Home / Blog List Layoutpage 77

Blog List Layout

Evolution of the Student Center

The Jack H. Overman Student Center sits in the heart of Pittsburg State’s campus, acting as a gathering space for students over decades. Since its opening in 1951, the Student Center has evolved in numerous ways.  Steve Cox, curator of special collections and university archives, shared his knowledge about the …

Read More »

Porter Hall hosts exhibit curated by PSU graduate

The department of art puts out many types of artists from sculptors to illustrators, and one such grad has curated a whole exhibit of comic book art.  The exhibit stands in the University Gallery in Porter Hall through Wednesday, Feb. 13 and features the comic book pages of Joplin native Jeremy Haun, …

Read More »

Gorillas suffer first home loss

Pitt State basketball dropped their first home game of the season on Saturday, Jan. 26 by a score of 92-82. The loss moved the Gorillas to 7-3 in league play and into a tie for third place in the MIAA.  Coming into the game, Washburn had fallen in its last game at Missouri Southern …

Read More »

Baseball, softball warming up for great season

Friday, Feb. 1 marks the start of baseball and softball and both teams are already preparing for the upcoming season.   According to head baseball coach Bob Fornelli, the baseball team has been practicing since the middle of January.   “…We get our first chance to play as a team on February 1st which is Friday so …

Read More »

Pittsburg non-profits get ‘All Aboard’

Pittsburg’s All Aboard Foundation, a branch of Watco Companies, recently took local non-profits under their wing—and roof—all housed in the old Arvest Bank location downtown.  The All Aboard Foundation purchased the downtown Arvest Bank location in spring 2018 for a transformation into a home for local non-profits. Non-profits part of the foundation …

Read More »

Pitt Pals kickoffs a new semester

Pittsburg State’s International Programs and Services kicked off the new semester by beginning their “Pitt Pals” program. The kickoff began at 7 p.m. on Jan. 18 in the Crimson and Gold Ballroom in the Overman Student Center. The program pairs American and international students together to form connections between cultures.  Brenda Hawkins, immigration and advising coordinator …

Read More »

Get into gray

Winter seasons often bring about darker colors, emphasizing blacks and deep reds, blues, and greens, though this year it seems that one color has out-ranked them all. That color is grey. If you want to stay up-to-date with the current fashion trends then you need to first start by stocking …

Read More »

Gorillas engage in the Organization Fair

The Student Organization Fair is a way for students to get involved on campus and work their way out to be become effective and empowered. Its an opportunity for all students to share their passion, create and leave a positive impact not only on the local community but also on the international level.  “Each semester, Campus …

Read More »

PSU ranks high across multiple discipline

In 2019 rankings of thousands of universities across the United States, Pittsburg State University has earned high rankings for several different programs and achievements. PSU ranked No. 1 for one category and ranked highly in others.  According to the 2019 U.S. News and Report’s rankings, PSU is the No.1 regional public university in Kansas, No. 26 in “Best Public Schools in the Midwest.”, and 101 in …

Read More »
%d bloggers like this: