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PSU Nursing program reaches milestone

Pitt State’s Irene Ransom Bradley School of Nursing reached a milestone as 100 percent of its students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) to Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP) program successfully passed the Family Nurse Practitioners National Board Certification. Eight students from the program’s first cohort took the exam in the …

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Getting rid of those pesky stretch marks

It’s coming to the end of January and the pressure to stick to new years resolutions is high. Valentine’s Day is approaching, that bikini body needs to be ready for Spring break, and you are working close to be summertime fine. While you’re working hard on staying in shape, and …

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Women’s basketball falls to Washburn Ichabods

The women’s basketball team lost against the Washburn Ichabods on Saturday, Jan. 26, the score 66-70.  Despite the loss, head coach Amanda Davied believes the team “played well” but ultimately fell to the Ichabods.   “Well, I thought that we competed hard and we shared the basketball well at times.” Davied said. “The bad thing we did (is) we had a lot of turnovers and I …

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PSU biology students visit Missouri Botanical Gardens

Seven Pitt State students traveled to St. Louis to visit the Missouri Botanical Gardens (MBG) as part of a special public service project.  Led by associate professor of botany and director of Sperry Herbarium Neil Snow, students Rachel Steier, Maggie Murray, Ashton McManis, Adam Pistorious, Ryan McGinty, Claire Campbell and graduate student Caitlyn Sanders participated in …

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PSU assistant basketball coach accused of using racial slur

Pittsburg State athletics has responded to allegations that an assistant basketball coach directed a racial slur toward a counterpart from Central Missouri during a home basketball game last month. The allegations, which surfaced on Twitter, involve assistant Men’s Basketball Coach Jon Gilliam, who allegedly called a UCM coach a racial …

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International students receive welcome from ISA

New Gorillas received a welcome party on Friday, Jan. 25 at Whitesitt Hall.   The welcome party is normally the first International Student Association (ISA) event of the semester. The ISA advocate for diversity and regularly host events where international students and traditional American students can interact.   “ISA hosts this event because it wants to welcome all of the international students …

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‘Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes’ kills

“Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes’ is an ultimately boring rehash of the original Ted Bundy fiasco.  The Netflix documentary, created, written, and directed by Joe Berlinger, details the intimate aspects of Ted Bundy’s criminal life, from his initial capture, through his multiple escape attempts and then to his …

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PSU School of Construction team earns national recognition

A group of seniors in the PSU School of Construction have been hard at work creating projects around the community, resulting in national recognition.  In 2019, one team constructed a bridge on the Ruby Jack Trail located north of Joplin. Members of the team include Tiara Ewy, Travis Solander, Mollie Currid, and Sean …

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Healthier banana bread

Ingredients:  2 cups flour  1 tsp. baking soda  1/4 tsp. salt  1/2 cup butter  3/4 cup brown sugar  2 eggs, beaten  4 average-sized overripe bananas, mashed  1/2 tsp. cinnamon  1/8 tsp. nutmeg  2 tsp. vanilla flavoring  1/2 cup nuts (optional)  1/2 cup chocolate chips (optional)    Instructions:  To begin, preheat the oven to 350 …

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Records broken at Pitt State Invitational

The men and women’s indoor track and field teams hosted the Pittsburg State Invitational on Saturday, Jan. 26 on the Harvey Dean Track at the Robert W. Plaster Center.   Head coach Russ Jewett believes everyone felt “better” about the results of this competition as opposed to the previous competition they attended last weekend.   “Compared to …

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