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Military Appreciation event held in Gorilla Village

On Saturday, Nov. 2, the PSU Alumni and Constituent Relations held the Military Appreciation Day event at Gorilla Village in conjunction with the football game against Missouri Western.   During the tailgating, family and friends have the opportunity to take part in a variety of activities. Some of those included giving away PSU hats for veterans, face painting from the ROTC, and making …

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Student collects donations for youth aging out of foster care

Senior social work student Allyson Bence is collecting hygiene products for youth aging out of the foster care system for her senior project. Bence has a goal of filling 50 bags of products such as shampoo, body wash, toothpaste, toothbrush, and deodorant.   “It really means a lot to me because I was …

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Alpha Psi Omega hosts Lip Sync Battle

While not everyone has the gift of a good singing voice, everyone can have the opportunity to express themselves through lip-syncing.   On Tuesday, Nov. 5, Alpha Psi Omega hosted their biannual ‘Lip Sync Battle.’ The event took place at 7 p.m. in the U-Club in the Overman Student Center.   During this event, students performed some of their favorite songs in …

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Rotten Bananas Throwback: ‘Carrie’

“Carrie” is a story that perfectly encapsulates Stephen King’s storytelling style: it’s cautionary, it’s gruesome, and it’s supremely suspenseful.  The film, directed by Brian De Palma, is based on the Stephen King book of the same name and stars Sissy Spacek as the titular Carrie White, a high school student who gets …

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Jewett Named MIAA Women’s Cross-Country Coach of the Year

Head women’s cross-country coach Russ Jewett was named the 2019 MIAA Coach of the Year on Friday, Nov. 1. The women’s cross-country team won the MIAA Championship on Saturday, Oct. 26 in Joplin, Missouri.  Jewett is also the men’s cross-country coach and the head track and field coach.  Since Pitt State joined the MIAA in …

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Men’s Rugby defeats SLU, loses to Missouri S&T in championship

The men’s rugby team played two games in the Collegiate Gateway Conference Championship. The team won the first game against SLU (22-17) on Saturday, Nov. 2. Following that game, the team went head to head with Missouri S&T on Sunday, Nov. 3 but the Gorillas lost that match (17-46).   Club president and senior in communication Ivan Walter thought the …

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PSU alumnus to be inducted into ROTC Hall of Fame

Tim Senecaut is a 1989 Pitt State alumnus and a graduate of the ROTC program. He also serves as the newly installed advisor to the PSU Student Veterans Organization and a member of the PSU Veterans Memorial Advisory Committee.   Senecaut was determined to be a part of the military due to his family’s history of service. His …

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The importance of getting out there and hearing live music

There is absolutely nothing like the experience of sitting in the concert hall and hearing a symphony orchestra play or standing outside in a crowd full of people as your favorite band plays. This is an experience that every person should have regularly and that every person should support.  Live …

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Simple, semi-homemade chicken and noodles

Ingredients  1 bag egg noodles  4 stalks celery, sliced  3 whole carrots, sliced  1/3 onion, diced  1 carton chicken broth  1 cup water  2 tsp. thyme  2 tsp. oregano   Pinch salt  Pinch pepper  1 tsp. garlic powder  1 tsp. onion powder  1/2 – 1 lb. chicken  Instructions  To begin, boil a …

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Volleyball defeated by Missouri Western

The volleyball team played a game against Missouri Western on Saturday, Nov. 2 but the Gorillas lost that game (1-3). This was the last home game of the season.   Head volleyball coach Jen Gomez took note of the chances the team had to score, but ultimately was proud of the team for the way they played.   “It …

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