Theatre everyone can plug into

Student directors have opportunity to show-off their stage creations Audrey Dighans | copy editor Students will have a chance to direct, act or view a series of one-act plays during Theatre Unplugged at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, in the PSU Studio Theater. “It’s called ‘Theatre Unplugged’ because these are not fully staged plays with sets and other such things,” said Cynthia Allan, professor of communication. “The plays will be staged on what we call a ‘neutral’ stage.” Theatre Unplugged, a free event, will feature performances and directing by the Communication Department’s Stage Direction class. “The one-act plays are our final for this class,” said Ethan Samuel, senior in communication education. “Dr. Allan taught us…

It’s a Pin-teresting party

Casey Matlock | reporter Members of the Kansas Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (KAFCS) started a new tradition in hopes of spreading holiday cheer. The organization held its first “Pinterest Night” on Tuesday, Dec. 3, and Wednesday, Dec. 4, from 6-9 p.m. in the Family and Consumer Sciences building. The purpose of the evenings was to provide recipes, arts, and crafts tutorials all from the Pinterest website to students and faculty as a fundraiser for KAFCS to have for upcoming events. Jaime Vanderbeck, assistant to the president, says she found the coasters to be useful household items. “I liked the tile because it was different and very usable all year-round,” she said. Attendees were…