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Jessip elected to national sustainability council

Tucker Jessip, sophomore in business management, was chosen to be a member of the Student Advisory Council of ENACTUS United States. ENACTUS is an organization centered around entreprenuership and sustainability. Libby Davis Sophomore in business management Tucker Jessip has been elected to the National Student Advisory Council for Enactus USA. …

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Poet Akeem Olaj performs in U-Club

Slam poet Akeem Olaj opens poetry night with a personal poem in the U-Club on Sept. 28. The performance focused on his childhood and race discrimination. Diego Oliva Spoken word poetry artist Akeem Olaj performed several poems (on themes of domestic violence, family dynamics and the LGBTQ+ community) and hosted …

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Smooth Bananas: Netflix’s ‘Diana’

Content related to the late Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, has had something of a resurgence in recent years with a feature film featuring Kristen Stewart in the title role. However, I don’t think anyone had a Hamilton-style history musical in mind. The musical, with music by David Bryan and …

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SVP hosts annual sexual assault response panel

Local experts on sexual assault and domestic violence answered anonymous student-submitted questions during the annual Sexual Assault Response panel hosted by Students for Violence Prevention (SVP). The goal of the event, held on Wednesday, Sept. 29 virtually via Zoom at 6 p.m, was to provide resources and statistics to attendees …

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Rotten Bananas: ‘Midnight Mass’

“Midnight Mass” feels like a Stephen King novel but marches through the likes of monster movies and religious trauma. The limited series, created and directed by Mike Flanagan, features the citizens of the island town of Crockett after the return of ex-convict Riley Flynn, played by Zach Gilford, after a …

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Apple Fritter

Dough: 1 ¾ cup all purpose flour 2 tbs white granulated sugar ½ tsp salt 1 tsp instant yeast 5 tbs butter (room temperature) ½ cup milk 1 egg Filling: 5 honeycrisp or granny smith apples 2 tbs white granulated sugar 2 tbs cinnamon 3 tbs butter  1 tsp apple …

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Reproductive rights protest takes place on Pritchett Plaza

A group of protestors carries signs and chants callbacks while marching for reproductive rights in downtown Pittsburg on Oct. 2. Alyssa Tyler On Oct. 2 starting at Pritchett Plaza, a reproductive rights march began at 3 p.m. and continued down Second Street to Eleventh and back. The protest just one …

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PSU jazz band performs at the Bicknell Center

The Pittsburg State University jazz band performs their first concert of the year at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts on Sept. 30. Members of the group spent weeks preparing nine songs to perform. Dominic Santiago The Pittsburg State University Department of Music jazz band performed nine unique musical …

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Knoll lectures on Amazon Army movement in Pittsburg

Local historian Linda Knoll talks to community members in the Leonard Axe Library on Oct. 5. Her lecture is part of the Gene DeGruson Memorial Lecture series and covered the history of the Amazon army, a protest that took place in 1921 in Crawford county over mining conditions. Dominic Santiago …

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Gorillas narrowly escape the Lions

Jalin Martin scores a catch touchdown in Pittstate’s game against Missouri Southern on Oct. 2. Image courtesy of Josh Rexroat The Pittsburg State Gorilla football team defeated the Lions of Missouri Southern by a score of 20-16 last Saturday, Oct. 2.  The Gorillas went into the game with a 3-1 …

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