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SGA focuses on safety

Amanda Biro, News Editor

November 27, 2017No Comments

The Student Government Association wants the university to require all incoming freshmen to watch a safety video on what to do if a mass shooting occurs. SGA unanimously passed the Active Shooter Video Requirement Act ...

Hunter Saporiti, Managing Editor

November 27, 2017No Comments

After a five year legal battle, Maurice Eisenstein, associate professor of political science, lost his case against Purdue University, Purdue University Calumet, Chancellor Thomas Keon and five fellow Purdue University C...

‘Red’ alert, fox spotted on campus

Amanda Lopez, Editor-In-Chief

November 27, 2017No Comments

Several members of the PNW community have reported seeing a fox on the Hammond campus. Patricia Nowak, police chief, confirmed the fox is living on campus but did not disclose the location in order to prevent anyone fr...

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Amanda Biro, News Editor

November 27, 2017No Comments

PNW campus police arrested a former employee who was charged with one count of theft. According to a statement sent to students who live in the University Village sent...

Ra’Grean Porter, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017No Comments

Inter-Campus Transfer allows students located at either campus to receive books from the Westville or Hammond campus libraries by requesting them through the library’s online...

FRC court named to honor former athletics director

November 27, 2017

Leadership Funds to be decided

November 13, 2017

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Hector Cabrera, Assistant Arts and Leisure Editor

November 27, 2017No Comments

The students from the American Model United Nations class taught by Meg Rincker, assistant political science professor, presented their work in front of over 1,400 students, faculty and professors at the 2...

“Robin Hood” in the round, a robust rendition

Amanda Lopez, Editor-In-Chief

November 13, 2017No Comments

“The Somewhat True Tale of Robin Hood” was a zany, fourth-wall breaking production that left the audience in animated laughter for the majority of the second night on opening weekend. Living up ...

Student advances particle physics field with research in Switzerland

Hector Cabrera, Assistant Arts & Leisure Editor

November 13, 2017No Comments

Christopher McGrady, junior physics and math major, was invited to conduct research in Geneva, Switzerland with Neeti Parashar, physics professor, during the summer. McGrady attended Parashar’s spring 2016 mo...

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Cameron Page, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017No Comments

The PNW volleyball team wrapped up its first season competing in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, a NCAA Division II conference, with an overall record of 6-25 and a conference record of 1-15. The volleyb...

Fall frolic

Hunter Saporiti, Managing Editor

November 15, 2017No Comments

Two hundred eleven students, faculty and community members participated in the Fall Frolic/Jennie Hamilton Memorial 4-Mile run and 1.5 Mile walk held at the FRC on Nov. 5. Christopher Ramos, sophomore cross-country runner,...

Cain Buchmeier, Special Projects Editor

November 13, 2017No Comments

The men’s and women’s cross country teams concluded its inaugural seasons in NCAA Division II at the GLIAC Championships in Marquette, Michigan, on Oct. 21. The men’s team finished 11 of 11 while the women’s team ...

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