Local colleges Purdue Calumet and Purdue North Central will soon come together and become Purdue Northwest, which is a major change for both schools.
We recently sat down with Purdue Northwest's Chancellor and Vice Chancellor to talk about how the two locations will be taking their best attributes to become one outstanding college.
With the announcement of Purdue Northwest many have been wondering when the major changes will take place.
We recently sat down with Purdue Northwest's Chancellor and Vice Chancellor to talk about when the merge will take place, and how that will effect both PNC and PUC students.
What else is better than an old school rivalry? This past Friday neighboring schools Valpo and Portage once again took on each other, with Portage hoping to break Valpo's cycle of wins.
We put together a quick recap of the game right here for you to catch up on all of your Viking vs Indian needs.
With 2016 right around the corner, we went down to Valpo's popular ice rink to ask a few people what good things they want to happen within the new year - whether that be goals for themselves, others, or for the community.
For the past five years local ice cream shoppe Valpo Velvet and ValpoLife have been throwing their own 'End of the Year' party to help Valpo Velvet close off their year on a high note. We caught up with co-owner of VV Cathy Brown to talk about the party, why it's a great tradition for both companies, and why she loves being a part of the Valparaiso community.
For more information on the party, and some picture too, follow the link for our article on the afternoon: http://www.valpolife.com/entertainment/gatherings/57772-valpo-velvet-and-valpolife-celebrate-another-sweet-end-to-the-year
We've made some great strides in our video production this year! We built a studio, had some great interviews, and got out in the community to share some great stories about people, places, and programs taking place across Northwest Indiana.
Without further adieu, check out our Top 10 Videos on ValpoLife in 2015!
To have attended a high school means one thing, but to be a student means another. We talked to our #1StudentNWIs about what it means to be a part of their high school - whether it be as a Viking, Trojan, or Red Devil. Our high school insiders tell us what it's like to be a part of their community and why they take pride in going to their high school.
This is Our Story is a long time tradition in the Valparaiso community. For decades it's brought together bands, choirs, and orchestras from every school in the city to perform holiday music over two nights. 2015's TIOS is right around the corner, so we decided to get the low-down on this year's events.
From the elementary all the way up to the high school, kids of all ages work hard and diligently to prepare for their moment in the high school gym - and their teachers are proud to tell you just that.
Everyone from the region knows about "A Christmas Story" and what it means to the families who grew up in Northwest Indiana, and the South Shore Convention and Visitors Authority loves it just as much as you do. For the past eight years the SSCVA has been showcasing their exhibit for the holidays - seven "A Christmas Story" shop windows that originally were showcased at Macy's.
We recently talked to the SSCVA CEO about the exhibit, why people are so attached to the movie, and why he loves putting the windows up each year.
Mortgage loans are Mark Ritzi's specialty at Horizon Bank, and we sat down with him to talk about some miss conceptions of how it works now.
Through community backing on helping individuals receive loans, how things have changed over the years, and how he is now helping the next generation there are many different aspects to mortgage loans and how they effect people in the region.