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Changes to cost set for 2018

Changes to cost set for 2018

Amanda Biro, News Editor

October 16, 2017No Comments

Out-of-state tuition rates will be lowered to 1.5 times the in-state tuition rate for non-resident students, effective immediately in fall 2018 to solve the $3 million budget deficit. The Board of Trustees approved the new ra...

PNW replaces bus vendor for shuttle system

PNW replaces bus vendor for shuttle system

Amanda Biro, News Editor

October 16, 2017No Comments

PNW replaced US Coachways with Chicagoland Transportation as the new bus vendor for the inter-campus shuttle system due to concerns about US Coachways from students, faculty and staff. Brian Miller, director of Public Safety, sai...

PNW ranked in best regional universities

PNW ranked in best regional universities

Amanda Biro, News Editor

October 2, 2017No Comments

PNW has been ranked among the best regional universities in the U.S. News & World Report best colleges rankings on Sept. 26. The College of Engineering has been ranked No. 26 for the Best Engineering Programs in engineering...

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In Brief

Construction delayed near the Westville campus

Amanda Biro, News Editor

October 16, 2017No Comments

According to an email sent out by Patricia Nowak, chief of police, on Oct. 5, the Indiana Department of Transportation predicted that it would take thirty days to complete...

Campus police warn students about theft from vehicles

Amanda Biro, News Editor

October 16, 2017No Comments

Campus police are warning students to protect their cars after three reports of theft from motor vehicles were made at the Hammond campus on Oct. 5. All thefts occurred...

Gene Haas Foundation awards $15,000 in scholarships

October 16, 2017

#YouAreWelcomeHere at PNW

October 2, 2017

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Arts & Leisure

Mayan art procession displays forgotten Latino culture

Mayan art procession displays forgotten Latino culture

Hector Cabrera, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017No Comments

The Mayan Procession art reception honored the endangered indigenous Mayan groups of Guatemala on Oct. 5 and Oct. 12. The art was by Winifred Godfrey. Kenneth Kincaid, associate professor of histo...

Internationally experienced professor provides guidance on a local level

Hector Cabrera, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017No Comments

Meg Rincker, professor of political science, uses her passions and experiences to motivate and teach others. As a teacher of internal relations, comparative politics, and European and Russian politics, Ri...

Honoring heritage in history

Honoring heritage in history

Donavan Barrier, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017No Comments

James Pula, professor of history, was awarded the 2017 PNW Faculty Research Award. Pula has been at PNW since 2004. Born in upstate New York, Pula grew up in a diverse household. “My mother’s family cam...

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Sports

Quiet runner making noise

Cameron Page, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017No Comments

Adam Joseph, freshman runner for the PNW men’s cross-country team, has been passionate about running since grade school. Joseph led the team’s first meet by placing 20th overall out of 113 runners at the USF Twili...

Sophomore overtakes old record

Amanda Lopez, Editor-In-Chief

October 2, 2017No Comments

Lauren Bailey, sophomore women’s golf player, set a new school record with a score of 78 during the opening round of the Saginaw Valley State University Fall Invitational on Sept. 23. Bailey, who set the previous record of 79 la...

Goalkeeper makes PNW history

Goalkeeper makes PNW history

Cameron Page, Staff Writer

October 2, 2017No Comments

Miguel David, senior goalkeeper, was awarded the GLIAC Men’s Soccer Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 11 for recording two shutouts and finishing a double overtime game with five saves. David has become the first athl...

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