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Recipe: Crockpot hot chocolate

Ingredients:    5 cups whole milk  1 cup half and half cream  3/4 cup granulated sugar  1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chips  1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder  1 teaspoon vanilla extract  1 cup mini marshmallows    Instructions:  For this simple recipe, in a  2.5-4 quart crockpot whisk together the milk, cream, sugar, chocolate …

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Men’s basketball stays hot through winter break

Pitt State men’s basketball has been in action over the past month. The team continued to build off it’s hot start going five and two over the seven games played during break.   First was the conclusion of the non-conference schedule with the Gorillas traveling to Las Vegas, Nevada for the …

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Women’s basketball sprints into the new year

The women’s basketball team won seven out of eight matches played over winter break.   Despite being on a road trip in Las Vegas, Nevada on Dec. 17, head coach Amanda Davied believes the team did not let that distract them from the game against Embry-Riddle. The team beat Embry-Riddle (72-59).  “To be on a …

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Overman era ends, legend remains

Pittsburg State University’s legendary former cheerleader Jack Overman died Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018. A lifelong Pittsburg resident, Overman spent his life supporting Pitt State until his last year, having celebrated his 100th birthday Aug. 23 at the building that bore his name, the Overman Student Center.  Born in Girard, Kansas, Overman attended …

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Music professor hosts Honduran conducting workshop

Professor of music and conductor of the Southeast Kansas (SEK) Symphony Raúl Munguia conducted a three-day orchestral workshop for his native nation of Honduras.  Munguia’s workshop, taking place Jan. 3 to Jan. 5, was the first of its kind, and for the people of Honduras, an altogether unique experience, as the country currently …

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Opinion: Trump’s wall is his biggest criminal act yet

President Donald J. Trump’s presidency has been marked by scandal, federal investigations, and now his infamous wall, but how have we arrived at this point, and why does this seem to be the “new normal?”  To examine the situation accurately, we first need to address how we got to such a …

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Evergy donates $100,000 to Block22 development

Westar Energy’s recently formed parent company, Evergy, donated a large sum of money totaling $100,000 to Block22, Pittsburg State’s newest residential complex.  The company formed when Westar Energy and Kansas City Power and Light merged last summer, and they have a history of donating to community and academic causes around the …

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Legislators prepare for upcoming session

State legislators gathered for a legislative send-off last weekend to discuss position statements for the upcoming session. Pittsburg State University hosted the send-off at the Alumni & Constituents Relations Building in partner with the Pittsburg Chamber of Commerce.   The send-off featured invocation speakers District 2 Kansas House Representative Ken Collins, …

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Pittsburg City Council considering public electric utility

Pittsburg’s city officials have taken a comprehensive and deliberate approach to bring the community into the future and promote economic growth through the use of public utilities.  On Jan. 8, city commissioners moved closer to that goal as they approved recommendations to conduct an in-depth analysis into the option of public power.    Public …

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‘Sex Education’ schools Netflix watchers

Netflix’s “Sex Education” teeters between awkwardness and true sexual revelation, and unlike some might think, it truly glows.  “Sex Education,” created by Laurie Nunn, stars Asa Butterfield, of “Ender’s Game” fame, as Otis Milburn, a sexually repressed, British teenager who has trouble dealing with all forms of sexual contact. Milburn’s …

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