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NASA holds quilting event on campus

Students work on a Lakota star quilt inside the Dellinger underground on Feb. 15. The quilt-making event was created by the Native American Student Association to promote Native American traditions of community building. Dominic Santiago The Native American Student Association recently held a traditional quilting event in the Dellinger Underground …

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Gorillas stun #21 Griffons at home

Tristan Gegg, senior in physical education, drives into the paint during an MIAA matchup against the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats on Feb. 12. The Gorillas held off the Bearcats for a 66-62 win. Dominic Santiago The Pittsburg State Gorilla women’s basketball team posted a major win against Missouri Western University, …

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Gorilla basketball looks towards MIAA tourney

The Pittsburg State University Men’s and Women’s basketball teams continue to compete against in-conference play. The women’s team continually maintains pace with top MIAA opponents while the men’s team looks to find a post-season entry after losing two consecutive games. The Pitt State men’s basketball team has struggled throughout the …

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PSU baseball opens season strong

The Pittsburg State University baseball team has begun their season with the UCO First Pitch Classic. The team had a strong showing in the first matchup against Southwestern Oklahoma and faced tough competition versus Oklahoma Baptist. The start of the 2022 season was set to start on Feb. 4 at …

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Gorilla softball set to start reason

The Pitt State softball team will begin their season with a home opener versus Southwest Baptist University. First-year head coach Jenny Fuller looks to improve upon the team’s 15-29 record in 2021. The new head coach of the Gorillas entered the program after four seasons as Northern State [South Dakota] …

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PSU displays alumni art in exhibition

Ayman Alamoudi, graduate of PSU in 2004, created “Strained and Silence” which is currently displayed inside of Porter Hall’s Krug Gallery. The piece uses mixed media to convey his message. Dominic Santiago The Pittsburg State University Art Department is currently displaying an art exhibition featuring work from former students. The …

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PSU competes well in invitational

Hunter Jones, freshman in psychology, sprints in the 60m dash during the 2022 Wendys/Pittsburg State Invitational on Jan. 29. The track and field meet had NCAA Division II schools and Juco schools competing against each other. Dominic Santiago Pittsburg State University competed in the 2022 Wendy’s/Pittsburg Invitational inside of the …

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Dr. Scott shares support for Governor’s Budget

Dr. Steve Scott, Pittsburg State University President, recently shared his thoughts on the budget proposed by Governor Laura Kelly.  Among other items, the budget aims to freeze the increase in tuition expected to happen to state universities and provide additional scholarship opportunities to students. Scott has not shared his support …

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PSU to host Hall of Fame ceremony

The Pittsburg State University Athletics Department recently announced the induction of the class of 2021 to the hall of fame. The class of 2021 includes one sports team, two legacy inductions, and six other former athletes. The ceremony has traditionally been held in the month of May. Up until 2020, …

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PSU men’s basketball fall during home conference play

Cameron Huefner, freshman in psychology, is blocked during the men’s basketball game on Thursday, Jan. 13. Images Courtesy of Derek Livingston The Pittsburg State University men’s basketball team continued its season with a match against Emporia State on Jan. 13 and Washburn University on Jan. 15. The Gorillas were ultimately …

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