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Student leaders, faculty members recognized

Brooke Regier, Staff Writer

Leaders from student organizations were recognized at the annual Student Recognition Banquet on April 7 in the DSSAC on the Westville campus. Caitlyn Swan, sophomore elementary and special education major and president...

April 18, 2017No Comments

Students take two awards in NASA challenge

Leah Medema, Staff Writer

Two teams from PNW competed in the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge in Huntsville, Alabama on March 31 and April 1. The teams designed, built, tested and raced human powered rovers for the competition and won two awards:...

April 18, 2017No Comments

New opportunities arise for digital manufacturing technologists due to grant

Ronny Bonnell, Staff Writer

PNW recently received an $881,425 grant from the National Science Foundation to support Project MANEUVER, Manufacturing Education Using Virtual Environment Resources, by providing training for digital manufacturing technologists...

April 18, 2017No Comments

Charlotte R. Riley Child Center to close: Faculty members express concern over lack of transparency in Riley Center closing

Charlotte R. Riley Child Center to close: Faculty members express concern over lack of transparency in Riley Center closing

Jacob Yothment, Editor-in-Chief (print)

The PNW administration recently announced that the Charlotte R. Riley Child Center would be closing after 25 years of nationally accredited service to the Hammond community. The announcement was made on April 7. The center...

April 18, 2017No Comments

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Arts & Leisure

Student spotlight: Sarah Maddox

Kurt Urbanski, Staff Writer

Sarah Maddox, senior communications major, is a student, leader and role model, and she is making the most of her experience at PNW. Maddox graduated from New Prairie High School and transferred to...

April 19, 2017No Comments

Alumna puts on production of professor’s play

Amanda Lopez, Arts & Leisure Editor

The play “Ceviche en Pittsburgh,” written by Jose Castro-Urioste, professor of Spanish, is being produced by Summer Coronado, Spring semester 2000 graduate of Spanish international studies. Coronado...

April 18, 2017No Comments

Mainstage musical with man-eating plant set to open

Mainstage musical with man-eating plant set to open

April 18, 2017

Art Tour Adventure

April 11, 2017

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Sports

PNW softball splits doubleheader

Cameron Tyler Page, Sports Writer

The PNW softball team split a doubleheader against Trinity International University on April 11. In the first game, the Pride fell 6-7 in extra innings. In the second game, the Pride won 6-0. The team improved to a 17-16-1...

April 18, 2017No Comments

Kicking and swinging: Cunha competes in both tennis and soccer

Kicking and swinging: Cunha competes in both tennis and soccer

Josh Bertossi, Sports Writer

Murilo Cunha, junior engineering major, balances being both a soccer and tennis player while working toward his engineering degree. Originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil, Cunha has spent the last three years living at PNW....

April 18, 2017No Comments

Women’s golf competes during first spring season

Sungdo Im, Sports Writer

PNW women’s golf participated in the UPike Invite on March 4 and 5. The UPike Invite was hosted by University of Pikeville at Stone Crest Golf Course in Prestonsburg, Kentucky. Randy Wexter, head coach, said the team...

April 4, 2017No Comments

Compete for Charity: Alpha Psi Lambda and Phi Xi Psi face off in volleyball match

Compete for Charity: Alpha Psi Lambda and Phi Xi Psi face off in volleyball match

April 4, 2017

Tennis teams prepare for spring

March 20, 2017

PNW baseball starts spring season

PNW baseball starts spring season

March 7, 2017

Fitness and Recreation Center offers new group fitness classes

March 7, 2017

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