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Students, community present artwork at Artwalk

Pittsburg’s biannual Artwalk took place this past weekend, featuring community and student artwork. Booths, animals, art, music, food, and community members filled Pittsburg’s downtown for the spring Artwalk.  The Artwalk took place Friday, April 26, at which students and the community alike had the opportunity to present their various works. Booths set up through downtown, …

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Out with the old and in with the pantsuit

Everyone will need those go-to outfits for the upcoming summer, and not to mention to wear to support the graduates! This summer try something new and get rid of those typical dresses everyone wears. Instead, try out something a big different than usually with a pantsuit instead!  Now, there are …

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Author reads fiction, depicts fatherhood

The Distinguished Visiting Writer’s Series hosted their final visiting writer for the spring semester last Thursday. Michael Czyniejewski visited Pittsburg State Thursday, April 18 to read his fictional short stories.  Czyniejewski read stories that he called “dad stuff,” depicting his life as a father. He has published two books with short stories called …

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Summer fashion is on its way

It’s about time to say “good riddance” to classes and “hello gorgeous” to summer sun! With that said, you have to make sure you’re also staying up-to-date with what’s the latest and greatest within the fashion world—you want to shine your brightest this summer, don’t you?  Summer has a handful of prime …

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Earth Day celebrated in the Oval

Pitt State’s Students for Sustainability organized an Earth Day celebration that took place in the Oval Monday. The celebration was an Earth Day Expo, featuring student organizations and groups from the Pittsburg community.  The Earth Day Expo included various groups with informational handouts and posters to other activities like bicycles …

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Gupta, notable polymer chemist: committed to work, recognized for research

Polymer chemistry professor Ram Gupta represents Pittsburg State in many outlets through his research, which has received notable recognition. Alongside teaching and leading Pitt State students toward environment friendly polymer chemistry usages, Gupta also produces consistent nationally known research.  “Of course (I am) very happy,” Gupta said. “So we publish also lots …

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Holi celebrates colors, diversity, seasons

The Indian Student Association (ISA) brought their traditional festival of colors to Pittsburg State again to celebrate with both international and domestic students.   ISA hosted Holi, the festival of colors, Saturday, April 6, in the Carnie Smith Stadium parking lot. The festival was filled with music, colors, and fun for …

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PSU dance minor organizes hip-hop workshop

Pittsburg State’s dance minor program organized a free hip-hop workshop for students, both beginner and intermediate, led by an Oklahoma City dance company.  Oklahoma City dance studio Men of Race travelled to Pittsburg Thursday, April 4, to lead a free hip-hop workshop for all PSU students interested. The workshop consisted …

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Gorilla Pantry new leader to fight food insecurity

The Gorilla Pantry, located in Whitesitt 310, recently found new leadership. This semester Taylor Panczer, Campus Activities Center’s (CAC) program coordinator who oversees prevention & wellness, also added to her list of titles and duties to oversee the Gorilla Pantry.  Panczer took the role this January and has since began working toward …

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Therpeutic recreation students plan ‘Day of Play’

Children and adults with disabilities within the surrounding area had an opportunity to visit the Pittsburg State recreation center to participate in the first ever ‘TR-Iffic Day of Play’. The TR-Iffic Day of Play was organized by PSU therapeutic recreation students, mimicking their previous event TR-Iffic Field Day.  Eight therapeutic recreation students, along with assistant health, …

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