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Alpha Gamma Delta holds Week of Service

Paige Unruh, junior in nursing and president of Alpha Gamma Delta, is interviewed on Feb. 21 about the Week of Service done the week before. Alyssa Tyler The sorority Alpha Gamma Delta volunteered at a variety of community service events and organizations throughout their Week of Service. Week of Service …

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PSU opera performs “Susanna’s Secret”

Theresa Fischer and Xavier Moore, graduate students in vocal performance, sing together at the Sunday showing of Secreto di Suzanna on Feb. 13. Alyssa Tyler The PSU opera program performed live for the first time in two years at the Bicknell Center on Feb. 11. and Feb. 13. “This past …

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You have the power to start over, whenever you want

I have spent a large part of my entire life in a gym, from going to the daycare when I was younger, to running laps with my parents around the indoor track, to getting my first job in the same daycare I attended, and to finally finding my own passion …

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English organizations come together to create bookmarks

Sai Im-Iam, senior in professional writing, works to help promote the english club by making promotional bookmarks on Monday, Feb. 7. Megan Brownell Sigma Tau Delta (English honors society) and Blank Page collaborated to create bookmarks for a future club recruitment drive. The event was held on Feb. 7 in …

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It’s your life and your responsibility

As I have grown from a child to a teenager to a very young adult, I have learned many things. Some of these things were hard to swallow and hard to accept. Others seem to be so natural, so obvious to me that it also confused me to no end …

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SVP hosts “Breaking the Chains for Human Trafficking”

Wren Lowery, senior in biology and student coordinator of SVP, sets up during the Breaking the Chains of Human trafficking on Tuesday Feb. 1. Alyssa Tyler Students for Violence Prevention (SVP) recently hosted its fifth annual, “Breaking the Chains of Human Trafficking” event. The event was hosted in the Crimson …

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Spitz leaves PSU as Campus Victim Advocate

Stephanie Spitz has resigned from Pittsburg State University as the Campus Victim Advocate. Spitz was also the advisor for Students for Violence Protection (SVP) along with her role as helping those who have experienced sexual assault.  The administration is currently looking for someone to replace the position. “The information that …

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What has journalism become?

When I was fourteen years old, I took my first journalism class, and instantly fell in love. I had always had a passion and joy for writing. But journalism was something that seemed to come so naturally. I loved chasing for answers, asking the hard questions, and working on something …

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