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Islamic center open house draws friendly crowd

By Logan R. Hullinger INDIANA — The Islamic Center of Indiana, the community’s only mosque, held an open house on Saturday evening that featured a question-and-answer session and a sponsored dinner. The event brought in well over a hundred Indiana … Continue reading

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‘Inclusion’ draws campus administrators, faculty, students

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA –- On Thursday night, Indiana University of Pennsylvania administrators, faculty members and students doubled down on campus efforts to fight discrimination, during a “Vigil for Inclusion” in front of the campus library. The group held light … Continue reading

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News media, IUP students and the strike

An Opinion By Nikki Santiago INDIANA — As a senior at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, I have been grouped into the stereotypical party group from the start because, after all, IUP is a party school. For example, Pittsburgh-based Niche.com, a … Continue reading

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The Trump rally in Johnstown

An Opinion By Eve McInerney INDIANA — Friday, Oct. 21, was the beginning of a weekend which saw both presidential candidates visit Pennsylvania. This is one of the most important swing states in the election, and they came to fight … Continue reading

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Poll: Plurality of IUP students prefer Clinton

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA – A plurality of Indiana University of Pennsylvania students are registered and ready to vote for Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8, according to a recent email survey. The Qualtrics survey, sent to 2,500 undergraduate students Oct. … Continue reading

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Critic faults ‘liberal’ IUP campus-climate study

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA – A yearlong study of the cultural climate at Indiana University of Pennsylvania found an atmosphere that is comfortable for most and colder for some, its lead researchers reported last month. But according to one campus … Continue reading

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Senate candidates debate — by text message

By The HawkEye staff Since January, state Sen. Donald C. “Don” White, R-41st, and Democratic challenger Tony DeLoreto, an Indiana restaurateur, exchanged scores of private cell-phone text messages that reveal unedited banter ranging from political issues to personal insults. During … Continue reading

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A Briton endorses Clinton

An Opinion By Eve McInerney This is not just another election. This is an important moment in the story of the nation. Americans are asked to choose between two major candidates who represent alternative realities. As a British citizen, I … Continue reading

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‘My second time being shot’: Carriage House gunshot victim

By Amelia Atkins INDIANA – The party at Carriage House Apartments was winding down at about 1:45 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3, the start of Labor Day weekend. More than 50 people, many of them students at Indiana University of … Continue reading

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The coldest homicide case in Indiana County

A Civic Project story By The HawkEye staff BLAIRSVILLE — Pauline Fumea Alexander, 79, has known who murdered her husband since a couple of teenage boys found his decomposing bullet-riddled remains by a swimming hole near here on a broiling … Continue reading

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