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Dr. Bean, Dr. Stebbins receive 17th Annual Rex Crowley Outstanding Partner in Progress Award

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last March, many communities and institutions were confronted with questions and concerns about how to navigate the future amid a pandemic. Crawford County and Pittsburg State University were no different.   Fortunately, Dr. Linda Bean and Dr. Tim Stebbins stepped up and helped the county and the university navigate operations through the pandemic. This year, Dr. Bean and …

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Pittsburg State office of Academic Affairs offers grant writing seminars

The Pittsburg State University Office of Academic Affairs presented grant writing seminars to faculty, staff, and graduate students, Tuesday, March 2, in the Jack Overman Student Center. The seminars introduced the essential elements of writing proposals and grants.  Cindy Johnson, executive director of Academic Affairs Support at Pittsburg State University, said the …

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Men’s basketball ends season at home

The men’s basketball teams ended the 2021 season at home with their final overall record at 10-12.   The Gorillas lost the last two games of the season against Emporia State (57-78) on Thursday, Feb. 25 and Newman (77-79) on Saturday, Feb. 27.   “Well, we didn’t play well especially against Emporia State,” said Head …

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Chicken and sausage jambalaya

Ingredients:  1 1/2 pounds boneless skinless chicken breast   2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning, divided  3 tablespoons olive oil, divided  1-pound sausage sliced into rounds  1/2 onion, diced  2 stalks celery, diced  1 red bell pepper  1 green bell pepper  2 cloves garlic, minced  1 14.5 ounces can crushed tomatoes  1 teaspoon dried oregano  2 …

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Rotten Bananas: the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Not even the producers of 2008’s Iron Man could have predicted the sweeping phenomenon that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has become. It’s turned some true B-listers into the forefront of the Marvel universe. Let’s take a look at the history and some things to remember when watching any of …

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SGA considers providing free menstrual products on campus

According to a study by BMC Women’s Health, one in ten female college students reported experiencing chronic period poverty, meaning they struggled to pay for basic menstrual products easy month, and another 14 percent of the group reported struggling to pay for menstrual products within the last year.  Access to period products is an issue …

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Smooth Bananas: The Hold Steady’s ‘Open Door Policy’

The Hold Steady’s latest album is much like their own careers: born out of tough times and rough roads, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.  The album, produced and released by Frenchkiss Records, Vagrant Records, Full Time Hobby, and Washington Square, is the rock band’s eighth studio album and features 11 tracks of …

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Softball competes in Washburn Invitational

The softball team travelled to Topeka over the weekend to compete in the Washburn Invite.   The team started the weekend off with a win against McKendree (10-2) on Saturday, Feb. 27 before losing to Sioux Falls (0-6) later the same day. The Gorillas lost against Missouri- St. Louis (3-4) on Sunday, Feb. 28 but bounced …

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Pittsburg State celebrates ‘T.A.G. Week’

Pittsburg State University, like many other educational institutions, owes much of its success to generous Gorillas and that’s what ‘Thank A Gorilla’ or T.A.G. Week is all about: celebrating generous gifts that have allowed the university to thrive.  T.A.G. Week has taken place from Mar. 1 to Mar. 5 and involves all areas of campus. T.A.G. …

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PSU Theatre presents ‘The Wolves’

The Robert Plaster Center is not the typical venue for a theatrical performance, but PSU Theatre has commandeered the athletic facility for their most recent production.   From Thursday, Mar. 4 through Sunday, Mar. 7, PSU Theatre will be streaming on demand their production of Sarah DeLappe’s “The Wolves.” The performance was recorded with help from the staff of the Bicknell Family …

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