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PNW says fed COVID vaccine mandate won't harm school's research funding
Audrey Beck November 17, 2021

Universities nationwide are mandating COVID-19 vaccinations since President Joseph Biden ordered federal contractors to get the shot, but PNW...

Prof: Supply complications influence Black Friday plans
Arlandra Gilbert November 17, 2021

As Black Friday approaches, consumers overwhelmed by news that supply chain problems are making it hard for stores to get inventory wonder how...

Professor Young D. Choi takes his Environmental Science students on a field trip to
Carlson Oxbow Park in Hammond to talk about the history and characteristics of
its marsh.
Students show commitment to the environment by volunteering their time, effort on and off campus
Emily Kozina October 20, 2021

Though people have talked about climate change for decades, PNW students are doing something about it. From tree planting to water quality...

Institutional Advancement Staff; Stephanie Hamilton- Annual Giving Coordinator; Graciela Alcantar- Scholarship Coordinator; Mackenzie Covault- Donor Communications Coordinator
As more schools mandate shot, PNW says individuals should choose
Rahim Evans, Reporter • September 22, 2021

More than 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities have mandated COVID-19 vaccinations, but Purdue Northwest University is committed to leaving the...

Partisan politics take toll on family, says PNW profs
Partisan politics take toll on family, says PNW profs
Mason Crist, Reporter • February 12, 2021

Growing political division between parties is ruining relationships and spoiling family holidays.  “We are more polarized than we have...

After a tough 2020, New Year’s resolutions take on greater meaning
Marisa Gentry, Reporter • December 9, 2020

Most people cannot wait for 2020 to end. Students have struggled with COVID-19 protections, suspension of in-person classes, the rise of Zoom...

Kahleah Copper
PNW welcomes WNBA player as new women’s basketball assistant coach
Pioneer Staff December 9, 2020

Chicago Sky guard Kahleah Copper has been named the newest assistant coach for the women’s basketball program. Copper is a fifth-year WNBA...

Matt Dudzik, the assistant athletic director for intramurals and facilities, oversees the diverse intramurals program. Photo by Wesley Smith
Intramurals offer novel experiences
Wesley Smith, Reporter • November 18, 2020

From bubble soccer to combat archery, intramurals provide students an opportunity to show off their skills while scoring a few friends along...

Pride teams poised to pounce as conference approves the return of college athletics
Sports Information November 18, 2020

Pride athletic teams are poised to resume competition in January. The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletics Conference Council of Presidents...