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Hundreds of temporary parking spaces opened on the north end of campus this week to ease the start-of-semester parking trouble. The spaces are in the grassy field next to the tennis courts.  


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UC2 Fall Season Begins with Reflections on 9/11
UC2 logo "9/11: Reflections on Ten Turbulent Years" is the first University Community Conversation (UC2) for the 2011 fall semester. The moderated panel discussion will take place Wednesday, September 7, at 7 p.m. in Neff Hall, Room 101. It is free and open to the public. Read the story... 
IPFW Signs Research Exchange Agreement with Chinese University
Chinese delegation A delegation from Suzhou University of Science and Technology (SUST), China, visited IPFW this week to discuss areas of possible mutual interest. Their visit was a follow-up to a meeting that Brian Mylrea, IPFW director of international education, had at the SUST campus in Suzhou in May 2010.

As a result of this week's meetings, SUST agreed to enter into a research exchange agreement with IPFW. The agreement was signed by Wang Rongqing, senior engineer, vice chairman of the university affairs committee, SUST; Chancellor Wartell; and J. Albayyari, associate vice chancellor for research and external support. View photos... 
Heartland Sings: Tenth Anniversary Commemoration of 9/11 
September 11 The Heartland Festival Chorus and Orchestra will be present a special community event Sunday, September 11, at 4 p.m. in the Rhinehart Music Center's Auer Performance Hall. Featuring Requiem by John Rutter, the program will also include dramatic presentations and imagery.

The Dean of Students office has free tickets for faculty, staff, and students in Walb Student Union, Room 111.  Read more...
Test Your IPFW Editorial Style

Nedra Curry was the first person to correctly answer last week's question about the capitalization of the word counties. The answer was "Whitley and Allen counties."

  • As a general rule, do not capitalize words such as rooms, offices, departments, schools, buildings, streets, etc., even though the singular form in a proper name is capitalized.  

This week's question: What is the name of the region that IPFW serves? 

  1. northeastern Indiana
  2. Northeastern Indiana
  3. northeast Indiana
  4. Northeast Indiana 

Send your response to, then check back next week for the answer. IPFW Editorial Style Guide (PDF)

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