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‘Love Goes’ is a newfound sound for Sam Smith

Sam Smith has been known for their freewheeling yet nonthreatening pop sound. However, Smith has become something new with their new album.  The album, released by Capitol Records on Oct. 30, features 17 tracks of varying lengths within the range of two to five minutes and encompassing approximately 57 minutes. The …

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PSU offering new design class focused on inclusion

The department of graphics and imaging technology (GIT) is now offering a design class aimed at expanding accessibility for consumers with disabilities.  The class was created by associate professor Andrea Kent-McConnaughey and she created the class to better serve consumers who may live with a visual impairment such as blindness. The …

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‘Freaky’ puts a horror twist on the classic comedy

“Freaky” is a spooky comedy retelling of the classic Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis comedy “Freaky Friday” and it will have you laughing all the way home.  The film, directed by Christopher Landon, stars Vince Vaughn as the serial killer, the Blissfield Butcher, opposite Kathryn Newton as Millie Kessler, an unpopular high school student who is constantly bullied. Kessler and …

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The election is over, the madness continues

Joseph R. Biden Jr has clinched the 270 Electoral College votes necessary to win his race for president of the United States, according to projections by every major news network, including the President’s own propaganda machine, Fox News. This has sparked a whole new crisis by major conservatives to undermine the results of …

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PSU partners with KCU to found dental school program

Pittsburg State University has founded a new partnership program with Kansas City University to assist pre-dental students.  PSU and Kansas City University (KCU) have fostered a partnerships program since 2002 with pre-med students but now, students interested in studying dental medicine can complete their degree in fewer years and stay closer to home, should …

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BSA hosts panel discussion on systemic racism and police brutality

The Black Student Association (BSA) hosted a panel discussion on a variety of systemic issues related to race including redlining, systemic racism in general, and protesting police brutality.  On Monday, Nov. 2 at 6 p.m., the (BSA) hosted a panel discussion on race entitled “Story on Repeat” in the Linda and Lee Scott Performance Hall at the Bicknell Family …

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