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The Times’ recent report that Purdue University Calumet is experiencing a $4 million revenue shortfall should not be construed as doom and gloom, but rather a transitional ache and pain of a changing student market.
Having grown up in an inner city, I understand the challenges of trying to inspire “bigger thinking” among young people who lack understanding of the possibilities available to them.
Our region has deep roots in manufacturing, and our people take great pride in what we build that contributes to life quality in Northwest Indiana and beyond. With good data about the status of our economy, we can have a better idea about where we need to go and how to get there.
To revitalize and enhance their communities, Hammond and East Chicago have carried out aggressive property improvement programs. More recently, new Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson has announced a program to encourage the purchase of foreclosed properties in her city.
My hope is that we of Northwest Indiana can enrich each other's quality of life by building an inclusive culture. Certainly, we all belong, but we must all feel as though we belong and help others feel that they belong, too. More so than accepting our differences, I prefer rejoicing in our s…
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