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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery hits the big screen 

Himika Akram reporter  Does anyone remember the super entertaining murder mystery “Knives Out” from 2019? Well, the sequel is here. Director Rian Johnson’s sequel Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” clearly shows he absolutely had a ball while making this “whodunnit” film; this time with a whole new case, cast, …

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Native American Student Association Hosts a Thanksgiving Dinner 

Curtis Meyer, Reporter  The Native American Student Association (NASA) held a “Relearning Thanksgiving Dinner” at the Pitt State Alumni center. With free food that displayed the history and culture of Native Americans, there was plenty of opportunity to gain experience about some traditional Native American dishes.  “Tonight, we did a …

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Julian Assange and What He Means for Free Speech 

Lucas Corbin reporter  Monday November 27, five major media companies, including the New York Times and The Guardian, published an open letter calling for the expungement of Julian Assange’s charges, stating: “Obtaining and disclosing sensitive information, when necessary, in the public interest is a core part of the daily work …

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Pitt State falls to Ferris State, ends playoff hopes 

Curtis Meyer reporter  It all came down to the wire last Saturday, as the Pittsburg State Gorillas traveled to Grand Rapids, Michigan to face the Ferris State Bulldogs in the playoffs. Despite a monumental effort by the defense, Pitt State was ultimately unable to tie it on a field goal …

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Pitt State falls at home in pitt classic 

Curtis Meyer, Reporter  John Lance Arena in the Garfield Weede building was home to basketball on the evenings of November 18 and 19, with the Pitt State Classic. Four teams played, Quincy State University, University of Illionois-Springfield (UIS), and MIAA rival Missouri Southern.   MSSU tipped off first, playing UIS at …

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Pitt State to take on UIndy in first round of playoffs 

Curtis Meyer reporter  The first round of playoff football will be held here in Pittsburg, with the Gorillas facing the University of Indianapolis Greyhounds, who are 9-1, and winners of their conference, the Great Lakes Valley Conference.  Coming from a smaller conference than Pitt, only six of their nine games …

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Kansas elects split ticket of candidates 

Lucas Corbin reporter  Last Tuesday, Kansas Republicans narrowly upheld their supermajority in Topeka, losing one seat in the State House. Democrats now hold forty seats in the House; it would require forty-two votes to override their two-thirds supermajority vote.   Despite the constituency’s support of Republican legislators, Governor Laura Kelly was …

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Gorillas defeat Fort Hays at home

 Tim Chik, sports reporter  Pitt State completed a perfect regular season with a 35-14 win over Fort Hays State.   To start off the game, the Gorillas won the coin toss and decided to defer, the Fort Hays Tigers’ scored first. They drove down the field and their drive was …

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Only one way to heaven?  

Curtis Meyer reporter  For many students, and the world in general, the topic of religion is taboo in society. Afraid of disturbing the peace, appearing judgmental, or just they are scared of looking like a nut-job like many Christians today. Those are content to live out their lives keeping the …

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