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Pitt Pals program starts new semester

Domestic students and international students met their Pitt Pals partners during the Pitt Pals kick-off on  Jan. 24. Pitt Pals is a program that matches up domestic students with new international students. The Pitt Pal kick off started the international student’s first semester by matching them up with a domestic student.    “I think international …

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Sweet and sour pork ribs

Ingredients:  1-pound spare pork ribs  2 tablespoons cooking oil  7 teaspoons sugar  2 tablespoons light soy sauce  3 tablespoons black vinegar  3 ginger slices  4 green onion white parts  Hot water as needed  1/2 tablespoon white sesame seed for garnish  Spring onion for garnish  Instructions:  To begin, cut the pork …

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“You” Seaon Two Hits Netflix With a Bang

In 2018 the show “You” was released onto Netflix. Produced by Greg Berlanti and Sera Gamble this show become an instant hit. The reviews were so great that Netflix renewed the show for a second season, which was released on Netflix December of 2019.   The show “You” is based on Joe Goldberg played by Penn Badgley, who is noticeably suffering from narcissistic personality disorder. In season one, Goldberg notices a …

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Student Starts Mental Health Philanthropy

A new student philanthropy, “Sigma Saves” was started to spread awareness about mental health and suicide. The philanthropy was started by Mya Houdyshell, a Junior elementary education and special education major.    “I have known a lot of people who have struggled and so I decided that this has become enough and …

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Track and Field teams compete at NWMSU Open

The track and field teams travelled to Maryville, Missouri from Friday, Jan. 24 to Saturday, Jan. 25 to compete in the Northwest Missouri Open competition.   According to head coach Russ Jewett, the teams could have competed better.   “Well, it was a bit lackluster in some ways,” Jewett said. “…we were a little sluggish, frankly, …

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SGA hosts “Understanding Impeachment” event

The topic of impeachment has been highlighted in the last few months, as President Donald Trump has recently been impeached by the House of Representatives.   On Jan. 28 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., the Student Government Association (SGA) hosted the “Understanding Impeachment” event. This event took place in the Overman Student Center Ballroom. During this event Darren …

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Simple spinach and bacon quiche

Ingredients:  6 large eggs, beaten  1 1/2 cups heavy cream  Salt and pepper  2 cups chopped fresh baby spinach  1-pound bacon cooked and crumbled  1 1/2 cups shredded Swiss cheese  1 (9 inch) refrigerated pie crust  Instructions:  To begin, preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit (190 degrees Celcius).   Secondly, place …

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Current Events around the world

North America  Senate adopts impeachment rules  The U.S. Senate has adopted ground rules for President Trump’s impeachment trial. The trial resumed  Wednesday with arguments by prosecution, followed by the defense and questions. President Trump is  charged with abuse of power and obstructing the congressional impeachment inquiry.  Asia   Deadly Virus outbreak …

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Students invited to Academic Honors Program

As the new semester begins, the deadline for students to apply for the Academic Honors Program is approaching. The deadline for applications for the program is Feb. 3. And must be turned in to Jeanette Davied. Her office is located in the Registrar’s office, Room 103 Russ Hall.  Applications are required by the …

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Athlete of the Week: Tristan Gegg

This week’s athlete of the week is women’s basketball player and sophomore elementary education major Tristan Gegg.   From 2018-2019, Gegg played in all 30 games and averaged 8 points and 1.9 rebounds per game. She made a total of 40 three pointers and shot 74.2 percent from the free throw line. In high …

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