Monthly Archives: May 2018

Lake Ingle: The HawkEye interview

By Dylan Lyle INDIANA — On April 16, Indiana University of Pennsylvania religious studies student Lake A. E. Ingle sat for an interview about the events in a RLST 481 Self, Sin and Salvation class taught by professor Alison J. … Continue reading

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A match on Tinder, a #MeToo moment

A Civic Project story By Paige Johnson, Terra Neary and Angie Prencipe INDIANA — On Feb. 10, Taylor Allison, 25, a licensed funeral director in Indiana, tweeted screenshots of a series of messages from an Indiana University of Pennsylvania fraternity … Continue reading

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Who wants to weaponize the college campus?

A Civic Project story By Samantha Kahle INDIANA — Dakota E. Rossmiller, 22, a senior criminology and English major at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, supports the Second Amendment, and she exercises that right with her own concealed-carry license. However, when it … Continue reading

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Race coverage nets awards for four at The HawkEye

Staff report PITTSBURGH — For their news reporting about race, diversity and inclusion at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, four student reporters for The HawkEye were honored by the Pittsburgh Black Media Federation on Thursday at its annual awards banquet at the … Continue reading

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