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BSA Presents Fifth Annual “Gospel Explosion”

Gospel music is popular within churches, as it is a genre of Christian Music, but it is also an art to celebrate, especially during Black History Month.   On Tuesday, Feb. 11, BSA presented their annual “Gospel Explosion”. This event took place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Sharon …

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New Series “Locke and Key” Hits Netflix

Recently released on Netflix “Locke and Key” written by Joe Hill is a show that brings magic to a new level. Following the death of their father three kids along with their mother move into their father’s family home to discover a world of unbelievable experiences. Overflowing with suspense, this show has …

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Valentines Day is a Corporate Scam

There are many speculations about how Valentines day came to be, many of them including a pagan festival with “fertility blessings” and the roman god, Cupid, shooting arrows at people to make them fall in love.   The purpose of Valentine’s day as celebrated by America is to shower loved ones with appreciation and love; but it has always had …

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Career Services holds largest Student Etiquette Dinner

Career Services held their Student Etiquette Dinner on Feb 11. At 6 p.m. Career Services holds the dinner at least once every semester, but this was the biggest turn out they’ve had. The Student Etiquette Dinner helps to educate and prepare students on how to practice business etiquette in a professional setting, such …

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World News

Europe  Italy’s far-right leader to face trial  Italy’s former interior minister, Matteo Salvini, is accused of illegally keeping migrants at sea on a boat off Sicily for days in August 2019. Italy’s senate has voted to allow prosecutors to put Salvini on trial and for the trial to go ahead.  Credit: BBC  South …

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World News

North America  Trump acquitted by Senate in impeachment trial  President Donald Trump has been cleared in his impeachment trial. The Senate voted to acquit in 52-48 on charges of abuse of power and 53-47 on obstruction of Congress charges. This ends the congressional big to oust him from office.  Europe  Finland to give …

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Students for Violence prevention holds event against human trafficking 

On Jan. 30, Students for Violence Prevention (SVP) hosted an event called Breaking the Chains of Human Trafficking. The event featured speaker and author Sandy Storm. Storm shared her story while providing education about human trafficking. The event also provided other resources in the community to help stop human trafficking. People who attended the event were …

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Abandon the Bans on Pit Bulls

For years, pitt bulls have been one of the most dangerous dogs because they are often bred to fight. Stereotypes such as having the strongest bite and a “locking jaw” have been used to argue that they have no place in any household and justify their mistreatment.   Pitt bulls have an 86.7% temperament passing rate. Temperament …

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BSA Presents Annual “MLK Jr.” Ball

The month of February is known as Black History Month. During this month African American creators are celebrated for their inventions, achievements and many more. On Saturday, Feb. 1 the Black Student Association (BSA) hosted their annual Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Ball. The ball was held from 7 p.m .to 9:30 p.m., in the …

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Crawford County Gorilla Gathering Dinner

Pitt State Alumni & Constituent Relations held their annual Crawford County Gorilla Gathering Dinner at the Axe Library on Tuesday, Feb. 4. The event was held for Pitt State Alumni and their families. The gathering featured dinner from Brick + Mortar, tours of the newly renovated library, and special guest, Brian Wright, the new head football coach at …

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