Monthly Archives: December 2017

A night at Phi Kappa Psi

A Civic Project story By Rachel Brieve, Madison Longenecker and Laura Scott INDIANA –  On Saturday night, April 29, Deandre L. Easterling, a defensive lineman for Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s football team, attended a party at Phi Kappa Psi, a … Continue reading

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The racial climate on campus, and off

Race and IUP: a Civic Project story By Tiffany Brisbon INDIANA — For four years, Justin G. Cobb, a senior communications media major at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, has heard people talk. Racist talk. On campus. “I’ve heard some things … Continue reading

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On being black at Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Race and IUP: an opinion By Septima Simpkins INDIANA — Growing up in multicultural neighborhoods of Queens and Brooklyn, I never paid much attention to racism. That was a gift and a curse. I often was oblivious. Even when I … Continue reading

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One year later: Trump, news media and Indiana County voters

An analysis By The HawkEye staff INDIANA — Half a small sample of Indiana County voters say they maintain a favorable view of President Donald Trump after his tumultuous first year in the job. However, a third of county voters … Continue reading

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A revolving door for TPUSA faculty advisers

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA – Last week, the Turning Point USA chapter at Indiana University of Pennsylvania lost its faculty adviser. This week, it acquired a new one, retaining its status as an officially recognized student organization.  On Nov. 29, … Continue reading

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IUP library ‘weeding’ opposition spreads beyond campus

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA — Opposition to an administration plan to remove more than a third of the books in the Indiana University of Pennsylvania library has spread beyond the campus. Opponents now include alumni and a distinguished former faculty … Continue reading

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Suppression of public information at IUP: a case study

  Editor’s note: A clarification/elaboration has been appended at the end of this story, Dec. 8, 2017.   By Nathan Zisk INDIANA – Campus police at Indiana University of Pennsylvania arrived at the humanities and social sciences building at 3:54 … Continue reading

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