PNW Pioneer

Students attend 28th Annual Model UN conference

Hector Cabrera, Assistant Arts and Leisure Editor

November 27, 2017

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 28th annual American Mod...

Exceeding, the electrical engineer’s way

Karina Jimenez, Arts and Leisure Editor

November 13, 2017

Alex Begala, senior electrical engineering major, said the first exam in his freshman math class tanked his grade. Begala said he wasn’t going to give up and had to work harder. He said he went to Student Academic Support, wh...

Production of “The Library” presents a classic case of “he said, she said”

Madeline Clement, Staff Writer

November 12, 2017

Audience members held their breath as the beep of a flat line monitor rang throughout the auditorium. Viewers were thrown directly into the action as Caitlin Gabriel, the main character, fights for her life on the operating t...

‘Is hate speech free?’: Lecture on hate speech debate

‘Is hate speech free?’: Lecture on hate speech debate

Karina Jimenez, Arts and Leisure Editor

October 30, 2017

Internationally experienced professor provides guidance on a local level

Hector Cabrera, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017

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, Rincker has always been f...

Honoring heritage in history

Honoring heritage in history

Donavan Barrier, Staff Writer

October 16, 2017

Getting their show on the road

Karina Jimenez, Arts and Leisure Writer

October 2, 2017

The Formula Society of Automotive Engineers and the Hospitality, Tourism, and Management club went into full gear for the Fall Auto Show Fundraiser on Sept. 17. The fundraiser displayed different models of cars and the HTM cl...