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Homemade peanut butter dog treats

Ingredients:  2/3 cup pumpkin puree  ¼ cup peanut butter  2 large eggs  3 cups whole wheat flour  Directions:  First, preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set it aside.  In a large bowl, beat pumpkin puree, peanut butter, and eggs until well …

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International Student Association welcomes exchange students with welcome party

On Friday, Aug. 30, the International Student Association (ISA), in collaboration with Pitt Pals, welcomed Pitt State’s new international students with a pizza party.   The point of this party was to not only welcome the international students, but also give them a chance to get to know all of the people within the ISA and Pitt Pals.   One of the people behind …

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Pittsburg State University chosen for nationwide project

Pittsburg State University, in alliance with the City of Pittsburg, were chosen by the Smithsonian to participate in a nationwide project.   PSU junior Caleb Durbin, biology  major with an emphasis in wildlife and conservation, started the initial project last year, doing research for his own project but didn’t receive any awards or praise during his first go-around. …

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Office of Student Diversity hosts annual Social event

There is almost always an event or activity going on in or around the campus of Pitt State. This week was no different as on Wednesday, Aug. 28, the Office of Student Diversity put together their Annual OSD Social event in the Overman Student Center.   The event is held with hopes of creating awareness of the office …

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Students Dress to Impress at the Career Clothes Closet

While in college, many students don’t think about packing business or formal attire before they travel to campus. The Career Clothes Closet offers a selection of formal attire for interviews.    On Thursday, August 29th, the Career Clothes Closet hosted an open house for students to browse and see what the closet has to offer. The …

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Car break-ins on the rise in Pittsburg

Thieves have been breaking into homes and vehicles around the community in Pittsburg. These robbers have been called “car hoppers,” as they jump from car to car checking if there are valuables in cars and if it is unlocked.  Lieutenant with Pittsburg Police Department Ben Henderson is the officer primarily …

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Oliver appointed to Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission

Jamie Oliver wears many hats, ranging from chair of PSU’s art department to landscape painter, and can now add one more. Governor Laura Kelly recently appointed Oliver to the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission.   “It’s exciting to be appointed by the governor to the Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission, I’m …

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PSU jazz musicians enrich university, churches, and community

Pittsburg is home to local music of all varieties, from classical ensembles to funk bands, but the Half-Pitts are jazzing things up.  The Half-Pitts quartet is a band made up of all Southeast Kansas musicians and PSU music students. The band consists of Bryan Amor, senior in music performance, on …

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Campus Activities hosts Game Night for Gorillas

The U-Club in the basement of the Overman Student Center is normally host to music or other events, but bingo is a first.  The Campus Activities Center (CAC) hosted the “Nacho Average Game Night” on Saturday, Aug. 24 at 7 p.m. in the University Club, colloquially known as the U-Club, …

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Cross country preparing for 2019 season

The Pitt State men and women’s cross-country teams are gearing up for the upcoming 2019 season.   Head Coach Russ Jewett is looking forward to seeing all the new cross-country members.   “I’m looking forward to seeing the new folks and their contributions to the program, how they adjust and adapt to …

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