Monthly Archives: December 2018

For-sale signs: the borough’s bumper crop

By the numbers: an analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – It’s hard to avoid divisive political talk around the dinner table during the holiday season. Football? Beware: Taking a knee.  The weather? Careful: Climate change. But consider local housing: Here … Continue reading

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IUP enrollment, borough policing

By the numbers By David Loomis INDIANA – In March 2012, IUPatty’s was born as a boozy, unsanctioned, St. Patrick’s Day bash organized by and for undergraduates at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. The event coincided with the largest enrollment in … Continue reading

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‘Year of the Woman’ in Western Pennsylvania

The HawkEye interview By David Loomis INDIANA – In federal and state elections, 2018 was the Year of the Woman 2.0. Except here. On Nov. 6, Susan Boser, of Indiana, an IUP sociology professor, lost by 62-38 percent to five-term … Continue reading

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