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RHA welcomes spring with egg hunt

As the weather begins to warm up for Spring, many on-campus groups are beginning to host activities and events outdoors to enjoy the weather and for the ease of social distancing during the pandemic. One group that took advantage of the warm weather was the Residence Hall Assembly (RHA), who hosted a …

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ISA hosts International Student Showcase

Each spring, the International Student Association (ISA) hosts an annual cultural fair with food, games, and performances by the international students. This year, however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the cultural showcase was quite different from years past in an effort to follow social-distancing and safety guidelines.   “At the beginning of this semester when ISA discussed what to do about the Food …

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SVP hosts presentation on healthy friendships

For the past three weeks, Students for Violence Prevention (SVP) has held emotional support meetings discussing how to identify and create healthy, lasting relationships. On Mon. March 29, the topic up for discussion was how to build positive and impactful friendships.  Megan Woodfield, graduate student in psychology and director of the six-week …

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SVP hosts first session of relationship support group

On Monday, March 15, Students for Violence Prevention (SVP) hosted the first session of their new Healthy Relationships Support Group. The session was led by Megan Woodfield, a former peer educator for SVP and a current violence prevention programming graduate assistant.  “What inspired the creation of this group was really …

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ISA to host adapted international showcase

Each Spring, the International Student Association (ISA) hosts their largest cultural event- The International Food and Culture Fair, which includes the opportunity to sample foods and view performances from countries around the world. As with many areas of life, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed how events run, meaning the ISA event has undergone some changes in order to move forward with the event.   The ISA will host an adapted …

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Students organizing scavenger hunt for incoming freshman

College is a new chapter in a student’s life. For many, it’s exciting and they’re eager to begin their college career. However, it can also be overwhelming for some students.   With this in mind, this semester, Pittsburg State University students enrolled in Foundations of Leadership 600 have decided to arrange a scavenger hunt for incoming freshman students. The scavenger hunt will lead them around …

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PRISM Hosts Queer Crafts Event in Celebration of the LGBTQ Community and Empowerment Week

Pitt State is home to a wide range of student groups focused on diversity. Empowerment Week was a campus-wide event featuring PRISM, the Black Student Association, Students for Violence Prevention, Hispanics of Today and more. Each group works to bring support and awareness to the various diverse communities on campus.  On the night of Tuesday, March 9 at …

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