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Spinach lasagna 

Ingredients 1 box lasagna noodles  1 16 oz. container cottage cheese  1 cup Parmesan cheese  1 bag frozen spinach, thawed  1/4 cup sour cream  1 large jar tomato/spaghetti sauce  1/2 tbsp. minced garlic  2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese  1 tsp. garlic powder  1/2 tbsp. basil  1 cup water  dash salt  …

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Fiction author mixes modern and mythology

Pitt State featured fiction writer and poet Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg as the 2018 fall semester’s first distinguished visiting writer.   Mirriam-Goldberg, author of 23 published books, read excerpts from her most recent novel “Mirriam’s Well: A Modern Day Exodus” as part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers Series.  Students, staff, and faculty gathered …

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Kickin’ it with autumn boots

As fall slowly emerges to chill the summer air, likewise boots and booties emerge again as well. This fall, as with most falls, boots and booties will dominate the fashion game, though this year expect something new.  This fall season will bring back the often overlooked pointed-toe style. While round …

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How to successfully create a new style

When it comes to fashion, one of the main things is taking chances. This means wearing that outfit you love but feel others may look at you strangely for. Or pairing together two (or three!) patterns you’ve never worn together before. Fashion is constantly growing and changing with it, which …

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Hanson hired as student accommodations coordinator

Pitt State alumna Kerri Hanson is returning to the Jungle, this time as the university’s new Center for Accommodations coordinator.   Hanson graduated in 1998 with a degree in psychology and minor in developmental disabilities. She returned in 2014 to receive her master’s in family counseling, graduating in May 2018. Now, …

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Violence creates culture of desensitization

Last year saw a total of 346 mass shootings in the U.S. alone, according to an ABC15 news article. And as of Aug. 26, this year has seen 234 mass shootings, and it’s not even September yet.   A ‘mass shooting’ is defined by the FBI as an incident at which …

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Simple cinnamon apple pie

Ingredients 1 2-pack uncooked piecrust  1 20 oz. can apple pie filling  2 tbsp. cinnamon  1/2 tbsp. nutmeg  1 tbsp. brown sugar  1/2 tbsp. sugar  1 egg white    Instructions To begin, locate a typical pie pan—preferably glass, as it will cook more evenly—and spray it lightly with cooking spray. …

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Donaldson admitted to director of admissions

Scott Donaldson, Riverton native, was named the university’s new director of admissions, and he said he is excited to start on several goals for the academic year.   “… What I would say right away is immediately my goal to make sure this office is a friendly office to come to, …

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Overman marks a century

Jack H. Overman first stepped foot on Pitt State’s campus in 1936, and 82 years later he continues to be an integral part of the university as he plans to celebrate his 100th birthday on campus Thursday.   A yell leader at Pittsburg High School for three years, Overman joined the …

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At-home pizza bagels

Ingredients 1 whole regular sized plain or everything bagel, cut in half  4 tbsp. marinara sauce  1/3 cup spinach, cut  1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese  2 tbsp. diced tomatoes  2 tbsp. diced onions    Instructions To start off these quick, homemade pizza bagels cut either a plain or everything bagel in …

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