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Ismert uses first veto in 30 years Marcus Clem | Collegio Reporter Lara Ismert, Student Government Association president, struck down an adopted Senate resolution for the first time in decades before SGA’s last meeting of buy cialis online the semester. The resolution had allocated about $1,000 from the carryover fund of the previous SGA fiscal year for the Pitt Points scholarship program, and had been approved by a unanimous vote on Nov. 14. The Pitt Points program rewards students who are active participants in university-sponsored events by giving out an academic scholarship and other prizes. Ismert says she decided to use her veto power after the question of fundraising had been raised at SGA’s previous…

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Students walk in front of Yates Hall between classes Wednesday, Oct. 10.

University sets new enrollment record, minorities increase 16% Gretchen Burns & Carl J. Bachus| Collegio Reporters Pittsburg State University has broken the 2009 fall enrollment record of 7,275 students, with 7,289 enrolled st cheapest viagra udents this fall. The number was announced at the end of September. PSU is one of three Kansas universities that reported an increase in student enrollment; Kansas State University and Emporia State University also reported increases, while Kansas University, Washburn University and Wichita State University reported lower enrollments. The Kansas Board of Regents reported that total public university enrollment declined slightly to 100,885 students. At PSU, student enrollment wasn’t the only number that jumped this year. The number of minority…

Increased numbers not result of transfers

Gretchen Burns | Collegio Reporter The enrollment numbers of transfer students have gotten slightly smaller over the last three fall semesters, but students continue to choose Pittsburg State University as the school they want to transfer t buy generic viagra o from community colleges. Katie Zimbeck says she transferred to PSU because of her desired major. “I chose Pittsburg State University for its excellent teacher education program,” said Zimbeck, senior in elementary education. “I knew I was going to be learning a lot, and this has been a dream of mine since I was a little girl.” In the fall of 2010, the number of transfer students at PSU was 555. It dropped to 529…