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Athlete of the Week: Tristan Gegg

This week’s athlete of the week is women’s basketball player and sophomore elementary education major Tristan Gegg.   From 2018-2019, Gegg played in all 30 games and averaged 8 points and 1.9 rebounds per game. She made a total of 40 three pointers and shot 74.2 percent from the free throw line. In high …

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Baseball, softball gearing up for upcoming season

The Pitt State baseball and softball teams are preparing for the upcoming seasons which both began on Friday, Jan. 31. The baseball team’s opening game is against Southwestern Oklahoma in Edmond, Oklahoma and the softball team’s first game of the season is against Texas A&M- Kingsville in Houston.   The baseball …

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Men’s basketball defeated by Lincoln

The men’s basketball team played a game on Saturday, Jan. 18 in Jefferson City, Missouri at Lincoln. The Gorillas lost the game by one point (84-85).  The Gorillas played a total of nine games over winter break. The team played a game against Henderson State on Wednesday, Dec. 18 but …

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Women’s basketball defeats Lincoln

The women’s basketball team played a game against Lincoln on Saturday, Jan. 18 in Jefferson City, Missouri and the Gorillas brought home a win (84-63).   The women’s basketball team had a total of eight games over the course of winter break, with one game cancelled. On Thursday, Dec. 19 the …

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PSU Dance team makes national finals despite travel disruption

The Pitt State Cheer and Dance teams competed in the Universal Dance Association College Dance Team National Championship from Jan. 17-19. The Pitt State Dance Team earned 9th place out of 19 in Stacked Open Pom Division and 10th in Jazz.   “I was ecstatic when I found out we were going to the finals,” said Annie Vaters, junior …

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Pitt State welcomes new head football coach, coaching staff

Brian Wright has been hired as the head football coach for Pitt State. Wright is stepping in as head coach after former head coach Tim Beck resigned in November.   Wright also hired new assistant coaches including Tom Anthony as the defensive coordinator and safeties coach, Pat Cashmore as the special …

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Goodbye, Collegio

My name is Brianna Morie Price, previous editor-in-chief, and I have worked at The Collegio for three-and-a-half years, though it is time that I say goodbye. I entered as a member of the staff on my first day of freshman year. Within a few months I had worked my way up to an …

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PSU welcomes new international students

For incoming international transfer students, the spring semester started early. The New Student Orientation Program was a three-day event, designed to prepare and welcome international students for their upcoming semester at Pittsburg State University. The orientation is held every semester and is required for every new international student. This semester it …

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‘Live PD’ misrepresents communities

‘Live PD’ the A&E smash hit follows law enforcement officers while they patrol cities each weekend. Through the show, viewers get the opportunity to see the day-to-day life of police officers on patrol and their interactions with local citizens in nearly real time. The series often highlights exciting moments such …

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BSA to host events for Black History Month

Starting in February, Pittsburg State students from the Black Student Association as well as the Office of Student Diversity will be hosting a formal event to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. They will also host many activities throughout February to celebrate Black History Month.  The members of BSA have …

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