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Multi-Generational Chorus presents “You’re Gonna Love This”

Performers of the Multi-Generational Chorus Concert raise their hands and sing during the first song of the concert in Bicknell Center on Jan. 23. Caleb Oswell Pittsburg’s Multi-Generational Chorus, a performance group made up of Pittsburg High School students, community members, and a live band of all ages, recently entertained …

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Black Student Association promotes diversity and community

Students searching for a space that centers around inclusivity and community interaction might find their niche with the Black Student Association (BSA), an organization at Pittsburg State University that holds several events for students while aiming to encourage positive experiences and general campus awareness about issues impacting the Black community. …

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Enactus combines sustainability with entrepreneurial mindset

Tucker Jessip, sophomore in business management and president of ENACTUS, stands in front of a display of awards given to the organization inside of the Kelce Center on Tuesday, Jan. 18. ENACTUS is an entrepreneurial organization aimed at helping students be successful in businesses and companies. Dominic Santiago In a …

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Covert-Miller leads award-winning Special Olympics collaboration

Laura Covert-Miller talks about the Special Olympics in the Student Recreation Center on Nov. 29. Covert-Miller is being honored by the Special Olympics. Alyssa Tyler Laura Covert-Miller, university professor of health, human performance, and recreation, recently led Pittsburg State University to receive the 2021 Southeast Kansas Organization of the Year …

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Students experience Bafá Bafá Cultural Simulation

Lucy Holland explains what she observed of Beta Group to Alpha Group in the Baja Baja cultural simulation on Nov. 9. The groups attempted to figure out traits of the other group throughout the event. Caleb Oswell Grant Moss, professor of Spanish, and Emely Monsour, assistant director of student diversity …

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PSU divides HEERF III funds among students

Since the COVID-19 pandemic first struck the United States, the United States Federal Government has provided millions upon millions of dollars to higher education in the form of the CARES Act and its subsequent sections. Recently, Pittsburg State University received the third set of these payments and divided the money …

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Library hosts University Authors Reception

Many professors from Kelce College of Business attended the Author Reception to support their collegue, Donald Baack, professor of business. Baack’s textbooks are used as tools of education in over 60 countries. Libby Davis Each year several university faculty and staff have various works published in a variety of books, …

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Why chose print in a digital world?

With the rise of the Amazon Kindle, the smartphone, and a million other ways to traverse the written word via screen, the world seems to be slowly moving towards a completely digital existence. However, there are still some aspects of traditional ink-on-paper printing that digital media just can’t match. Take, …

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