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Koshary, an Egyptian dish

Ingredients  ½ cup cooked basmati rice (cooked in 1 cup of water with sprinkle of salt and tsp. sunflower cooking oil for about 15 minutes)  1/2 cup cooked small elbow pasta (cooked in 1 1/2 cup water with sprinkle of salt and tsp. sunflower cooking oil for about 15 minutes)  1/2 cup cooked brown lentils (cooked in 1 1/2 cup water with sprinkle of salt and tsp. sunflower cooking oil for …

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Wesley House assists community

The 31st Annual Project Warmth fundraiser was hosted Thursday, Nov. 1, at Memorial Auditorium from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The funds raised from this event go toward citizens in Crawford County who need assistance paying utility bills. The fundraiser consisted of a lunch with take-outs offered from 4:30 to …

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Professors honored by provost with new title

The office of the provost hosted University Professors’ Reception on Wednesday Oct 24. At 3 p.m. in the Overman Student Center Heritage room and welcomed many university faculty and staff to congratulate the recipients.  The eligibility for this rank is that a professor must have been a professor for at least seven years, is responsible for a major area of …

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Speaker discusses SEK immigration history

Viva Italian classes are part of social studies classes for PSU students. The classes were offered Thursday, Sept. 27, in 221 Hughes Hall in two sessions. Kaitlin Webb, Pittsburg community member with Italian descent, visited to speak to PSU elementary social studies students at the Viva Italian classes.  Webb shared …

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Student studies storm water for safety

Vivian Serpa, senior in environmental and safety management, has been working on a safety internship in determining the impact of rainfall events on campus and investigating methods to improve storm water runoff and replenish ground water aquifers.  “In today’s world, we are facing challenges socially, politically and economically in environmental …

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A comedic, musical performance

The Gorilla Activities Board (GAB) hosted comedian/musician Dan Henic as the beginning of the Thursdays with U series. Henic performed Thursday, Sept. 6, at the U-Club in the basement of the Overman Student Center.  “I really love it here,” Henic said. “The students here are so cool and I loved …

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Axe Library features history of Magna Carta

The Magna Carta came to Pitt State for the first time this month and the exhibit is on display on the third floor of Axe Library. The exhibit was scheduled by the Student Government Association (SGA) and will stand on display from Monday, Sept. 10, to Friday, Sept. 28.  The …

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Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity reactivates on campus

After 23 years of inactivity, traditionally black fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha has returned to Pitt State’s campus.  The reactivation process was a collaborative effort over four years between alumni of the fraternity and interested students. The students approached the university with the hope that the fraternity could resume activity at …

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Comedian ‘slays’ Memorial Auditorium

Dusty Slay, comedian from Nashville, Tennessee, traveled to Pittsburg for the Basement Comedy Series at Memorial Auditorium. Slay, who has appeared on several network shows, performed in Pittsburg Thursday, Sept. 6, from 8 to 9:30 p.m.  “We did a six-week run during the spring kind of as a test run …

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Mysterious Pittsburg castle releases ghosts

The Paranormal Science Lab in Carthage hosted two tours for the Graham’s Mystery Castle in Pittsburg Saturday, Sept. 1, at 7 and 10 p.m. Approximately 600 people from Pittsburg and the surrounding areas attended the castle tour and heard real life stories from owners Eric and Carry DeGruson. The castle …

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