Indiana University Northwest Professor Joseph Ferrandino, left, and Griffith Police Chief Greg Mance pose with a map of crime data created with help from the university and now available on Griffith's Facebook page.
GARY | Surrounding cadavers on stretchers, grouped around backlit X-ray boxes and gathered in front of computer screens, participants in this year's International Human Cadaver Prosection Program spent Friday imaging the deceased.
GARY | Indiana University, together with Ivy Tech Community College, received IU Board of Trustees approval today to proceed with the design of a new shared facility to be built on the northeast corner of Broadway and 35th Street.
Adolescent asthma seminar at IUN
ST. JOHN | In the Vuckovic family, becoming a lifeguard is almost a rite of passage.
IUN students have the chance to participate in diversity-oriented programs to enhance the education experience.
An element of simplicity radiates from almost every aspect of director Morgan McCabe's adaptation of "Romeo and Juliet," produced by Gary Shakespeare Co. and staged at 500 S. Lake St. in Miller. The show continues through Sunday.
GARY | Understanding the culture and context in which youth violence occurs will do more than any program, research study or diagnostic approach, according to the keynote speaker at Friday’s Youth Violence Prevention Conference at Indiana University Northwest.
GARY | A small group of residents and computer programmers from Northwest Indiana met recently for the first Gary Hack Night at Indiana University Northwest.
GARY | Indiana’s unique fiscal policies — particularly the property tax cap backed by the General Assembly and enrolled in the state’s Constitution by voters in November 2010 — now pit local communities against one another in a perpetual fight for funding.
GARY | Dr. William VanNess, Indiana state health commissioner, will be the keynote speaker at an infant mortality conference April 4 at Indiana University Northwest.
Cities are opening doors for those seeking shelter from the deep freeze this winter, and some more often than in recent years.
A Munster business received help with its social media marketing thanks to students of Indiana University Northwest.
Neshaun Whittington, left, and Damita Dudley, both of Merrillville, read the T-shirts that are part of the Clothesline Project.
Neshaun Whittington, of Merrillville and a student of IUN professor Tanice Foltz, looks at T-shirts that are part of the Clothesline Project at Indiana University Northwest's Moraine Student Center. "I think when you write it down, it sort of releases you from it," said Whittington of the se…
Students from a sociology class led by IUN professor Tanice Foltz look over T-shirts that are part of the Clothesline Project on exhibit in Indiana University Northwest's Moraine Student Center.
Editor's note: This story is part of an occasional series that looks at how the Affordable Care Act affects the region.
Record enrollment at IU Northwest for the 2013-14 academic year has made for a busy campus and has necessitated many campus improvements.
People listen to speakers at the Chicago Federal Executive Board Economic Partnership Forum at Indiana University Northwest in Gary.
Federal Executive Board Chair and Regional Administrator Ann Kalayil speaks at the Chicago Federal Executive Board Economic Partnership Forum at Indiana University Northwest in Gary.
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