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GAB hosts ‘Murder Mystery Dinner’

Noah Sherwood, freshman in biology, is picked to play the part of the rookie detective during the Murder Mystery Night hosted by GAB on Oct. 26 in the Bicknell Family Center. Alyssa Tyler Students were asked to decide “whodunit” at a murder mystery dinner event sponsored by the Gorilla Activities …

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SVP hosts alcohol education fair

Bailey Leritz, junior in geography and sustainability, plays ‘drunk’ cornhole at the alcohol education fair on Oct. 2o. Players would wear ‘drunk’ goggles that mess with their depth perception to show how alcohol affects sight. Alyssa Tyler Students for Violence Protection hosted an alcohol education fair during National Collegiate Alcohol …

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Shelly Schroer and Michael Gray named 2021 Outstanding Alumni

Alumni Shelly Schroer and Michael Gray were recently awarded Outstanding Alumni for 2021. Schroer received her MBA in 2002 while Michael Gray graduated in 2003 with a political science degree. Schroer is currently a Chief Financial Officer for Common Spirit health and Gray is a house attorney for Watco.  The …

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GSA promotes diversity and inclusion

Wren Lowery, senior in biology and GSA president, works on GSA planning while in the Gender Resource Center. Alyssa Tyler Pittsburg State University offers a variety of clubs and one of those is the Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA). This organization has been at PSU since 2010. “Honestly, it’s a …

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SVP hosts Escalation Workshop and discussion

Stephanie Spitz, campus victim advocate, leads a discussion on Oct. 6 for the SVP’s Escalation Workshop. Alyssa Tyler SVP hosted a workshop on escalation and discussion on Oct. 6 in the governor’s room of the Overman Student Center.  “The escalation workshop is a video and conversation workshop that was made …

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Reproductive rights protest takes place on Pritchett Plaza

A group of protestors carries signs and chants callbacks while marching for reproductive rights in downtown Pittsburg on Oct. 2. Alyssa Tyler On Oct. 2 starting at Pritchett Plaza, a reproductive rights march began at 3 p.m. and continued down Second Street to Eleventh and back. The protest just one …

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HOT hosts la celebración for Hispanic Heritage Month

President of Hispanics of Today; Carlos Palestino, senior in plastics engineering; gives opening remarks for the celebration marking the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month on Sept. 15. Hispanic Heritage Month began on Sept. 15 and will goes until Oct. 15. Alyssa Tyler Oct. 15, Hispanics of Today (HOT) hosted …

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Axe hosts 9/11 exhibit from national memorial

Freshman and communication major Morgan Kastelan reads the 9/11 exhibit at the Axe Library. The exhibit will remain open until Sept. 24 in remembrance of the 2001 terrorist attacks. Alyssa Tyler The Axe Library opened an exhibit based around 9/11 on Sept. 1, the exhibit will be open until Sept. …

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RHA Hosts ‘Grocery Bingo’

Olivia Holman, freshman in biology and management, fills in Emma Polly’s, freshman in nursing, bingo board. Polly won the fifth game of grocery bingo. Alyssa Tyler On Aug. 18, 2021, at 7 p.m, the Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosted Grocery Bingo for the first time for students who live on …

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