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Alpha Phi Alpha hosts Alpha Week

Events are held on campus weekly and this week was no different.   From Monday, Nov. 11 to Thursday, Nov. 14 the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity hosted their ‘Alpha Week’ around campus. Alpha Week is full of events where they interact with other students on campus and create awareness for their fraternity. Some of their events include Let’s Talk Safe, Trap …

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Campus Activities hosts Quiz Bowl

Every year, the Campus Activities Center (CAC) holds the Quiz Bowl tournament and at 6 p.m, on Saturday, Nov. 9, students gathered in teams in the Overman Student Center to compete in this year’s tournament.  Game questions cover a range of topics from history and science to sports and popular culture. Some of the teams came …

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Student collects donations for youth aging out of foster care

Senior social work student Allyson Bence is collecting hygiene products for youth aging out of the foster care system for her senior project. Bence has a goal of filling 50 bags of products such as shampoo, body wash, toothpaste, toothbrush, and deodorant.   “It really means a lot to me because I was …

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Military Appreciation event held in Gorilla Village

On Saturday, Nov. 2, the PSU Alumni and Constituent Relations held the Military Appreciation Day event at Gorilla Village in conjunction with the football game against Missouri Western.   During the tailgating, family and friends have the opportunity to take part in a variety of activities. Some of those included giving away PSU hats for veterans, face painting from the ROTC, and making …

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Alpha Psi Omega hosts Lip Sync Battle

While not everyone has the gift of a good singing voice, everyone can have the opportunity to express themselves through lip-syncing.   On Tuesday, Nov. 5, Alpha Psi Omega hosted their biannual ‘Lip Sync Battle.’ The event took place at 7 p.m. in the U-Club in the Overman Student Center.   During this event, students performed some of their favorite songs in …

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PSU alumnus to be inducted into ROTC Hall of Fame

Tim Senecaut is a 1989 Pitt State alumnus and a graduate of the ROTC program. He also serves as the newly installed advisor to the PSU Student Veterans Organization and a member of the PSU Veterans Memorial Advisory Committee.   Senecaut was determined to be a part of the military due to his family’s history of service. His …

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HHPR hosts 99th Annual Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention

From Wednesday, Oct. 23 to Friday, Oct. 25, PSU’s Health, Human Performance, and Recreation (HHPR) Department held the 99th Annual Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (KAHPERD) Convention in the Student Recreation Center.   The three-day convention consisted of fields such as physical education, exercise science, dance, and recreation, where the professionals and students come together do discuss the best practices, advancements, and the traditional …

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Students perform old-fashioned radio show

The audio production class in the communication program is putting on an old-fashioned radio show called, “Tall Tales of the Dangerously Daffy and Definitely Delusional.”   The students will be performing two stories they have adapted from Aaron Shepard. They are using Foley sound effects, which are live sound effects created by everyday objects. The …

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Computer information systems and graphic communication students compete in Code-a-thon

Competitions can be nerve-wracking as they keep the audience on their toes, waiting for the competitors to make their next move and even more nerve-wracking for competitors.   Over the weekend, computer information systems (CIS) and graphic communication majors competed against other schools in “Code-a-Thon,” an event hosted by the Kansas City Federal Reserve. During this competition, students …

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Second Annual Haunted Lit Crawl

On Thursday, Oct. 24 the second annual Haunted Lit Crawl was held. Students and faculty of Pitt State submitted Halloween themed stories or poems, and the ones that were chosen were read at the event. The event was open to the public, and people were encouraged to dress up in their Halloween costumes. The …

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