The Hawk Report, Feb. 22, 2015, WIUP-FM
The news program’s first broadcast of the spring semester focuses on two local stories:
— Alternative transportation plans for Indiana, Pa., would expand bike paths through town and campus. The plans were showcased last week at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex in Indiana, Pa. Hawk Report producer Adam Harring attended and reports.
— Indiana University of Pennsylvania administrators are pitching a pilot per-credit tuition payment plan as more fair than the existing flat rate. Critics, however, deride the tentative plan as a “stealth tuition hike.”
Hawk Report producer Juliette Rapp delivers the first in a series of two stories on the tuition issue.
To hear the podcast of this show, click below.
A workshop participant ponders a planning map at the Community Design Workshop at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex on Feb. 19, sponsored by the Indiana County Office of Planning & Development. The event was part of the Indiana Multimodal Corridor Study scheduled for completion in March 2015. Photo courtesy of the office’s Student Planner Program on Facebook.