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Men’s Rugby defeats SLU, loses to Missouri S&T in championship

The men’s rugby team played two games in the Collegiate Gateway Conference Championship. The team won the first game against SLU (22-17) on Saturday, Nov. 2. Following that game, the team went head to head with Missouri S&T on Sunday, Nov. 3 but the Gorillas lost that match (17-46).   Club president and senior in communication Ivan Walter thought the …

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PSU alumnus to be inducted into ROTC Hall of Fame

Tim Senecaut is a 1989 Pitt State alumnus and a graduate of the ROTC program. He also serves as the newly installed advisor to the PSU Student Veterans Organization and a member of the PSU Veterans Memorial Advisory Committee.   Senecaut was determined to be a part of the military due to his family’s history of service. His …

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The importance of getting out there and hearing live music

There is absolutely nothing like the experience of sitting in the concert hall and hearing a symphony orchestra play or standing outside in a crowd full of people as your favorite band plays. This is an experience that every person should have regularly and that every person should support.  Live …

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Simple, semi-homemade chicken and noodles

Ingredients  1 bag egg noodles  4 stalks celery, sliced  3 whole carrots, sliced  1/3 onion, diced  1 carton chicken broth  1 cup water  2 tsp. thyme  2 tsp. oregano   Pinch salt  Pinch pepper  1 tsp. garlic powder  1 tsp. onion powder  1/2 – 1 lb. chicken  Instructions  To begin, boil a …

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Volleyball defeated by Missouri Western

The volleyball team played a game against Missouri Western on Saturday, Nov. 2 but the Gorillas lost that game (1-3). This was the last home game of the season.   Head volleyball coach Jen Gomez took note of the chances the team had to score, but ultimately was proud of the team for the way they played.   “It …

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Bicknell houses annual PSU Choirs Concert

The Bicknell Family Center for the Arts is known for hosting a variety of events. Last week, the annual fall PSU Choirs Concert was held on Friday, Nov. 1 in the Linda & Lee Scott Performance Hall.   The concert was presented by the department of music at Pitt State and was directed by professor of music and chair …

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Griffons overpower Gorillas

The Missouri Western State University football team (7-2) captured the program’s first win over Pittsburg State (5-4) since 2012, 35-21, on Saturday, Nov. 2 at Carnie Smith Stadium/Brandenburg Field. MWSU built a 21-0 first-half lead, then rode the momentum until the final whistle.    The Griffons (7-2, 7-2 MIAA) captured their sixth consecutive win this season while handing …

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Pitt State gears up for Washburn

In the previous matchup for the Pittsburg State football team on Saturday, Nov. 2, the Gorillas fell short against the Missouri Western State Griffons 35-21.   “I think our kids played hard,” head coach Tim Beck said. “I told our kids after the game I have failed them; I feel bad that we are in this situation. You …

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KTC hosts open house

Pittsburg State University hosted its annual Kansas Technology Center open house giving high school students as well as community college students the chance to explore possible career opportunities in technology. More than 700 high school students attended the event on Friday, Nov. 1.   PSU’s College of Technology faculty and students set up demonstrations and displays to share …

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Men’s Basketball begins 2019 season with exhibition game against KU

The men’s basketball team had their first game of the season on Thursday, Oct. 31. The Gorillas lost the exhibition game against the University of Kansas (KU) (42-102).   Head men’s basketball coach Kim Anderson thought the team didn’t play all that well in the game.   “I don’t think we played very well,” Anderson said. “I think …

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