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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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College of Technology gives elementary students hands-on programs

The PSU College of Technology and College of Education collaborated to host hands on STEM programs for third–grade students from Westside Elementary School at the Kansas Technology Center (KTC). The program is part of classes designed to give the students teaching experience with STEM education.  “This is a collaboration between the college of technology and the college of education,” said Byron McKay, assistant professor of technology …

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Pitt State celebrates Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year in Chinese culture is considered the most important time of the year. Rooted in traditions and customs passed down through the ages, the celebration lasts for 15 days and is full of family, food, and good fortune. This celebration was presented by the Chinese and Taiwanese Student Associations and began at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb 15. at Pius X Catholic Student Center.  “The …

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Indian Student Association shares traditions with PSU

The Indian Student Association hosted a henna tattoo event from 9:15 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the Overman Student Center. Henna is a traditional tattoo for women than can be involved in many occasions including engagements, weddings, and festivals.  “Henna is a tradition from back home (India)… Indian weddings have special henna function where henna is painted over brides to celebrate the …

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Kelce College of Business receives a golden standard accreditation 

The Kelce College of Business at Pitt State earned the the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (ASSCSB) on its 20th anniversary of earning its first accreditation. The process took five years of extensive evaluation and implementations.   AACSB Accreditations represent the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide.   “Getting the AACSB accreditation means a lot for us,” said Paul Grimes, Dean of Kelce College of Business. “It …

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PSU celebrates the Korean Lunar New Year

The Korean Lunar New Year is Korea’s most important holiday of the year. The Korean Student Association (KSA) celebrated the New Year at 12:30 p.m. on Feb. 2 at United Methodist Campus Ministry (UMCM). Korean students showcased their culture and  food with the Pittsburg Community and students. A traditional Korean food, ddeoguk, was served.  “Korean Lunar New Year is a holiday …

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