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Enrollment for Fall 2017

Enrollment for Fall 2017

Amanda Biro, News Editor

Enrollment on both campuses decreased by 4.4 percent in general fund credits for Fall 2017. Administrators are currently looking for ways to increase enrollment. PNW has 1,125 freshmen for this year, but had 1,301 freshmen las...

September 18, 2017No Comments

PNW names new chief of staff

PNW names new chief of staff

Ronny Bonnell, Staff Writer

PNW recently announced Richard Rupp, associate professor of political science, chief of staff in the office of Chancellor Thomas L. Keon. Rupp has been a faculty member for 18 years. He has experience as a longtime fa...

September 18, 2017No Comments

TV co-host opened the 64th Sinai Forum

TV co-host opened the 64th Sinai Forum

Richard Chambers, Staff Writer

TV co-host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough, opened the 64th season of the Sinai Forum to a full house, discussing political issues and his political experience on Sept. 10 at the Westville campus. Before be...

September 18, 2017No Comments

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In Brief

SGA wants students to donate to hurricane relief

Amanda Biro, News Editor

SGA is collecting signatures from students in SULB and encouraging students to donate to Salvation Army after the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey. Daquan Williams, SG...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Students will be charged for additional printing

Amanda Biro, News Editor

PaperCut has been fully implemented as the new print management system for this fall semester. The system charges students for any additional printing. Students will automatically...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Getting funky at Homecoming Extravaganza

September 18, 2017

Annual Fall Sports Festival celebrates second year

September 13, 2017

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Arts & Leisure

Enthusiastic professor enriches education

Enthusiastic professor enriches education

Donovon Barrier, Staff Writer

David Pratt, associate professor of education, knew he wanted to teach when he graduated college but coming to PNW is where he found his home. Pratt received his doctoral degree from the University of Califo...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Confidence shapes a communicator’s voice

Confidence shapes a communicator’s voice

Karina Jimenez, Arts and Leisure Editor

By studying communication, Rhonda Nemri, new adviser for the communication and creative arts department, found her voice. Nemri loved how her graduate studies pushed her to speak in the classroom wi...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Executive director of housing helps PNW feel like home

Executive director of housing helps PNW feel like home

Leah Medema, Staff Writer

 Scott Iverson, executive director of Housing, has been the executive director for six years and oversees housing operations for 750 PNW students living on campus. Iverson, who has been involved in college housing ...

September 3, 2017No Comments

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Sports

Passes for purchase

Amanda Lopez, Editor-In-Chief

PNW athletics is now offering 2017-18 season passes to fans. The general All-Sports Package costs $50 and includes two all-sport adult tickets. Rob Huizenga, assistant athletic director, said with the transition to Division II,...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Cross country takes major wins at home, places lower away

Amanda Lopez, Editor-In-Chief

The PNW Fall 5K Classic featured Jennifer Crague, freshman, taking first place with a time of 20:35 on Sept. 8. The win contributed to the team taking first place overall with a total of 26 points for their second meet in...

September 18, 2017No Comments

Tennis preview: PNW Tennis looks continue success

Tennis preview: PNW Tennis looks continue success

Cameron Page, Staff Writer

The men and women’s tennis teams look forward to competing in Division II and expanding on last year’s success this season. They continue under second-year head coach Lucian Tabic. The men’s tennis team finished wi...

September 8, 2017No Comments

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