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Volleyball wins 2/3 games

The Pitt State volleyball team played three games over the course of the weekend and the beginning of this week. The first game was on Friday, Oct. 18 against Nebraska-Kearney, but the Gorillas dropped that game (0-3). Game two was against Fort Hays State University on Saturday, Oct. 19 and …

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Yell like Hell brings students together

Yell like Hell is a tradition that takes place during homecoming week at PSU. It is a dance competition for organizations on campus that allow them to show off their hard work and compete to win first place. It was held on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. at Carnie Smith Stadium.  “If you’re kind of second guessing to step …

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Athlete of the week: Tim Klinker

Everyone leads different lives. Everyone has to balance college, friends, family, and extracurricular activities. Senior in mechanical engineering and automotive technology Tim Klinker manages to balance his schoolwork, marching band, and his other responsibilities.   Klinker began playing the French horn during his freshman year of high school. He also plays a range of other …

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SEK Symphony performs with alumnus Robert Dean Smith

The SEK Symphony is known for performing with guest artists, but Robert Dean Smith is hardly a guest; he merely returned to home.  The Southeast Kansas (SEK) Symphony at Pittsburg State University held their opening night concert on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Linda and Lee Scott …

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Homecoming Royalty Crowned at Yell like Hell

Throughout homecoming week, students are given the opportunity to vote for their king and queen. Students can be nominated by their organizations on campus for the chance to be crowned king or queen. The royalty crowning took place at the Yell like Hell event on Thursday, Oct 17.   “I think it was really just, the honor of …

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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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Otis Murphy plays for 2nd SCMS concert

The Solo and Chamber Music Series made way for its second performer: Otis Murphy, playing wild repertoire for the alto saxophone.  The PSU department of music hosted the 2nd Solo and Chamber Music Series (SCMS) concert featuring saxophonist Otis Murphy in concert with his wife Haruko at the piano. The …

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Gorillas aim for rebound win against FHSU Tigers

Following a stinging 38-17 loss to Northwest Missouri the Gorillas return to Carnie Smith Stadium for a homecoming matchup with the Fort Hays State Tigers.     Saturday’s game will be the 78th all-time meeting between the Gorillas and Tigers with Pitt State holding the 44-22-9 advantage in the series.   Last year, the Tigers rallied from a 14-12 deficit scoring 31 unanswered points, defeating …

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World-renowned musician visits PSU music department

Robert Dean Smith, PSU alumnus in music who has performed around the world, was invited by the music department to critique students in a master class on their performance of standard operatice repertoire.   The class took a place on Tuesday, Oct. 15 from 1 to 2 p.m. at McCray hall in the Sharon Kay Dean Recital Hall.  Smith is a world-renowned musician and has performed in concerts with …

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GAB hosts Homecoming Kickoff

To start off the Homecoming festivities, Gorilla Activities Board (GAB) presented Pittsburg State students with many life-sized games, music, and food.   The Homecoming Kickoff took place on Monday, Oct. 14 and the activities will continue throughout the week as students progress towards homecoming. GAB started the week off with many activities and games in the oval for …

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