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Easier for some, but not for all

Grads master evaluations Sara Seals | Collegio Reporter For many students, enduring the stress of finals as an undergraduate is enough for a lifetime. However, some students choose to go through it again to receive a graduate d cialis online purchase egree. “Even through the stress, I am enjoying every minute and learning a lot along the way,” said Lori Dyer, graduate student in English literature. Throughout the semester, graduate students must take nine credit hours to be a full time student, while undergraduates must have 12 hours. The difference in the requirements is the more demanding workload in graduate courses “This workload is more time consuming,” said Lance Gordon, graduate student in technology education….

The little gingerbread house that could

Jessica Sewing | Collegio Reporters After hours of gluing it together with royal icing and decorating it with candy gumdrops, Devin Gorman and Misty Button were nearly finished with their gingerbread house. “Constructing the house was a lot more work than we anticipated,” said Gorman, director of marketing and communications for the Pittsburg area Chamber of Commerce. After they had finished constructing the seemingly perfect gingerbread house, the two looked on as the roof mysteriously collapsed. “It was an awful, yet hilarious way to end the hours and hours of work we had just spent on the house,” Gorman said. Gorman says they repaired the house that evening and submitted it hoping their work was…

Have you seen my gorilla?

Janelle Kranker, a senior in art, models her winning t-shirt design from the SAC and CAC t-shirt contest. As the winner Kranker's shirt will be sold by the University Bookstore.

Sara Seals | Collegio Reporter After hours of working in front of her computer, filtering through dozens of different directions for the right design, Janelle Kranker finally brought her concept to life. “The entry form asked for some cialis online thing that showed school spirit and that was PSU related,” said Kranker, senior in art. “This is where I got the idea for the gorilla face on the underside of the shirt.” In October, SAC presented students with an opportunity to design a T-shirt that will be sold in the campus bookstore. Ashley Cross, event coordinator, says the students had to create an original T-shirt design that met various guidelines. In addition to relating to…

Magically Madrigal

Joud Bayeh | Collegio Reporter A small organ on wheels, musicians and singers from PSU and food served by medieval peasants wearing feathered hats combined to create an aura of the Renaissance at the Madrigal Dinner on Friday, Nov. 30. The Madrigal Dinner is held annually by the PSU choir, and many guests, like Russ Vallier, have attended for several years. Vallier, a high school teacher in Chanute, says this was the fourth year in a row he has attended the dinner. He says one of the reasons he comes back is the food. “It’s a tasteful way to start the holidays,” said Vallier, who was accompanied by his wife, Karen. They are the parents…

Gorilla athletes showcase other talents

Terell Eaddy, junior in business, performs with the men's basketball team at Gorillas Got Talent in the Allen Field House on Thursday, November 29.

Gretchen Burns | Collegio Reporter Last Thursday, John Lance Arena was filled with students, athletes and community members who shared two common goals: raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and enjoy some entertainment. The Pittsbur buy cheap cialis g State Student-Athlete Advisory Committee held the first ever Gorillas Got Talent to fundraise for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Athletes representing almost every sport on campus performed various skits, musical performances, dancing and improv acts in front of a panel of judges and a crowd of over 400 people. “I think that it’s great to give back to kids and children as athletes,” said Jessica Barnes, junior in early childhood development. “This is the way that we can…

Free as a bird

Meagan Duffee, falconer and graduate student in Taxidermy and Wildlife photography, takes Autumn, her Red-tailed hawk to hunt on Shawnee Trails Conservation Area located in Missouri on Sunday, Sep. 23.

Val Vita | Managing Editor Some people are lucky to find their passion early in life. Meagan Duffee was 10 when she discovered she had a passion for birds. Duffee was at a birthday party in Dallas, Texas, her hometown, when she saw a man buy viagra online give a falconry demonstration. “And I thought, ‘Hey, that’s really cool,’” Duffee said. A lot of kids were impressed that day, but only one of them probably took the subject seriously. Today, Duffee is 26 and she studies, works and hunts with birds. Duffee says she spent most of her life in Texas, though the reason she came to Pittsburg was the university, because it has a…

Students bid fond farwell to Jungle

Before the prizes are given away to celebrate how far our soon-to-be alumni have come a few speeches are given in their honor.

AJ Thurman | Collegio Reporter After three and a-half years at Pittsburg State University, Cassy Temaat says she is ready to walk across the stage and start her new life. “I have a teaching job already,” said Temaat, senior in family an canadian pharmacy cialis d consumer sciences education. “It’s a high school FACS position, and I’m very excited to start.” Temaat says she expected to be waiting until August to find a teaching job. “I start in January,” she said. “The FACS department is good at placing people after they’ve graduated.” Temaat is one of many soon-to-graduate students who attended the Out of the Jungle celebration on Tuesday, Nov. 27, in the basement of…

Undead week

"Undead week"

Marcus Clem | Collegio Reporter Some people are wary of the upcoming, Mayan-predicted, end of the world, but most students are just worrying about finals. The problem, some of them say, is that the time traditionally reserved for cheap cialis online study and review before exams, known as dead week, is being occupied by classwork. “I think that dead week should be more lax,” said Aubry Keller, junior in biology. “Instructors assigning things right before dead week, or without prior notification, can make it extremely difficult for students. I know of one student who was assigned a huge paper he did not know about until recently, right before dead week. This has caused a big…

PSU hosts most successful High School Art Day ever

Gretchen Burns | Collegio Reporter Samantha Powell helped push over 2,400 thumbtacks into a wall while hanging over 600 high school artworks that were displayed during the annual High School Art Day in the Overman Student Center on order viagra without prescription Thursday, Nov. 15. The exhibition shows works of art students from Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. “I liked the schools that made their artworks easier to hang with a string on the back,” said Powell, senior in art. “My thumb is really sore from pushing all the thumbtacks into that wall.” College environment High School Art Day is an annual event put on by the Art Department where local high school students come to…