‘No animal should be left behind’

| Erica Wilson guest writer | Pets can make the best companions, so it makes sense that sometimes college students feel the need to get a pet. The downside to owning a pet in college is that when students graduate or go home for the summer, they are often unable to take a pet with them. Pets establish strong bonds with their owners. No animal deserves to have that bond broken. The excuses for abandoning an animal can range anywhere from the choice of a landlord who does not allow pets, to claims that animals require more time and money than a student can provide. College students should think long and hard about their animals’…

New edition

Another page turned | Marcus Clem editor in chief | They say time flies when you’re having fun, but that’s not really true; time flies when you’re too busy to notice it. Though I’ve certainly had some fun along the way. This issue will be my last as editor of The Collegio. I would like to think that I’ve managed to leave the newspaper better than I found it, though at most I’ve been a channel for a Pittsburg State community. I envy my successor, but even more, the editors who will be here in the years to come. More and more people will join Pitt State’s ranks and I know the newspaper will get…

Campus Chit-Chat

| Erika Hall reporter | People see in pictures, think in pictures and describe those pictures with words. So, why not tell stories in pictures? Thats describes Pecha Kucha, which is Japanese for “chit-chat.” Pecha Kucha was devised so that people can share their stories in pictures and do so in 20 slides at 20 seconds a slide or for a total of six minutes and 40 seconds. Pecha Kucha is a popular global event that showcases the art of the fast-paced visual presentations on any topic of the presenters’ choosing. Students from Girard Middle School, Pittsburg High, PSU, as well as PSU faculty and staff, presented stories in room S102 on Friday, April 25,…