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ISA Celebrated Diwali to Pitt State

Diwali is a religious festival that symbolizes the victory of light of darkness. It’s considered the biggest religious festival in India. People celebrate Diwali by cleaning their houses before Diwali and shopping for new clothes and decorating their homes.  On Saturday the 26th, the Indian student association hosted the Diwali …

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Kimberly Ruhl campaigns for Gorilla Pantry

Kimberly Ruhl, senior in social work, is a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, and the Social Work Plus Club. Ruhl has been working on a senior project for the social work program recently called “Gorilla Pantry.” Students have access to Gorilla Pantry during the week and are allowed to have as they want. However, …

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SGA meeting 10-16

A bill to amend the constitution (adopted):  There is currently no rule prohibiting the reinstatement as a member of the Student Government Association after impeachment or resignation. A stricter process is needed to help the election process. This rule is in place at other regent schools. This will help with organization …

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SGA Metting 9-25

The following bill was approved in SGA’s meeting for this week: Bill to Amend the Constitution.   There is currently no rule prohibiting the reinstatement as a member of the Student Government Association after impeachment or resignation. A more strict process is needed to help the election process. This rule is in place at …

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Alumna receives Alpha Sigma Alpha’s Generous Spirit award

Grace Geiger, alumna of Pittsburg State University and of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority has been chosen to receive their “Generous Spirit” award.   The award was created to acknowledge an undergraduate member who possess certain qualities in accordance with Alpha Sigma Alpha’s “core value of generosity.” Lexi Carter, communications coordinator at Alpha Sigma Alpha described Geiger as a generous …

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SGA Meeting summary 9-11-2019

At SGA meeting this week, Director of University Police Department Stu Hite discussed an idea of a new project called “Campus Eye,” which is an-app that is currently being evaluated for students, faculty, and staff to have on their phones and utilize as another way of contacting university police for safety concerns as well as reporting any facilities issues to our physical plant and appropriate departments …

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SGA Meeting summary 9-4-2019

The SGA meeting for this week was held at Block 22 in a conference room. During the meeting, a few resolutions have been reviewed.   Resolution 1920 was passed. The resolution is as follows: to establish a curriculum for intern council to function properly according to the constitution, the Intern Council must have an outlined curriculum. Chief of Staff Michael has …

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Student organizations showcased at fair

The student organization fair help students build and improve their personal set of skills. It gives them an opportunity to get involved on campus and become part of campus activities and make a positive impact in the local community.   The student organization fair took a place Aug. 28 in the …

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The Community Fair kicks off in the Oval

The community fair is way for the local business and organizations to reach out to the local community and provide information about what they are doing and inspire people to become part of it. It helps them spread their missions and bring attention to their upcoming events and projects and …

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International students welcomed at Pitt Pal Kick Off

International students are normally far from home, but on Friday, they received a welcome to their temporary home.  The International Programs and Services Office held the “Pitt Pal Kick Off” on Friday, Aug. 23 in the Crimson and Gold Ballroom of the Overman Student Center. The Pitt Pal program is in place …

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