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Gorillas fight hard in tipoff and conference challenges

The Pittsburg State University men’s and women’s basketball teams traveled to Kansas City, MO and Weatherford, OK respectively to compete in season opener challenges. The men’s team competed in the Central Region Tipoff Challenge against Winona State University on Nov. 12and the University of Upper Iowa on Nov. 14. The …

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Students experience Bafá Bafá Cultural Simulation

Lucy Holland explains what she observed of Beta Group to Alpha Group in the Baja Baja cultural simulation on Nov. 9. The groups attempted to figure out traits of the other group throughout the event. Caleb Oswell Grant Moss, professor of Spanish, and Emely Monsour, assistant director of student diversity …

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AAUW holds purse drive for women’s shelter

Urneth Arreguin-Zavala, senior in psychology and vice president of Altruistic Alliance of University Women (AAUW), sits with donated bags and items in the Office of Student Diversity. The bags and items donated to AAUW are going to help a local women’s shelter. Dominic Santiago The Altruistic Alliance of University Women …

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PSU cross country competes well in regional championship

Among cross country athletes, Erin Hammeke, undeclared freshman, races during the 2021 NCAA DII Women’s Cross Country Central Region Championship. Hammeke finished the 6k race in 56th with a time of 21:50.09. Dominic Santiago The Pittsburg State University cross country teams competed at the 2021 NCAA DII Cross Country Central …

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Gorillas split pair of home games

Janae Thurston, setter and sophomore in nursing, spikes the ball against Emporia State University on Nov. 5. Dominic Santiago The Pitt State Gorilla volleyball team had a pair of inner conference games last week that resulted in one victory and one tough loss.  First up for the Gorillas were the …

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NASA, Q-Space, GSA, SVP host Two-Spirit Education Event

Stephanie Spitz, campus victim’s advocate, explains the goals of SVP at the two-spirit event hosted at the Kansas Technology Center. Alyssa Tyler The Native American Student Association (NASA), Students for Violence Protection (SVP), Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA), and Q-Space came together and hosted a two-spirit education event on Nov. 4 …

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Bicknell presents symphony by late Pittsburg resident

H. John Hartmann, a Pittsburg resident that died on Dec 1, 2020, left behind a completed orchestral symphony titled “Genesis: A Symphonic Arche” that has yet to be performed. His widow, Mickey Xu, has teamed up with Dr. Mungia, Pittsburg State’s director of orchestras and a friend of John’s, to …

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Rotten Bananas: ‘Eternals’

“Eternals” is an interesting and intriguing step for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to take and, as expected, the judgement is split right down the middle. The film, directed by Chloe Zhao, stars an ensemble cast—the eponymous Eternals. The Eternals are a race of immortal warriors created by cosmic entities …

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Tex-Mex Empanadas

Ingredients: 1 sweet onion, diced 1 jalapeno, diced 1 red bell pepper, diced 3 cloves of garlic, minced 1 lb ground chicken 12 oz ground chorizo 3 tbsp taco seasoning 2 tbsp cumin ½ cup sweet corn ½ cup black beans 4 oz onion and chive cream cheese 1 tbsp …

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Football loses heartbreaker to Washburn

Jeffrey Fordjour, sophomore safety, races to help his team stop the ballcarrier in Saturday’s game against Washburn. Jeffrey racked up 11 total tackles for the season. Daniel Tustin The Pittsburg State Gorilla football team had a back-and-forth battle with the Ichabods of Washburn University which resulted in a devastating 26-28 …

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