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The Collegio needs your input 

Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  Pittsburg State University is a diverse place. It’s a location where countless of diverse cultures, religions, political ideations, socioeconomic incomes, etc., can all come together in one place. Throughout my year here at The Collegio, we have mentioned repeatedly about guest columns, and guest articles, …

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Misleading voting information hits KS and five other states  

Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  On Sunday night, Grace Garrett, sophomore in political science, and others received a text message from the group, Voting Futures. The text message included her exact address and her voting location; however, the voting location was wrong.   For some Pittsburg State University students, the text …

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PSU Theater Presents: Once Upon a Mattress 

The cast of ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ perform Tuesday night in rehearsal on Oct. 25. The musical is a version of the ‘Princess and the Pea,’ and will be performed for the general public from the 27th-31st. Caleb Oswell Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  The Pittsburg State University Theater is …

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PSU Alumni participate in book signing 

O’Gene Bicknell talks to Mike Schinder about his childhood while their publisher, Bob Snodgrass, listens on Oct. 22. The authors were invited by Books and Burrow to chat and mingle with community members and sign releases of their books. Alyssa Tyler Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  Books & Burrow, a …

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Students complete Mental Health Training 

Alyssa Tyler copy editor  Students were invited to join the Office of Wellness Education to complete Mental Health First Aid Training. A program compared to CPR or First Aid, but instead of focusing on physical health, this training focuses on what to do during mental health challenges and crises.   “The …

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Workout for your happiness, not your weight 

Alyssa Tyler copy editor  For many of us, working out has been a way to lose weight, to be skinnier, to take up less space. Throughout the 90s the idea of “Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” plagued our mothers, aunts, and grandmothers. Making them think, women specifically, are …

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Student Rec hosts ‘Buti Yoga’ 

Students and faculty members participate in ‘Buti Yoga’ on Oct. 10 at the Student Recreation Center. Sarah Linville instructed the course. Alyssa Tyler Alyssa Tyler copy editor  Students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to join graduate assistant of group fitness Sarah Linville for the weekly class of ‘Buti …

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GSA hosts ‘Queer Arts and Crafts Fair’ 

Alyssa Tyler copy editor  Nine different small businesses were invited to the first ever ‘Queer Arts and Crafts Fair’ on Oct. 4. Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) hosted the event in the Oval from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.   “Today is the Queer Arts and Crafts Fair, and it’s basically …

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Your mental health isn’t an excuse to hurt others 

Alyssa Tyler copy editor  Growing up, I was surrounded by countless people with undiagnosed psychological disorders. Ranging from anxiety and depression to bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. While growing up, I was able to see the first-hand ebb and flows and the highs and lows of mental illness. From …

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