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Shock the Nation wins against Hood Fav EBK

Mason Richards, freshman in construction management, attempts a pass against Hood Fav EBK during the intramural flag football red division game. Richards is the quarterback for ‘Shock the Nation.’ Dominic Santiago Shock the Nation, one of the intramural flag football teams, defeated Hood Fav EBK in the men’s flag football …

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Autism Support Group fosters connection

Ryan Bennett, sophomore in communication, Bella L’Heureux, senior in biology, and Lizzie Skidmore, senior in nursing, discuss a topic during an autism support group meeting on Oct. 28. The group meets overy other Thursday in the Overman Student Center. Dominic Santiago The Autism Support Group is a group on campus …

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Larry Fields seeks reelection

Larry Fields, Pittsburg city commissioner, is re-running for the position in the Nov. 2 election. Image Courtesy of Pittsburg City Larry Fields, current city commissioner, is vying for reelection during the 2021 election cycle. Fields, who was elected in 2019, has been an active member of Pittsburg and owns various …

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Career services host expo for students

The 2021 Fall Career Expo begins in the Overman Student Center on Oct. 19. The event featured many businesses and organizations in need of employees or interns. Dominic Santiago The Career Services department of Pittsburg State University recently hosted a jobs and internship expo to help students become connected with …

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Hite runs for city commission

Stu Hite, candidate for Pittsburg City Commisison, in downtown Pittsburg on Oct. 13. Caleb Oswell Stu Hite, current chief of university police, is running as a candidate for the city commission of Pittsburg. Hite, who has served in law enforcement for 33 years, is running for public office for the …

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GAB hosts ‘Late Night Laser Tag’ in Student Center

Oct 8. was a long-yet-thrilling night for attendees of a laser tag event hosted by the Gorilla Activities Board (GAB) in the Overman Student Center. Olivia Holman, freshman in biology and Shae Gilstrap, freshman in English, work together in “Late Night Laser Tag” hosted by GAB on Oct. 8. Dominic …

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ABC hosts Disney Trivia Night

Carlie Payne, sophmore in biochemistry, and Khadija Ceesay, junior in English,. work together to answer the trivia questions on Wednesday, Oct. 6. Trivia Night was hosted by ABC and included Disney and Marvel trivia questions. Diego Oliva ABC, the organization dedicated to fans of trivia, hosted a Disney-themed trivia night …

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Guardians of the Children open chapter in SE Kansas

Guardians of the Children, an organization dedicated to helping children who deal with abuse, has recently opened a chapter in southeast Kansas.  The chapter’s president, Boga, spoke about the organization and its founders. “Well, a little over a year ago a group of friends and I decided that there was …

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PSU jazz band performs at the Bicknell Center

The Pittsburg State University jazz band performs their first concert of the year at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts on Sept. 30. Members of the group spent weeks preparing nine songs to perform. Dominic Santiago The Pittsburg State University Department of Music jazz band performed nine unique musical …

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PSU hosts area high school yearbook students

Tom Shields, sales representative with Josten’s, speaks to high school students from Southeast Kansas about yearbook trends on Thursday, Sept. 16. The conference is held to teach students on how to create an effective yearbook. Dominic Santiago Pittsburg State University hosted high school yearbook students from the Southeast Kansas and …

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