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PSU professor Allison Blevins delivers new poetry

Poet Allison Blevins has written on many subjects such as divorce, motherhood, and working for her position as a PSU professor, and she shares these artistic works with the world.   On Aug. 1 at 7 p.m, PSU professor of women and gender studies Allison Blevins read from her most recent poetry …

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Student uses coffee waste research for green purposes

Kansas Polymer Research Center scientists have determined how to use coffee waste to make green energy devices. These scientists included South Korean exchange student Jonghyun Choi as lead researcher with help of associate professor Ram Gupta.   Choi’s research was recently accepted in an international journal. The subject of Choi’s article is “Waste …

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Marching band prepares for football season during band camp

The Pride of the Plains Marching Band holds band camp every year for incoming freshmen as well as returning band members to gear up for the upcoming season. Band Camps was held from Monday August 12-16th.   “This is my fifth year,” said Lindsey Chambers, senior in music education. “We start with the basics and the …

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