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Royalty crowned to represent Gorillas

Finalizing the annual Yell Like Hell celebration, Gorilla royalty attendants filed onto the Carnie Smith Football Field for the 2018 crowning. The 2018 crowned royalty were Parker Welborn, king representing Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Desirae Hunt, queen representing Alpha Sigma Alpha. Attendants represented varying student organizations from Greek Life to …

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University journal reaches 60-year anniversary

Internationally and locally known university journal, The Midwest Quarterly, turned 60 this year since its origin in 1959. In celebration of this anniversary, university staff and faculty gathered in the Graduate & Continuing Studies room of Russ Hall Monday, Oct. 22 for cake and celebration. The Midwest Quarterly has featured …

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Kelce Hall: from high school to business college

From 1951 to now, Kelce Hall has seen its years and held a number of students. Though located on campus, until 1971, Kelce Hall was not part of Pittsburg State University—at the time, Kansas State Teacher’s College—but instead acted as a high school titled College High.  College High was built …

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Healthy fajitas

Ingredients 1 green bell pepper, sliced  1 orange bell pepper, sliced  3/4 onion, sliced  1 Roma tomato, diced  2-4 small mushrooms, diced  1 package fajita seasoning  2 tbsp. olive oil  dash salt  dash pepper  1 can kidney beans  shredded Colby-Jack cheese  small corn tortillas  sour cream (optional)    Instructions In …

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Layering with long sleeves

Fall’s atmosphere is here, which ensues long sleeves and close-toed shoes. Working with and adjusting to close-toed is much easier than layering with long sleeved shirts—especially when the weather is so fickle. With that said, layering while wearing long sleeves doesn’t need to be such a hassle! There are simple …

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Student Perspectives sale to benefit future opportunities

The Graphics Imaging Technology (GIT) department will place prints for sale from last semester’s Student Perspectives exhibit in the Bicknell Center Art Gallery to benefit student opportunities. The sale will take place Wednesday, Oct. 3, in the Overman Student Center in the Sunflower Room.   All proceeds from the sale will …

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No-bake protein energy balls 

Ingredients:  1 cup peanut butter  1 cup oats  1/4 cup flax seeds  1/4 cup dried cranberries  1-2 tbsp. honey  1/2 cup dark chocolate chips    Instructions:  To begin, combine the peanut butter, oats, flax seeds, dried cranberries, honey, and dark chocolate chips in a medium-sized bowl. If you wish to …

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Dellasega family chosen to honor PSU

Family Day honored the Dellasega family as the 2018 Pitt State Honorary Family.   The family participated in various events during Family Day, ending with a celebratory presentation at the night’s football game during halftime.   Anthony Dellasega, senior in accounting, nominated his family in honor of his maternal grandfather, who served …

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Fern hired to lead marketing, communication efforts

Abigail Fern has held positions of both education and marketing, though now she will hold position for both at Pitt State. Fern, hired as the university’s first ever Chief Marketing and Communication Officer (CMCO), will begin her position full-time Monday, Oct. 8.  As CMCO, Fern will lead the university’s marketing …

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How to dress up a T-shirt

As college life goes, the simplest outfit to throw together at last minute is the average T-shirt-jeans combination. Especially with fall finally approaching, this ensemble will become the most worn of the season. With that said, don’t just be one of the crowd in your average T-shirt and blue jeans, …

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