Monthly Archives: June 2010

Student housing costs continue to rise

By Ida Arici and Chelsea L. Yurisic INDIANA – Stephanie N. Bianco, a sophomore health and physical education major at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, lived in the Maple East suites for the 2009-2010 school year. She did not live there willingly. … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence of Sexual Assault at IUP

By Alyssa Choiniere             INDIANA – A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, now age 25, recently recalled the night of her best friend’s wedding in 2004. That was the night she was raped by her ex-fiance, she said.             … Continue reading

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Hasta la vista, Tony

Editor, The HawkEye:   Here is a copy of my letter to IUP President Tony Atwater in response to his June 9 resignation announcement (Editor’s note: see copy of Dr. Atwater’s email, below):   (Dear) Tony, Once again, your flowery … Continue reading

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Photo essay: a new feature for The HawkEye

By David Loomis The HawkEye inaugurates its photo-essay feature with images by Alyssa Choiniere, an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student majoring in journalism and a contributor to  The HawkEye. In spring 2010, Choiniere enrolled in a Photojournalism class at IUP. … Continue reading

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IUP’s inclement-weather policy: a slippery issue

Feb. 26 decision-making helps put one commuter in a ditch By Chelsea Hess-Moore INDIANA – On Friday morning, Feb. 26, Andrew Wojcik checked the weather before beginning a daily 50-mile commute from his home in Altoona to Indiana University of … Continue reading

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Men under-represented at the front of the classroom

By Jesse Johnson and Kelsey Gross INDIANA — DeAnna M. Laverick remembers her male student teachers holding and helping pre-school students. The teachers and kindergartners “really bonded,” she said. “They were really enthusiastic and eager to play,” said Laverick, 40, … Continue reading

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