Monthly Archives: March 2017

Whatever you call it, IUPatty’s 2017 was busy

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA – A concerted public-private effort to dampen what Indiana University of Pennsylvania officials describe as “celebratory tendencies” among students in early spring met its match against warm dry weather for most of the IUPatty’s 2017 party … Continue reading

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IUP, FIUP struggle with declining enrollments

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA — Declining enrollments have created a financial squeeze at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, as President Michael A. Driscoll reviewed in a 75-minute semi-annual “briefing” from Sutton Hall on Wednesday. But the president did not mention another … Continue reading

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The HawkEye wins watchdog award

Staff report The HawkEye has won awards for its public-service investigative reporting and for its ongoing coverage of issues involving racism, diversity and inclusion, the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association announced Tuesday. Two Indiana University of Pennsylvania journalism-student reporters for the online … Continue reading

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‘Mega-school’ project ‘misstatements’

Opinion By Thomas R. Harley INDIANA — Regarding the story “School board president: ‘Misinformation’ spurs opposition” published Feb. 15 in The HawkEye, Indiana school board president Doug Steve is the source of most of the misinformation that surrounds this project. … Continue reading

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