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Office of Student Diversity hosts Martin Luther King vigil

Deatrea Rose, assistant vice president for student life and senior diversity officer, answers questions during an interview at the MLK vigil on Jan. 17. The Candlelight Vigil is held in the Oval at night to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Alyssa Tyler Students, staff, and the Pittsburg community were invited …

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NASA hosts relearning thanksgiving

Blake Johnson, junior in creative writing and NASA president, prepares the sample food boxes at the relearning Thanksgiving event on Nov. 30 in Dellinger Underground. Alyssa Tyler The Native American Association (NASA) hosted, ‘Relearning Thanksgiving’ at Dellinger Underground on Nov. 30. “This is Relearning Thanksgiving. This is a three-sample box …

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New age poetry and its rise with social media

The rise of social media has led to many things. The ability to share photos with families and friends is now just a click away. Businesses soon joined the social media train, and it is no wonder when artists began to use it to share their work as well. Art …

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Honors College gives community service through ‘Pitt Project’

Jenna Kendrick, senior in nursing, waits for instructions to volunteer for Pitt Project outside the Axe Library on Nov. 13. Alyssa Tyler The event, Pitt Project included 102 volunteers working on 21 different jobs around the Pittsburg area. The event started on Nov. 13 after being rescheduled from the original …

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Feldman teaches ballet masterclass.

Ballet Instructor Yana Feldman instructs a dance master class featuring ballet on Nov. 11. Alyssa Tyler The dance program at PSU held a ballet masterclass instructed by adjunct dance professor and owner of Pittsburg Ballet, Yana Feldman. The class was instructed on Nov. 9 at the Student Recreation Center. “(I …

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NASA, Q-Space, GSA, SVP host Two-Spirit Education Event

Stephanie Spitz, campus victim’s advocate, explains the goals of SVP at the two-spirit event hosted at the Kansas Technology Center. Alyssa Tyler The Native American Student Association (NASA), Students for Violence Protection (SVP), Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA), and Q-Space came together and hosted a two-spirit education event on Nov. 4 …

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Sexual Assault takes place on campus

On Oct. 21 at 12:30 a.m, University Police were notified of an alleged sexual assault that occurred on campus. Officers immediately began collecting information from the victim and began investigating. This is the first sexual assault that has been reported to University Police that has resulted in the victim wanting …

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Center of READing helps kids with reading disabilities

Riley Rickman, graduate student in psychology, demonstrates how to play connect four in the READing Center on Oct. 26. Alyssa Tyler The center for Reading at Pittsburg State University was created in 1996, and for the past 21 years they have focused on helping kids with their reading skills.                                      “We …

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