Monthly Archives: February 2016

Civic Project story wins another Keystone for The HawkEye

The HawkEye has won another award for its public-service investigative reporting, the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association announced Feb. 24. Andrew Milliken, a 2015 graduate of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania departments of Music and of Journalism & Public Relations, received second-place … Continue reading

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State budget gridlock backs up to IUP

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA — Ongoing budget gridlock in Harrisburg may harm the state’s public universities, according to a spokesman for the statewide system and according to Indiana University of Pennsylvania students who rallied at the capitol on Feb. 8 … Continue reading

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Consultant: All-white borough police force invites racial tension

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA – Borough police Chief William C. Sutton told a Jan. 29 community forum on race relations that his department recently hired an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student member of the NAACP to help officers “get a … Continue reading

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Proposed bike path: ‘Catering to the college kids’?

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA — A proposed grant-funded bike trail through the borough sparked lively debate at two council meetings in one week. At a Jan. 28 meeting, residents echoed one of several citizen objections to the multimodal-corridor plan: “Now … Continue reading

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