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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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How to: packing clothes for college

Packing for college can be an extremely stressful experience, but don’t make choosing which clothes to bring one of those stressors. When choosing what clothes you want to bring to college with you, think about only the essentials and as yourself, “Will I really wear this?” and think about if you have …

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Nature Reach leads camp for elementary students

Elementary age students received the opportunity to learn in-depth information about nature this summer at the Nature Reach summer camp.  The Nature Reach camp ran from Monday, June 24 to Friday, June 28 from 9 a.m. to noon with different themes for each day. Delia Lister, Nature Reach director, lead the camp …

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How to wear America

For this year’s Fourth of July, try wearing something that truly accentuates your personal style and own it! Whatever your personal style is, whether casual, classy, or otherwise, don’t worry on this festive holiday! Here are some tips on dressing up this year as both cute and classy but also comfy and casual, while still staying …

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Students adjust to campus with Pitt CARES

Incoming Gorillas gathered inside the Overman Student Center for Pitt CARES throughout June to become prepared for the upcoming semester.  Pitt CARES takes place annually each summer directly before classes begin in the fall in order to teach incoming students different things about the university, such as financial aid, housing, and more. …

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Pittsburg celebrates a Musical Soiree

As part of the Pittsburg Music Fest, Pittsburg residents and Pitt State students celebrated a Musical Soiree. The Soiree featured music from various composers, including one student and one faculty member.  Raul Munguia, professor of music, described a soiree as a celebration between musicians. The Soiree took place in the …

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Summer Music Fest gets jazzy

Jazz musicians and Pittsburg community members gathered inside the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts for the opening concert of the Pittsburg Summer Music Fest: Jazz Under the Stars.  Jazz Under the Stars featured two separate bands this year, comprised of a student jazz combo and a jazz big band. While the …

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Vegetarian breakfast burritos

Ingredients  2 eggs  3 vegetarian bacon strips  1/8 onion, diced  2-3 tbsp. milk  Dash basil  Dash onion powder  Dash garlic powder  Dash garlic salt  Dash salt  Dash pepper  Salsa, to taste  2 soft taco- or burrito-sized tortillas    Instructions  To begin, crack the two eggs in a bowl; whisk the …

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Pittsburg community celebrate Eid-al-Fitr

Students and community members gathered together to celebrate Eid–al-Fitr, the Festival of Breaking the Fast. The celebration took place from the evening of Monday, June 2 to the evening of Tuesday, June 3.  Eid-al-Fitr is one of two Eids celebrated, both Islamic holidays. The second Eid is Eid-al-Adha, which happens later in the year. Eid-al-Fitr marks the end …

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Childhood experience influences graduate’s career

Evan Greenwell will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in nursing this spring 2019 semester, his plan following was influenced by a childhood experience of his. In the seventh grade Greenwell caught fire, leading to a week spent in the Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City. This experience led to Greenwell attending …

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