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Wind Ensemble honors Pittsburg composer during “Sneak Peak” concert

The Pittsburg State Wind Ensemble honored recently deceased composer Barbara York during their concert entitled “Sneak Peak.”  The PSU Wind Ensemble broadcast their second concert of the fall semester, Thursday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. The concert was recorded in the Linda and Lee Scott Performance Hall at the Bicknell Family Center for …

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SGA proposes ‘Mental Health Days’ in the spring semester

Before students were released for Thanksgiving break, a Bulk-E was sent out requesting them to take a survey. The survey, which the Student Government Association (SGA) requested be sent out to students, asked students for their opinion on the possibility of having ‘Mental Health Days’ in the spring semester.   It has not yet been decided whether or not …

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Nature Reach given $10,000 grant by Evergy

The Pittsburg State Nature Reach Program was awarded a grant by Evergy.   The grant, which is $10,000, will enable Nature Reach to make improvements to the raptor housing including repairs, improvements, and expansions.   “Nature Reach has been around since 1985 and we take live animals to classrooms during non-COVID times and …

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PSU professor honored with induction to Hall of Honor

Pittsburg State University professor Russ Rosmait was inducted into the Hall of Honor by the Investment Casting Institute in Montvale, New Jersey for his contributions to the investment casting field.   Investment casting is a form of metal-forming technique which involves a wax pattern being coated with a ceramic material. Once it is dry and hardened, …

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Student advocates for birth control

PSU student Kaitlyn Rhea started a project in hopes of educating students on the topic on birth control. “I decided to conduct this project on the topic of birth control because of the current climate surrounding the topic of women’s rights,” Rhea said. “I also wanted to do this project …

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Student petitions for women’s rights in Saudi Arabia, India

Women all around the world face difference experiences. For an assignment in Global Women’s Issues, PSU student Sydney McClanahan started a petition for women’s rights in Saudi Arabia and India. “I got my inspiration by reading the material for the course,” McClanahan said. “We read about how women in Saudi …

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