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Letter to the Editor—Voting by Mail

Joe Bialek  Voting by mail should replace voting at the polls in its entirety. The two institutions that can definitely be trusted is the County Board of Elections and the United States Postal Service. The money saved by eliminating the need for poll workers could be used to offer free postage on the envelopes used to vote by mail. …

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World News

Britain   Dinosaur bone found in Scotland  A 166-million-year-old dinosaur bone has been discovered on the Scottish Isle of Eigg. Scientist Elsa Panciroli was running to meet her paleontology research team when she discovered the bone. The bone is thought to be the limb bone of a stegosaurian dinosaur and is now in the collections of National …

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Advice from Professors

James Oliver, art professor, chair   I have several bits of advice:  Try to set a schedule and stick to it.  By this I mean go to class and schedule time to work on classes. Actively set yourself up to work ahead in classes and time management will be easier…  Get …

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Turf project nears completion; stadium to re-open to public soon

Courtesy of PSU Marketing and Communication department A project to replace the turf field at Pittsburg State University’s Carnie Smith Stadium will wrap up soon and the stadium will re-open to the public.  The project, which began on June 22, is being funded by Freeman Health System of Joplin, Missouri.  …

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Kelce gets innovative to ensure spacing, traffic flow

Courtesy of PSU Marketing and Communication department   Q. How is one of most heavily trafficked colleges at Pittsburg State University working this summer to ensure students and faculty are able to complete coursework amidst the COVID-19 pandemic when school resumes this fall?    A. Kelce College of Business Dean Paul Grimes began …

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College of Technology implements best practices

Courtesy of PSU Marketing and Communication department   Q. How is one of the most hands-on colleges at Pittsburg State University working this summer to ensure students and faculty are able to complete coursework amidst the COVID-19 pandemic when school resumes this fall?    A. Each week this summer, College of Technology …

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Comedian entertains audience through modern humor

Smokey the Bear, scary movies, and tall people problems are just a few of the topics that Lafayette Wright, comedian, used to entertain his audience at the U-Club. Wright held a show on Wednesday, March 5 at 7 p.m. that was sponsored by Gorilla Activities Board (GAB) with a fry bar and mocktails as …

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Kansas Undergraduate Vocalists Compete in Voice Competition

Competitions take preparation and work from dedicated competitors that participate to see their determination pay off. On Saturday March 7, vocalist took part in the fourth annual “Barbara Rondelli Kansas Statewide Classical Voice Competition.” The event took place from 10 a.m. to 6p.m., in the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts. During this competition, undergraduate vocalist from the state of Kansas competed …

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Technology center showcases college and career opportunities

A diverse world of possibilities was presented to students who were interested in discovering their path towards a field in technology.  The College of Technology (COT) hosted more than 600 students from 36 schools, 200 of which were from the local middle school, high school and community college on Friday, March 6 from 8:30 a.m. to 12 …

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