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An educational Hawaiian celebration

Axe Library and many of its interconnected organizations came together for its annual Luau on the Lanai. The luau was originally planned to take place outside the library but was moved inside due to rain.  “We are trying to make sure the students know about the resources that are available …

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Gorillas kickoff football season

Gorilla Fest kicked off the first football game of the season Thursday, Aug. 30, with food, music, and traditional pre-game pep rally. PSU Alumni & Constituent Relations hosted Gorilla Fest for all Gorilla fans, both community members and students.  “This is just a way for us to engage our alumni …

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Gorillas break Bronchos to start 1-0

A rainy day gave way to a clear night for the opening football game of the season at Carnie Smith Stadium. Pitt State football took the win over Central Oklahoma by a score of 21-7 Thursday, Aug. 30, in front of 7616 fans.   The Gorilla offense started off hot on …

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Pizza pizazz

Munchy Mary food fighter   It’s time for the food battle you have all waited for. The battle to end all battles. Though, this won’t really be the last battle, that is just something people say for dramatic effect. The battle of the week is Dominos “Dueling Dice” Pizza versus Pizza …

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Fall Academic Success Workshops begin 

Strategies for success, sweet treats, and prizes attracted students to the first session of the Academic Success Workshop series, Wednesday, Aug. 29. The Student Success Office offers a series of academic workshops every semester, which take place on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. in Axe Library, room …

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Downtown area welcomes students back to the Jungle

The 4th Street block of Broadway hosted local businesses and student organizations during the “Back to Broadway” celebration Saturday, Aug. 18. The celebration welcomed community members and students alike, including new residents of Block22.  “Westar approached us and they wanted to help us with something special for the community,” said …

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RHA makes a splash on Tanner Lawn

The first Friday of the semester, freshmen among other students participated in a water war on the Tanner Hall Lawn. Resident Hall Assembly (RHA) hosted the water wars as a finale to their week-long Banana Bash featuring fun and interactive events for dorm residents.   “We haven’t discussed whether or not …

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Negotiations of faculty salary increase continue

Deliberations over faculty increases for the 2018-19 academic year started in June, but a final decision has yet to be made.   Last September, former Kansas governor Sam Brownback authorized a 2.5 percent raise for certain state employees, namely unclassified workers who did not receive a salary increase in 2017. This …

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Knights of Columbus presents memorial scholarship

A member of the Greeley Knights of Columbus visited Pittsburg for a check presentation about Brittney’s memorial scholarship for $1,000. Brittney was a PSU student, president of Gamma Epsilon Tau organization, and was also creator of the Crimson Creative Awards (CCAs) in 2016 as a senior in graphics & imaging …

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Student closet open for student success

Career Services Career Clothes Closet is open yet again for student-access. The closet is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., located in Career Services’ hallway on the second floor of Horace Mann.  Students can take one complete outfit per semester or simply take a single blouse, tie, …

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