville campuses. Two 24 passenger buses will...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

Executive director of admissions named

Executive director of admissions named

Amanda Lopez, Arts & Leisure Editor

The new executive director of admissions, Jeff Lochowicz, will be working to reorganize student orientation and onboarding. Carmen Panlilio, vice chancellor of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, said Lochowicz...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

EXL: “…Is it a fine program for PNW?”: PNW Faculty Senate Committee debates EXL program

Jacob Yothment, Editor-in-Chief (print)

The PNW Faculty Senate Committee has been working throughout the semester to create an experiential learning program to fit the needs of the students of both campuses. Currently, there is no deadline set for when the program...  Read More »

Nov 14 • No Comments

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Arts & Leisure

Student fights cancer, inspired to become child life specialist

Student fights cancer, inspired to become child life specialist

Alex Hunter, Staff Writer

In 2011, a 15-year-old Amanda Knight was diagnosed with leukemia and received treatment at the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. Knight is now in remission, and she’s a junior human development...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

Student’s dark past leads to hopeful future

Student’s dark past leads to hopeful future

Amanda Lopez, Arts & Leisure Editor

Riley Slegers always knew he was adopted but when he found out who his mom, he found out she was a crack cocaine-addicted prostitute. Slegers, a freshman political science major, said his father is...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

Honors College student shows leadership on, off campus

Honors College student shows leadership on, off campus

November 29, 2016

Freshmen lead cancer awareness organization

Freshmen lead cancer awareness organization

November 29, 2016

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Sports

Cordova Competes at NAIA Nationals

Hunter Saporiti, Sports Editor

Salvador Cordova, junior, placed 149th out of the 331 runners at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletic national cross-country meet. Cordova ran a time of 26:19 for the 8-kilometer race. Nicole Hartford,...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

Men’s soccer team loses first round of NAIA Nationals

Karina Jimenez, Sports Editor

The PNW men’s soccer season came to an end after the soccer team lost 3-1 against Davenport in the first round of the NAIA Nationals. Chris Rassel, junior midfielder, scored the men’s soccer team goal with a free kick...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

New development officer brings charisma to PNW

Hunter Saporiti, Sports Editor

PNW Athletics hired Brandon Swanson as its development officer on Oct. 10. Swanson graduated from Saint Xavier University in 2015 with a degree in mass communication and a concentration in sport broadcasting. Swanson...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

Leo voted as new PNW mascot

Leo voted as new PNW mascot

November 14, 2016

Hamilton Memorial Fall Frolic Run

Hamilton Memorial Fall Frolic Run

November 14, 2016

PNW’s first Homecoming Extravaganza

November 14, 2016

The Prides’ First Roar: Men’s Soccer qualifies for Nationals

November 14, 2016

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