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Christian Automotive Majors help students get home

Randy Jones, associate automotive professor and student advisor of Christian Automotive Majors, performs a standard safety check on a car. Christian Automotive Majors will offer free car safety checks for students on Nov. 6. Libby Davis Pitt State will have a lot of students on the road during the holiday …

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‘I don’t get into politics’ is a privileged statement

This past week, Pittsburg held elections for open seats on the city commission and the school board. There are many Pittsburg State students who didn’t vote, didn’t know the platforms of candidates running, didn’t know who was running, or didn’t even know that Pittsburg is run by a city commission. …

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Autism Support Group fosters connection

Ryan Bennett, sophomore in communication, Bella L’Heureux, senior in biology, and Lizzie Skidmore, senior in nursing, discuss a topic during an autism support group meeting on Oct. 28. The group meets overy other Thursday in the Overman Student Center. Dominic Santiago The Autism Support Group is a group on campus …

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Why chose print in a digital world?

With the rise of the Amazon Kindle, the smartphone, and a million other ways to traverse the written word via screen, the world seems to be slowly moving towards a completely digital existence. However, there are still some aspects of traditional ink-on-paper printing that digital media just can’t match. Take, …

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Volleyball splits a pair of home games

The Pittsburg State Gorilla volleyball team lost a tough battle against the number six-ranked Bearcats of Northwest Missouri State but battled back to defeat the Griffons of Missouri Western the following day. Oct. 22 was a tall task for the Gorillas, playing against the very talented and nationally recognized Northwest …

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Smooth Bananas: A brief look into film scoring

Often when we watch films, the music is overlooked despite its integral position in the overall composition of the movie. Moviegoers first remember the actors in the movie, and then the director, but the composer of the film’s score is the last to be remembered, followed only by the technical …

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Rotten Bananas: ‘Dune’

Since the absolute flop of the first cinematic adaptation of Frank Herbert’s “Dune” in the 80s by David Lynch, many people in the pop culture sphere thought the ground-breaking sci-fi novel was impossible to bring to life in a pleasing package. This 2021 fall movie season has proven that myth …

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ROTC holds field training exercises in Neosho

Jordan Cullen, junior in nursing, shoots for his weapon qualifications at Camp Crowder on Oct. 22. The qualifications require shooting targets that pop up in different places in the range at varying ranges distances. Caleb Oswell ROTC cadets from PSU and WSU practiced their skills in field training exercises at …

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Zombie Guts

Ingredients 2 tsp active dry yeast 1 tbs brown sugar 1 ¾ cup warm water Pinch of salt 1 tsp red food coloring (optional) 1.5 cups red velvet box cake mix (dry) 2.5 cups flour Filling ⅓ cup melted butter 1 cup brown sugar ½ tsp cinnamon Glaze 1 cup …

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