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March 11, 2020

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PNW recognizes student leaders, SGA announces election results

Amanda Lopez, Editor-in-Chief | April 9, 2019

The April 3 Student Recognition Banquet highlighted the achievements and standout leaders of PNW’s student organizations and departments. Chancellor Thomas Keon said he was pleased to see deserving students receive accolades...

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TRIO celebrates first-generation students

Dalin McCully, Staff Writer | March 4, 2019

Student Support Services, Upward Bound,  Ronald E. McNair, 21st Century Scholars Program and Educational Talent Search (also known as TRIO Student Support Services) celebrated first-generation students with several hundred...

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Homecoming Month

Tiffani Steinhagen, Staff Writer | February 18, 2019

After the polar vortex disrupted the Homecoming Week schedule, the Office of Alumni Relations changed the celebration to a monthlong schedule of activity. Removed from the cold and snowy conditions, the Homecoming Carnival...

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Pioneer Staff | March 11, 2020

Courtney Locke, hired as PNW head women’s basketball coach in April, has been named interim senior woman administrator, the highest-ranking female position at the school’s athletic department. The senior woman administrator designation is designed “to promote meaningful representation of women in the leadership and management of college sports,” according to the NCAA. Locke will serve in...

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Contreras is first PNW rep at NCAA

Tatiana Spak, Reporter | March 11, 2020

PNW’s own Ismael Contreras, a sophomore, is a defender on the men’s soccer team and a business analytics major. But he recently scored a new position off the field and it might just be his most important yet. He is the first PNW student athlete to represent the school at NCAA Division II student athlete governance meetings. Contreras is PNW’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Great...

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Tatiana Spak, Reporter | March 11, 2020

PNW’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) may be the most powerful campus organization you’ve never heard about. SAAC’s mission is to enhance the student athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting athlete welfare and fostering a positive student athlete image. The group influences NCAA procedures by offering input on rules, regulations and policies that affect student athletes...

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