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Getting spooky for ‘Spooktober’

Spooky season is upon us and everyone needs to know the ins and outs of dressing their spookiest for October. When dressing for October, it is highly suggested to wear all things spooky, which means skulls, pumpkins or Jack-O-Lanterns, black cats, candy corn, and anything else that is Halloween-related.  There are …

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Getting ready for game day

Everyone wants to look their game day best when supporting their team for football game days, but sometimes it’s hard to decide between all of your clothes to know what to wear. Fret no more, for soon you will be game day ready—fashion-wise.   First things first, you always want to make sure …

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Bishop presents Emmet Memorial Lecture

As part of the 26th Victor J. Emmett Memorial Lecture, literary scholar Andrew Bishop presented his lecture titled “Insensibility or ‘Vicious Sympathy?’ What to Feel About Animal Pain According to The Island of Dr. Moreau.”   Students, staff, and faculty gathered in the Governor’s Room of the Overman Student Center Thursday, Sept. 12 to …

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How to dress for fall in excessive heat

Fall is only a week away, but the weather does not seem to think so. With 90-degree heat, how can you possibly celebrate fall properly? There are certain ways you can dress for the excessive heat while still looking ready for fall.  The first things to remember are the key factors …

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Pittsburg paints the town red

In leading up to Pitt State’s opening home football game, the city of Pittsburg and Pitt State are celebrating with Paint the Town Red. This week, community members and students, staff and faculty, alike will paint the town red and gold to this year’s theme “Gus’ Excellent Adventure.”  Paint the …

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A look into fabulous fall

With September here and August behind us, that means fall is just right around the corner, ready to peek in for a chilly bite. Are you ready for fall? More importantly, is your wardrobe ready for fall 2019?  Fall 2019 is bringing with it a load of new styles ready …

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Student assists with art installation

The University Gallery, seated inside Porter Hall, recently opened with a new art exhibit by Stephen Watson. Watson’s exhibit features an installation which he received help with from Victoria Lemke, senior in 3D art.  Watson is an assistant art professor at Samford University and recently travelled to Pitt State to present a …

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Oliver appointed to Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission

Jamie Oliver wears many hats, ranging from chair of PSU’s art department to landscape painter, and can now add one more. Governor Laura Kelly recently appointed Oliver to the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission.   “It’s exciting to be appointed by the governor to the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission, I’m …

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Convocation kicks off fall semester

Convocation kicked off the fall semester with help of President Scott and all faculty and staff. This semester’s convocation welcomed faculty and staff from all departments of campus.  Convocation took place Thursday, August 15 in the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts for a campus-wide welcome before classes start the …

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Student uses coffee waste research for green purposes

Kansas Polymer Research Center scientists have determined how to use coffee waste to make green energy devices. These scientists included South Korean exchange student Jonghyun Choi as lead researcher with help of associate professor Ram Gupta.   Choi’s research was recently accepted in an international journal. The subject of Choi’s article is “Waste …

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