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IPFW in the News for May 30, 2017

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May 30

Fine Print and Tough Questions for the Purdue-Kaplan Deal
Inside Higher Ed
Purdue compared the oversight of the new institution to that of the university’s regional campuses, Purdue Northwest and Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

May 28

Wisdom from on high
Journal Gazette
Derek, a former runner for Columbia City and IPFW and former Snider distance coach, was one of the developers for Indiana Runner in 2000, filling a void for the need of a statewide running database for results.

May 29

Your shelter or mine? How homeless relationships blossom in unlikely places
The Guardian
But assuming the relationship is not abusive, numerous reports have shown that life expectancy, financial stability and emotional wellbeing all improve with a long-term partner, said Rachel L Rayburn, an associate professor of public policy at Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne, who wrote the 2010 paper with Corzine. “So why wouldn’t it for individuals who are homeless?”

May 26

Lane among best in the state
It hasn’t all been easy for Lane. He began training with former Bowling Green State University and University of Findlay assistant coach Justin Carvalho at age 10. Both of Lane’s sisters competed collegiately — Paige at Bowling Green and Whitney at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

May 24

Leo grad, IPFW shortstop Boyce honored by Summit League
Fort Wayne senior shortstop Jackson Boyce has been named to the 2017 All-Summit League Baseball Second Team. The team, which is voted on by the league’s head coaches, was announced on Tuesday (May 23).

They have described various, sometimes puzzling, events — typically “what” is happening — but unless I missed it, never a clear explanation of “why” it is happening. Benefits of planned changes are not clear. The question remains in many minds: Why are they doing this? To the outsider it seems to be a case of fixing something that isn’t broken.

May 23

Despite distraction, she persists
Journal Gazette
Maria Piña of God on Our Side Janitorial Services works on cleaning the windows of the P3 parking garage at IPFW on a breezy, sunny Monday morning. Natural window washing is likely for the next few days as rain showers move into northeast Indiana.)

May 22

IPFW Hosts Panel On How To Identify Fake News
A panel discussion about fake news takes place tonight on the IPFW campus. Join WBOI reporter Lisa Ryan and professors Michael Wolf and Assem Nasr as they discuss about how to identify fake news.