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Students, profs, managers rally for more higher-ed funding

By Logan Hullinger HARRISBURG — Students and faculty from all 14 Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education universities struggled to fit onto the Capitol rotunda stairs on Thursday. But they had no trouble amplifying their message throughout its halls.That message? … Continue reading

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The HawkEye honored for library-weeding coverage

By The HawkEye staff INDIANA — The HawkEye’s 2017 coverage of a contentious plan to remove more than a third of the books in the Indiana University of Pennsylvania library was honored today by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association in its annual … Continue reading

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Indiana borough poverty and ‘statistical porn’

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA – The headline in the Jan. 18 Harrisburg newspaper read “The 35 Poorest Towns in Pennsylvania.” And the poorest of them all, according to the Jan. 18 PennLive story? Indiana borough. That is, if one draws … Continue reading

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IUP celebrates new multicultural center

By The HawkEye staff INDIANA – University officials cut a ribbon Friday morning on a new multicultural center in an old building at the campus’ northwestern boundary. A diverse crowd filled the lobby of the renovated Elkin Hall to hear … Continue reading

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‘The Post,’ the press and the Third President

An opinion By Tim Hayes PITTSBURGH — In the new film “The Post,”   the Nixon White House in 1971 attempts to squash release of the Pentagon Papers, a secret and unflattering government assessment of the Vietnam War.  The administration threatened the … Continue reading

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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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