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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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Women’s appreciation month honored with empowerment and self-care

Women’s appreciation month is celebrated throughout the month of March by women who gather together in solidarity of one another and to help bring awareness to issues they face within society.   As part of the celebration, the Black Student Association (BSA) partnered with Students for Violence Prevention (SVP) to host women crushing it Wednesday …

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“Spenser Confidential” hits number 1 on Netflix

Recently released on Netflix starring Mark Wahlberg is “Spenser Confidential.” This film is full of suspense, action and comedy. Directed by Peter Berg, “Spenser Confidential” is perfect when you’re feeling the need for some comedic relief.  “Spenser Confidential” begins with Spenser, portrayed by Mark Wahlberg, an ex-cop who is serving time in prison for assaulting his captain. After his release, Spenser moves back …

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Oord presents five solutions to the problem of evil

“If there is a God, and this God is so powerful and loved everybody all the time, then why doesn’t this god prevent the unnecessary suffering of our lives?” Thomas James Oord, philosopher, theologian, scholar of multi-disciplinary studies presented this question and five answers to put restless minds at ease.   On Thursday, March 3 in Russ Hall, Oord gave …

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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 …

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PSU and business leaders commence 35th annual “Partners in Progress”

PSU has numerous partnerships with businesses and people in the Pittsburg community that help extend job opportunities to future graduates. These partnerships also donate funds to renovate different locations on campus.   On Thursday, Feb. 27 at 8 a.m., the 35th annual “Partners in Progress” campaign began. The event took place on the first floor of the newly renovated Axe …

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Author of “The Chaperone” visits Pitt State

Laura Moriarty, author of “The Chaperone” visited Pitt State. An event was held in the Student Center on Thursday Feb. 27th at 8:00 pm. Moriarty read from “The Chaperone” and talked about the Kansas history in her book and her writing process.   “We bring four or five nationally recognized writers here…and …

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International Student Association presents “International Food and Culture Fair”

There are many different cultures around the world and people that live in America are sometimes unaware of what traditions exist in other countries.   On Saturday, Feb. 29, the International Student Association (ISA) hosted their annual “International Food and Culture Fair.” The event had two parts, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., there were various foods and beverages from different …

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