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Infinity scarves for infinity?

With fall weather comes not only fall clothing but also accessories, including hats and beanies, gloves, boot socks, vests, and especially scarves. Scarves can be a controversial topic when discussing the different varieties and styles—specifically infinity scarves. By reader suggestion, today’s focus is on infinity scarves.  One of the newer editions …

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How to make your own frontal or closure

When it comes to getting sew-ins or buying wigs, we want to always have the most natural-looking hair and the most reasonably priced. These days it is so easy to meet this checklist with the internet at our fingertips. However, ensuring that the closures and frontals you purchase match the texture of the bundles can …

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‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ named champion of the box office

“Bohemian Rhapsody” is a stunning show of Freddie Mercury’s tragic life and Queen’s troubled lifetime.  The film, directed by Brian Singer, focuses on the life of famed lead singer of Queen, Freddie Mercury, until his iconic and almost mythic performance at Live-Aid in 1985. The film begins in Mercury’s college days …

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PSU prepares to celebrate international education

International Education Week, an opportunity to celebrate and learn about the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide, will begin next week and run from Nov. 12-16. Throughout the week, there will be a variety of events showcasing cultures and countries from around the world including: tea tasting, study abroad …

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Distracted driving endangers students

According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 3,000 people were killed in 2016 as a result of distracted driving.   “I like to stop and think you know, okay so if it’s really that important of a message, whether you’re driving or walking for that matter, especially driving. Is …

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Homeless in crisis in Pittsburg

For the homeless people of Pittsburg, winter can be a harsh time. One organization on campus has decided to help out the homeless this cold season.   Pittsburg State Enactus helped to open up “The Door” church as a “code blue shelter” as part of their work with homeless solutions.  “Our goal is really to get …

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Dean inducted into Hall of Fame

Paul Grimes, dean of the Kelce College of Business and former professor at Mississippi State University, has been inducted into the Mississippi Council on Economic Education Hall of Fame.  “I had lots of different emotions when I got the call – very surprised and excited at first and then grateful …

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McCullough aids the Cause for Claus

One senior social work student’s most recent undertaking has gone out for community service.   Sam McCullough is currently working with Tom’s Cause for Claus, an organization very “close to her heart,” to make Christmas more for kids in her hometown.   “Tom’s Cause for Claus was actually created by a family friend,” McCullough said. “She’s …

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Gorillas ‘dig’ databasing

For the past two years, associate professor of biology and curator of T.M. Sperry Herbarium Neil Snow has been working with his students on a project that spans the country and can be helpful around the globe.   “We Dig Bio” is an event that took place Oct. 18 and 19 in which 20 Pitt …

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