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Victor J Emmet Memorial Award recipient lectures at PSU

Adam Sonstegard, professor at Cleveland State University, speaks during the Victor J. Emmett Memorial Lecture on Thursday, Sept. 16. He talks to his audience about the Mark Twain novel “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.” Dominic Santiago Adam Sonstegard, a professor at Cleveland State University, spoke to an audience …

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Uptown performs at the Bicknell Center

Derrick Leonárd and Bradford Bell, singers with Uptown music group performs at the Bicknell Center on Saturday, Sept. 18. Dominic Santiago Uptown music group performed their show “Motown Remixed” live at the Bicknell Center on Saturday Sept. 18. The performance was of many stops in their breakout tour following the …

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International students from Pakistan join PSU

Moazma Khan, international student, inside the Oval on Pittstate’s campus on Sept. 16. Khan is a student from Pakistan that is pursuing a medical degree. Dominic Santiago Moazma and Aiman Khan, international students from the country of Pakistan, recently joined the Pittsburg State University student body.  Moazma Khan is entering …

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Jennings displays art highlighting mental health

Jared Jennings, adjunct lecturer of art, stands next to one of his newest art pieces on display in Porter Hall. Jenning’s exhibit consists of pieces relating to mental health. Dominic Santiago Jared Jennings, an adjunct instructor in the department of art is displaying an art exhibit with the theme of …

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Ken Ward joins the comm department

Ken Ward, assistant professor in communication, explains the partisan polarization found in newspapers after the American Revolutionary War to his history of mass communication class. Ken Ward is taking the place of Mark Arbuckle after Arbuckle has retired. Dominic Santiago Ken Ward will be teaching as an assistant professor with …

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Uptown to play “Motown Remixed” at Bicknell Center

Screenshot Uptown, a music group widely known in New York City, is set to come to the Bicknell Center for a concert on September 18thremixing the Motown style of music for a new generation of listeners. Uptown is, according to their website, “a group of men who combine the smooth …

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Washington returns to PSU for “Which Lives Matter” presentation

Monti Washington leans over as he tells a joke to the audience of the Bicknell Center. Washington spoke on solving social injustices in his “Which Lives Matter” presentation. Caleb Oswell Monti Washington, actor and motivational speaker, returned to Pittsburg State University to speak to students about injustice, oppression, and discrimination. …

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Sandness entering sixth year as Health Center medical director

Kathleen Sandness, medical director at the Bryant Student Health Center, speaks to Susan Eckelberry, registered nurse. Sandness has worked at the health center since 2015. Dominic Santiago Dr. Kathleen Sandess is entering her sixth year as part of the Bryant Student Health Center’s staff. Sandness previously worked in a private …

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George joins PSU upper admin as Chief-of-Staff

Katie George, chief-of-staff of the president’s office, speaks to her assistant, Madeline Murdock. They talk about upcoming events happening on campus. Dominic Santiago Katie George, who previously worked inside the Pittsburg State University development office, has joined the upper administration as PSU President Steve Scott’s Chief-of-Staff. George attended Pittsburg State …

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Blair Returns to teach grad level psychology

Robin Blair, assistant professor in psychology and counseling, speaks to her students about therapeutic techniques. She spoke to her evidence-based interventions class about how to help clients as a therapist. Dominic Santiago Robin Blair, a former graduate student at Pittsburg State University, has returned to campus, now teaching as a …

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