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PSU celebrates African culture and diversity

Music and dancing filled the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts as African students celebrated their culture.   Pitt State students and community members had the opportunity to attend African Cultural Night from 5 to 8:30 p.m., April 5 at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts. Hosted by the African Student …

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Club Volleyball closes season at Regional Championship

The Club Volleyball team traveled to Kansas City to compete in the Regional Championships Saturday, April 6. The team played five games and won the first two. Club president Lauren Esquibel believes the team played well and have improved since their last tournament. “We actually played very well,” Esquibel said. …

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Korean culture celebrated at Pitt State

Pittsburg State students and community members had the opportunity to experience Korean culture at Korean Culture Day. Korean Culture Day was held from 6 to 8 p.m., April 3 at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts, to celebrate culture with Korean students and non-Korean students alike. The event is …

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PSU Nursing students receive federal grant for SANE training

Pittsburg State Nursing students are able to receive Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner training thanks to an $800,288 federal grant announced by U.S. Senator Jerry Moran at the Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing.  The grant serves three counties and has trained three students in March, with three more students expected to begin …

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Pittsburg community peeks at the “Edge of the Universe”

Pitt State’s Kelce Planetarium in Yates Hall opened its doors once again to the public for students and community members to learn while gazing upon the stars.  This week’s presentation, titled “Touching the edge of the Universe” was held Tuesday, April 2, and began with Easton Morrill, junior majoring in mathematics and physics with an emphasis in …

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Gorilla Pantry new leader to fight food insecurity

The Gorilla Pantry, located in Whitesitt 310, recently found new leadership. This semester Taylor Panczer, Campus Activities Center’s (CAC) program coordinator who oversees prevention & wellness, also added to her list of titles and duties to oversee the Gorilla Pantry.  Panczer took the role this January and has since began working toward …

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Kansas Crossing Casino hosts ‘Rock to Bach’

An orchestra is often associated with symphony halls and black tie-events and can take music to the next level.  The Kansas Crossing Casino, the Southeast Kansas (SEK) Symphony, and local rock bands, J3 and The Momma’s Boyz, came together to present Rock to Bach, March 29th and 30th, at The Corral located inside the casino. The …

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Student composer to go to national music festival

Music may be an enjoyment for many people, but for some, it’s a lifestyle. One such person is senior in music education Brock Willard.  He has recently taken his passion to new heights as he was accepted into the prestigious Atlantic Music Festival (AMF) Institute Composition Program. Willard said he can remember his journey …

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