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Major changes coming to chem department

Braidon Beard reporter   In the midst of staff layoffs, reductions, and retirees, the chemistry and physics departments are undergoing a shift in leadership with Bobby Winters, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, serving as acting chair for both departments.   Peter Dvornic, former chair of the department of …

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Religion has no place in government

The First Amendment contains an apparent oxymoron: religious freedom is to be protected and there must be separation of church and state. Understandably, this can lead to erroneous interpretation, but one would expect the attorney general of the United States to know that the government’s laws derive from the Constitution, …

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Students develop business within Block 22

Brittan Brenner, senior in communication, and Kailey Pearson, sophomore and graphic communications, have set plans to partner together to create a business oppening in the fall called Sonder & Company. With Brenner studying an emphsis in public relations and Pearson with graphic design, the two set out to complete a …

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The web has lost its safety net (neutrality)

As of last Monday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) finally got their way with the web—after quite the lengthy battle, might I add. June 11 marked the end of free internet and the beginning of an unnecessary competition with the repeal of net neutrality taking affect.  Net neutrality provided a …

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Fornelli takes lead of Gorilla baseball

The Gorillas are receiving a hornet as former Emporia State head baseball coach Bob Fornelli is taking over as the new head coach of the Pitt State baseball team.   Fornelli has held position as head coach in division II baseball for 22 years, 15 of which have been spent at …

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PSU welcomes junior athletes for summer camps

Pittsburg State University prides itself on providing high-caliber athletic programs led by seasoned coaches, and each summer students in elementary through high school have the opportunity to train and play like Gorillas at one of the many athletic camps.    For Amanda Davied, PSU women’s basketball head coach, summer camps are …

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Track shows-out at national championships

Another season of outdoor track has come and gone, as has the 2018 annual NCAA Division Two National Championships, held this year at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina. After three days of competition May 24-26, the men and women outdoor track and field teams came home with many …

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Deadpool 2 kills theatregoers with humor and action abound

Deadpool 2, starring Ryan Reynolds, is a raunchy, rambunctious, and raucous rickshaw ride from beginning to end, slaughtering the competition by being a thrilling endeavor, complete with beautifully choreographed fight scenes, comically timed dialogue, and a foray into the world of mutant relations.  The film focuses on Wade Wilson, our titular hero, who …

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Quick ranch twice-baked potato

Ingredients 1 Russet potato  4 tbsp. sour cream  ½ cup shredded cheese  2 tbsp. ranch dressing  1 tbsp. chopped chives    Instructions First, thoroughly wash your potato in running water to clean off all dirt before beginning the baking process. After the potato is clean and ready to bake, take …

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