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Turf project nears completion; stadium to re-open to public soon

Courtesy of PSU Marketing and Communication department A project to replace the turf field at Pittsburg State University’s Carnie Smith Stadium will wrap up soon and the stadium will re-open to the public.  The project, which began on June 22, is being funded by Freeman Health System of Joplin, Missouri.  …

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MIAA announced delay to start of fall sports

The cancellation and postponement of sports last spring left many wondering what the fall season would look like and if there would be season for fall sports.   The MIAA has decided to delay the start of fall sports until September and the start of football until October due to COVID-19 concerns.   “Well, …

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Greek Life

There are many ways to get involved on campus at Pitt State. One way to do that is joining organizations like a fraternity or sorority.   There are some benefits to joining Greek life according to Fraternity and Sorority Program Coordinator Anna Stark.   “I think some of the best benefits of joining a fraternity or …

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‘Wrinkles the Clown’ gives a scare in July

“Wrinkles the Clown” is a wild ride through the “evil clown” phenomenon publicized in the news in the mid-2010s.  The documentary, directed by Michael Beach Nichols, features the eponymous clown and the hysteria surrounding the performer. Wrinkles, based in Florida, offers parents of naughty children his phone number to call when …

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Creamy chicken alfredo soup

Ingredients:  1 tablespoon unsalted butter  1 cup chopped yellow onion  1/3 teaspoon kosher salt  1/2 teaspoon black pepper, and more for garnish  3 garlic cloves, minced  4 cups chicken broth  1 jar Alfredo sauce, 15 ounces  2 cups green peas, frozen is fine  2 cups rotisserie chicken, shredded  1/2 lb. medium pasta shells, cooked according …

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PSU announces plans for fall 2020 semester

After the remainder of the spring 2020 semester was moved online in March followed by summer courses being moved online, many students and faculty were left wondering what the fall 2020 semester would look like at PSU.   Pitt State has released plans for the fall 2020 semester including changes to the academic calendar, …

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Kelce gets innovative to ensure spacing, traffic flow

Courtesy of PSU Marketing and Communication department   Q. How is one of most heavily trafficked colleges at Pittsburg State University working this summer to ensure students and faculty are able to complete coursework amidst the COVID-19 pandemic when school resumes this fall?    A. Kelce College of Business Dean Paul Grimes began …

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Universities, schools pondering fall classes amid coronavirus concerns

The closure of college campuses in March left many wondering what decisions would be made about the fall 2020 semester.   With the recent surge in COVID-19 cases and more and more universities making decisions about the fall semester, there has been a lot of concern about the health and safety of students and professors as well as …

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