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American Sign Language Club promotes interculturalism 

Annabella Beachner Photojournalist  The American Sign Language Club is a university organization dedicated to creating a healthy learning experience for students on campus to promote the study and understanding of American Sign Language as well as deaf culture.   Meetings take place on Wednesdays at 6 p.m in Grubbs Hall 107. …

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Porter Hall features fiber-based art exhibition

“August Complex Fire” made by Susan Ferguson hangs in the We are the Change Exhibit in Porter Hall. The exhibit will be shown until Oct. 26. Annabella Beachner Porter Hall features an exhibit by Susan Ferguson, showcasing various pieces with messages covering environmental awareness and oceanic themes as part of …

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Bicknell Center announces 2022-2023 season

Image Courtesy of the Bicknell Center The Bicknell Family Center for the Arts announced their upcoming 2022-2023 season, featuring five shows from across the country and ranging from a live Broadway tour of “The Fiddler on the Roof” to the U.S. Navy Concert Band straight from Washington D.C.  The Bicknell …

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GAB hosts Cosmic Mini Golf

Sophi Emling, junior in nursing, takes on the second mini golf course in GAB’s Cosmic Mini Golf event held on Mar. 1 in the Overman Student Center Ballroom. Neon lights were put up throughout the room and the hallway, and snacks and drinks were provided for attending students. Caleb Oswell …

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SGA turns to allocations

The Student Government Association held their weekly meeting on February 16, 2022. The meeting discussed resolutions regarding trigger warnings on display cases, as well as spring allocations. After Roll call, officer reports began. President Brenner started off by mentioning that she was working on the freedom of expression project, and …

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College of Education hosts Teacher Interview Day

Teacher Interview Day was held by the College of Education on February 15, 2022. The event consisted of education majoring students being interviewed by 75 different school districts in search of future teachers in need of a job. The College of Education hosts this interview day annually in February. The …

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Stefanoni family purchases Root Coffeehouse

Brad Stefanoni, co-owner of Root, takes an order for a customer in Root Coffee House on Feb. 1. Alyssa Tyler On December 1st, 2021, the Stefanoni family bought the community and campus favorite spot, Root Coffeehouse. After owning it for two months, the Stefanonis have big plans to keep Root …

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PSU hosts Rondelli Voice Competition

Madison Westervelt, senior in vocal music education, sings as the third mezzo soprano of the voice competition on Saturday, Jan. 29. Students were seperated by voice types for judging in the Rondelli Classical Voice Competition. Caleb Oswell On January 29th, Pittsburg State University hosted the 5th Annual Barbara Rondelli Kansas …

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SCMS resumes with Benjamin Appl recital

Benjamin Appl, a german baritone, sings in McCray Hall during the SCMS concert held on Jan. 28. Appl is well known for study under Dietrich Fischer Dieskau. Caleb Oswell On January 28th, 2022, Benjamin Appl, a world-renown German baritone, performed a concert in the Sharon Kay Dean Recital Hall in …

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