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PSU Theater Presents ‘Lapin Lapin’

Neal Zoglmann, junior in elementary education, acts with Westin Friederich, freshman in communication education, as they play in Lapin Lapin in the Bicknell Family Center. The show played from Oct. 21-24. Megan Brownell After a full theater season last year with no audience due to COVID-19, PSU theater finally got …

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New club softball team prepares for season

Victoria Juarez, junior firstbasemen, throws the ball to her coach during club softball tryouts on Oct. 20. Megan Brownell For many years, PSU has only offered a club volleyball and baseball team for students not playing on the varsity squads. This fall, sophomore Olivia Mitchell wanted to change that.  The …

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PSU crowns 2021 homecoming royalty

Becca Brown, senior in nursing representing Alpha Sigma Alpha, and Sam Eddington, senior in biology representing the Honors College Association, are congratulated by 2020’s Homecoming Queen, Camille Holman, for winning Homecoming Royalty after Yell Like Hell performances on Oct. 14. Libby Davis During homecoming week, in the middle of the …

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SEK Symphony to host concert of Russian music

The Southeast Kansas Symphony at Pittsburg State is preparing to perform a concert of all Russian music, including a Russian guest conductor, for a live audience. “Last year we played in an empty auditorium, and we sent out videos for the public to view…and I am eager to perform for …

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’: more than a show about romantic doctors

“Grey’s Anatomy”; teenage girls and middle-aged moms all over love the show, especially the hot doctors nicknamed “McDreamy” and “McSteamy.” Girls everywhere watch for the drama and relationships that make you interested in who is with who each episode. Although I am a sucker for Derek Shepard, “Grey’s Anatomy” is …

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Senior art student participates in painting murals

Many art students at PSU are great at what they do, but one student stands out, and that is senior in fine arts Abby McCoy.  This semester McCoy is participating in a mural painting class where she gets to collaborate with her fellow classmates, professor, and local business owners about …

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Volleyball dominates conference opener

Brianna Richards, junior setter, sets the ball backwards during Volleyball’s game on Sept. 17. Megan Brownell This past weekend, Gorilla volleyball opened conference play in a very dominant fashion, sweeping the Bronchos 3-0 on Friday.  They got off on a good start, getting ahead of the Bronchos early. The bronchos …

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Gorilla Pantry provides assistance for struggling students

Amaya Harris, junior in business management and marketing, in the Gorilla Pantry. The Gorilla Pantry provides students in need with free food and other basic necessities. Megan Brownell When some students come to college, their money is focused towards tuition and classes. The Gorilla Pantry is here to help provide …

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The debate between NFL or NCAA football

Football: all of us fans everywhere enjoy it rather it’s high school, “Friday Night Lights,” Saturday college game day, or Sundays with the NFL. One of the big debates throughout the football world is this—is NCAA or NFL football better?  I am here to tell you that the NFL is …

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CAC offers officer training for student orgs

The Campus Activities Center (CAC) is holding required training for presidents, vice presidents, treasurers and advisors for student organizations.  Normally, this training would occur in the Spring but this year, associate director of campus activities Eva Sager switched it to the fall.  “When we sent students home in the spring …

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