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Students’ senior project assists handicapped

Seven mechanical and manufacturing engineering technology seniors are going in a new direction with their senior project this year. The group is creating a design that will provide an experience of a lifetime to those who are handicap.  Seniors Mitchell Yeomans—project lead—Joshua Alstatt, Ayman Alsunay, Trey Byrne, Adam Fogle, Nick Haynes, and Devin Lynn have worked since the …

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Fashion relives its history

Fashion seems to be experiencing some major déjà vu, which is prominently expressed in most major retail stores upon stepping foot through their door. While this means that past stylistic decades—such as the rocker ‘60s, hippie ‘70s and ‘80s, and spunky ‘90s, though thankfully not the cringy 2000s—are making their comeback …

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Legislative update focuses on higher education

PSU President Steve Scott and chief strategy officer Shawn Naccarato led the first 2019 town hall legislative update for Pitt State staff and faculty last week. The pair presented information on the current legislative session and its affects on the university and community.  Scott started the legislative update by discussing how the university decides …

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Students and community ‘Explore’ outer space

Pitt State’s Kelce Planetarium, housed in Yates Hall, was gateway to outer space through film “Explore” for its bi-weekly showing.  This week’s show held Tuesday, Feb. 12, featured various items of outer space from constellations to the Voyager trips. Easton Morrill, Kelce Planetarium head presenter, is also a double major in …

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Grabbin’ the Grammy on the red carpet

This year’s Grammy’s blew people away all over the nation from Grammy winners to red carpet looks. Let’s see who grabbed the Grammy on the red carpet for 2019.  The Grammy’s red carpet featured a multitude of sleeks and pinks for both female and male celebrities. From Cardi B holding …

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City meets country

Do you ever want to join your friends for a night out at the local country club, but country just isn’t your style? Everyone knows you basically have to wear boots to a country club, so what can you do about it—you don’t want to stick out too much! Don’t worry, there is a way …

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Axe Library receives grant to fund symposium

Kansas Humanities recently awarded Pittsburg State’s Leonard H. Axe Library with a grant to fund their upcoming spring symposium. The Axe Library will use this $3,175 grant to support their symposium titled “The Little Blue Books at 100: Haldeman-Julius’s Revolutionary Publishing Venture.”  The symposium will take place March 29-30, featuring various speakers and …

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Hop into hoops (again)

Accessorizing often is a difficult task, especially when you have no idea where to start. Not every accessory is for everyone, which makes it even more difficult, though this season making that decision has become easier.  As fashion goes, this season has taken a blast to the past, as hoop earrings, or …

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Healthier banana bread

Ingredients:  2 cups flour  1 tsp. baking soda  1/4 tsp. salt  1/2 cup butter  3/4 cup brown sugar  2 eggs, beaten  4 average-sized overripe bananas, mashed  1/2 tsp. cinnamon  1/8 tsp. nutmeg  2 tsp. vanilla flavoring  1/2 cup nuts (optional)  1/2 cup chocolate chips (optional)    Instructions:  To begin, preheat the oven to 350 …

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Evolution of the Student Center

The Jack H. Overman Student Center sits in the heart of Pittsburg State’s campus, acting as a gathering space for students over decades. Since its opening in 1951, the Student Center has evolved in numerous ways.  Steve Cox, curator of special collections and university archives, shared his knowledge about the …

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