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Lady Gorillas toss up victories against Lincoln and UCM

This past week, the women’s basketball team traveled to both Jefferson City Missouri to take on Lincoln University on Sat. Feb. 5, and then to Warrensburg Missouri to take on the University of Central Missouri on Mon. Feb. 7, after the game was rescheduled due to the snow. The gorillas …

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Men’s Basketball splits home games

Magic Reliford, sophomore, breaks past Northeastern State’s defense in the men’s home basketball game on Jan. 27. Caleb Oswell The men’s basketball team hosted Northeastern State University on Jan 27th, and Rogers State University on Jan 29th. They fell to the River Hawks 54-60, and beat the Hillcats 88-79. The …

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Rock Climbing Club: Climbing to New Heights

Anthony Hummell, senior in finance and marketing, climbs up a rock wall inside of Pittsburg High School Jan. 26. Hummel is a member of the Pitt State Rock Climbing Club. Dominic Santiago Pitt State has a club that many people might not know about; The Rock Climbing Club. The club …

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Lady Gorillas Split Weekend Thriller Games

Sydnee Crain, senior in construction management, passes the ball away from Northeastern State in the women’s basketball game on Jan. 27. Caleb oswell This past week the Lady Gorillas hosted both Northeastern State University and Rogers State University, winning last second against the Riverhawks 71-69, and losing last second in …

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Basketball drops two away games past week

Tyler Hawkins, junior, makes a play against Emporia State Univeristy on Jan. 13. Images Courtesy of Derek Livingston This past week, the Lady Gorillas traveled to both University of Nebraska-Kearney and Fort Hays State University for two MIAA matchups. Even from a tough fight, the gorillas lost against the Lopers …

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Why Christmas is celebrated Nov. 1- Dec. 25th

We are approaching Thanksgiving Break and soon enough Black Friday brings on the holiday season.  Though many people say that is what brings celebrating Christmas, with snow, listening to Christmas music, decorating, and making Christmas cookies. Yet, that is not how celebrating Christmas should be done. Even though Thanksgiving is …

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Travis Scott should be held responsible for AstroWorld deaths

For those who don’t know, last weekend rapper Travis Scott had a big music festival planned in Houston Texas, called AstroWorld. When the concert began, fans rushed towards the stage to get closer to the artist, when horror came about and fans started being trampled and injected with mysterious things. …

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Pledges for Sig Tau involved in accident, 1 dead

Griffin Lamb with his friends. Image Courtesy of Sigma Tau Gamma Three Sigma Tau Gamma (STG) pledges, freshman Griffin Lamb, Brandon Darbyshire, and Thomas Greig, were involved in a car accident on their way back from Emporia at approximately 2 a.m on Sunday Oct. 24.  They were driving on a two …

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