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Fab for the grad

April is here and that means May is only a few weeks away. With that comes the end of the school year and, of course, graduation! While it is not high school anymore, senior pictures are still prominent for college graduation. Since you can’t wear all your favorite outfits, how do you decide …

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Staying cool while staying professional

Knowing Kansas weather and the spring season, oftentimes it can become difficult to know how to dress for the week, especially when you also need or want to look professional—whether for work, school, etc. Mornings typically start out chilly, then in the afternoon the sun could be shining down hard, …

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Blevins speaks of feminism, motherhood, more

Pitt State lecturer Allison Blevins not only teaches on women and gender studies but also writes poetry on the subject. Blevins was featured as part of the Distinguished Visiting Writer’s Series Thursday, March 21, to read her work.  Blevins was the first author to visit campus this semester for the Distinguished Visiting …

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Put a ‘spring’ in your wardrobe

Spring has sprung, which means your wardrobe obviously needs a little spring in itself! Spring means letting your hair down and letting your toes (finally!) out to breathe and feel that fresh air. It is first advisable to remember that during springtime it often takes a month or two for …

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Surviving spring break

Spring break is here and no one is more excited than students with plans to travel and enjoy the week away from school and work. No matter where those over spring break decide to travel, there are certain things to keep in mind when packing.  When it comes to packing, …

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Peace activist brings ‘Free Hugs’ to PSU

Ken Nwadike has found passion in both running and peace activism, which he combined in order to begin the Free Hugs Project. Inspired to take action against violence after the devastation of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, Nwadike now uses the Free Hugs Project to spread peace and travels the country to speak on his experiences.  The Free …

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Organic professor lives ‘simple life’

Pittsburg State University’s sole organic chemistry professor, Charles (Jody) Neef, lives a life filled with more than just organic chemistry. Neef, who has taught at Pitt State for six-and-a-half years, is also an outdoor enthusiast and says his life is rather “simple.”   Neef said it is “interesting” being PSU’s sole organic chemistry professor, …

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PSU Alumni gather in Block22

Pittsburg State alumni members gathered in Pittsburg’s new downtown addition, Block22, for a Crawford Country Gorilla Gathering. The Gorilla Gathering included a dinner, an update on current PSU initiatives, and a tour of Block22.  Alumni Gorillas sported their PSU crimson and gold at the Gorilla Gathering, sponsored by the PSU …

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Polymer chemistry student receives national honors

For Lexington Peterson, sophomore in polymer chemistry and plastics engineering technology, representing Pittsburg State University in prestigious placements is nothing new. After receiving a 2018 summer internship, chosen as one of seven for the program, Peterson received another esteemed internship, this time in Chile.  Along with the internship, which Peterson will …

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Men take the carpet at the Oscar’s

Whoever said the Oscars was the time to shine must have been someone like Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Dior, or the like because the men stole the red carpet at this year’s award ceremony. Maybe it’s more that suits primarily stole the spotlight, as majority of the best dressed sported …

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