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Indiana Tech’s Eyes on Psychology Conference set for April 22

Indiana Tech’s Eyes on Psychology Conference set for April 22

| April 15, 2016

Event will focus on diversity, research and treatment FORT WAYNE—Indiana Tech’s College of General Studies is partnering with Parkview Behavioral Health, the Lutheran Foundation and Mental Health America to present its second Eyes on Psychology Conference from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., April 22. This year’s event, Focus on Diversity, Research and Treatment, will be […]

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IPFW—more than a regional campus

IPFW—more than a regional campus

| April 4, 2016

To date, campus leadership at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne has raised important questions regarding the LSA study group’s report, particularly its interpretation of data and its claim to represent a “bold vision and positive way forward” for IPFW.  However, what has yet to be addressed is the impact this proposal will likely have […]

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Local women history makers: Stith, Ruffolo named Tapestry 2016 Dedication Award Recipients

Local women history makers: Stith, Ruffolo named Tapestry 2016 Dedication Award Recipients

| March 9, 2016

FORT WAYNE—Community activist and teacher Hana Stith is the 2016 Dedication Award honoree along with Linda Ruffolo, beloved member of the IPFW community who is being honored posthumously at Tapestry: A Day for You, sponsored by Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) and Parkview Health. This year’s Tapestry is scheduled to take place April 29 and […]

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Mass rejection of  IPFW to PU LSA plan by those most impacted calls for plan reevaluation

Mass rejection of  IPFW to PU LSA plan by those most impacted calls for plan reevaluation

| February 15, 2016

By Thomas R. Butler Over the past several weeks, I have read with much interest the LSA Proposal as well as various views on the proposed IPFW to Purdue changes.  My initial reaction based on the information that I have at this time is one of great concern. The major source of my concern is […]

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City’s oldest black Baptist church installs new pastor

City’s oldest black Baptist church installs new pastor

| January 18, 2016

Dr. Timothy L. Lake tapped to lead Union Baptist Church FORT WAYNE—The congregation of Union Baptist Church, 2200 Smith St., is scheduled to install new Senior Pastor the Rev. Dr. Timothy L. Lake during a special service at 4 p.m., Jan. 24 in the sanctuary of the church. Prior to the celebration, there will be […]

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IPFW to host lecture from Ebenezer Baptist Church’s Pastor Raphael Warncock

IPFW to host lecture from Ebenezer Baptist Church’s Pastor Raphael Warncock

| January 13, 2016

FORT WAYNE—The IPFW MLK Lecture Series is scheduled to play host to a guest speaker with extraordinary ties to the history of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this month as the nation celebrates the legacy of the late civil and human rights activist. The Rev. Raphael Warncock, Ph.D. is scheduled to speak as part of […]

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Two injured, one critically in accident near IPFW

Two injured, one critically in accident near IPFW

| December 4, 2015

FORT WAYNE—At approximately 6:37 a.m., Dec. 1, Fort Wayne police responded to the intersection of Stellhorn Road and Woodway Drive on the report of a motor vehicle accident with injury. Once on scene, officers found two vehicles involved—one being an IPFW unmarked police vehicle and the second a Dodge passenger car. The driver of the […]

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Local university gives voice to students on issues such as race, religion, immigration

Local university gives voice to students on issues such as race, religion, immigration

| November 24, 2015

FORT WAYNE—In the wake of the Paris terrorist attack tragedy, couched in the already heated rhetoric of the U.S. presidential debates and a variety of critical issues in the U.S. consciousness, many are tense and unsure, perhaps even frightened. And, when people are that uncertain about the future, it’s important for them to be heard. […]

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‘You’ve Just Got to Pray:’ A Civil Rights Movement Veteran’s Story

‘You’ve Just Got to Pray:’ A Civil Rights Movement Veteran’s Story

| November 11, 2015

Part 1 of 4 Editor’s note: The following piece centering on local coach and youth advocate H.C. Story was originally written by student Rebecca Dorrill for Professor William F. Hall’s Politics, Religion and Mass Social Protest Movements in American Democratic Society class at Washington University in St. Louis in 2005. While many know Coach Story’s […]

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Questa Education Foundation announces 2015 Questa Scholar graduates

Questa Education Foundation announces 2015 Questa Scholar graduates

| July 29, 2015

Special to Frost Illustrated FORT WAYNE—Questa Education Foundation is proud to announce that this year from Allen County there were a total of 45 individuals who have graduated in 2015 from colleges and Universities across the state of Indiana. 27 of those graduating were traditional students who went on to college from high school while […]

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