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Rugby Club warm up for Spring season

The Pittsburg State University Men’s Rugby Club is gearing up for the upcoming 2019 season. They will open the season with a home match against Tulsa Men’s Club on Saturday, Feb. 16.   The Rugby Club currently has 42 members and are in their third year of competition in the D2 …

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Legislators prepare for upcoming session

State legislators gathered for a legislative send-off last weekend to discuss position statements for the upcoming session. Pittsburg State University hosted the send-off at the Alumni & Constituents Relations Building in partner with the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce.   The send-off featured invocation speakers District 2 Kansas House Representative Ken Collins, …

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‘Sex Education’ schools Netflix watchers

Netflix’s “Sex Education” teeters between awkwardness and true sexual revelation, and unlike some might think, it truly glows.  “Sex Education,” created by Laurie Nunn, stars Asa Butterfield, of “Ender’s Game” fame, as Otis Milburn, a sexually repressed, British teenager who has trouble dealing with all forms of sexual contact. Milburn’s …

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Munchy Mary takes on Fruitcake

Fruitcake – the ugly red-headed stepchild of the cake world. That’s probably because it’s not really fruit and it’s not really cake. It’s also the cockroach of the food world – it will be more likely to survive a nuclear apocalypse than you will. Seriously, fruitcakes will never die. If …

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Food Fight: Breakfast

The food fight is back in town, and this time, it’s personal. This week, Munchy Mary headed to the beloved breakfast triumvirate of Pittsburg to see which one is best – Bob, Harry, or Otto. Which restaurant continues to make their namesake proud? First up, we headed to Harry’s to see what …

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Library highlights first amendment rights

The Axe Library hosted “Banned Books Week,” an annual event that usually take place at the end of September.  Libraries across the nation put on “Banned Books Weeks” to highlight the freedom of reading and the awareness of the first amendment.  Every year “Banned Books Week” offers three free workshops …

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Company Days draws student interest 

The Kansas Technology Center (KTC) hosted more than 200 companies for Company Days Sept. 18-19, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students who attended had the opportunity to hand in their resumes and make connections with companies from around the area.   Company Days is held annually every fall semester for two …

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Biology department receives scientific grant 

The biology department received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) totaling $307,000.  The National Science Foundation is a United States governmental agency whose mission is to advance the progress of science.  Their mission is to grant considerable amounts of money to proposals for research and education that scientists, …

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