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Library ‘weeding’? Or ‘clear-cutting’?

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA — More than a third of the books in Stapleton Library are scheduled to be removed in less than two years. But the library dean, librarians and faculty members aren’t on the same page about how … Continue reading

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Another racist Snapchat stirs IUP campus

By The HawkEye staff INDIANA — For the second time in less than two years, a social-media photo and caption seen as racist by Indiana University of Pennsylvania students and administrators has prompted calls for action against hate speech. But … Continue reading

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A monument to a spirit of national unity

By Logan Hullinger INDIANA — Every day, thousands of Indiana University of Pennsylvania students walk through the Oak Grove and pass a towering piece of scrap metal by Sutton Hall. The 13-foot hunk is a memento of the country’s most … Continue reading

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Eclipse 2017: Oak Grove light-and-shadow show

By The HawkEye staff INDIANA — The entrance to Weyandt Hall, home to the natural sciences at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, became an impromptu outdoor astrophysics lab on Monday afternoon as students and faculty members observed a partial eclipse of … Continue reading

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IUP’s per-credit tuition policy: a first-year review

A Civic Project story By Cara Mehalek INDIANA — In August 2013, Colleen A. Rorke, a petite, soft-spoken political science major from Tamaqua, Pa., transferred to Indiana University of Pennsylvania. To pay for her last two years of college, Rorke … Continue reading

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‘Never seen it this bad’

Staff report INDIANA — Dallas “Ray” Wood stood on the bank of the small stream he calls White’s Run. It flows south across Clymer Avenue toward the homes he owns in the out-of-the-way “little mining town” he calls Cicero. His … Continue reading

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Postcard from Cuba: People connect, governments disconnect

By Laurie S. Miller HAVANA — Sitting in his walker, waiting on his luggage at the Havana Airport, David Hiebert of Lawrence, Kansas, was looking forward to his second trip to Cuba – this time with six family members in … Continue reading

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The Russian connection: Macedonian politics, U.S. news

An Analysis By Benjamin Shultz and Snezhana Stefanovska Shultz Macedonia is in a part of world that is often overlooked. Approximately the size of Vermont and with a population of around two million, the country is impoverished, landlocked, and isolated … Continue reading

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Airport festival attendance soars

By Alexandria Mansfield INDIANA – The annual aviation festival that landed last weekend at the Jimmy Stewart Airport  drew the largest crowd in the event’s two-decade-long history, an airport official said Tuesday. “There were more people here this weekend than … Continue reading

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What compensation for a wrongful conviction?

A Civic Project story By Nathan Zisk INDIANA – At his August 13, 2015, release from state prison after serving 34 years for a crime he did not commit, Lewis “Jim” Fogle said he wanted nothing more than a steak … Continue reading

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