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Smooth Bananas: Disney’s ‘Encanto’

The movie musical is becoming a rare beast in the modern age of film, but Disney’s latest offering, “Encanto,” proves that a soundtrack can carry a film just as much as the plot or animation. The film, directed by Byron Howard and Jared Bush, stars “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actress Stephanie Beatriz …

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Women’s basketball wins at home against conference opponents

Sydnee Crain, senior in construction management, dribbles across the court during their game against Emporia State on Thursday, Jan. 13. Images Courtesy of Derek Livingston The Pittsburg State University women’s basketball team hosted their first home basketball games on Jan. 13 and 14 against Emporia State University and Washburn University. …

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Thomas Deane performs senior recital

Thomas Deane, senior in vocal education, sings his third piece of his vocal recital in McCray Hall on Nov. 30. He chose music based on his connection to them. Caleb Oswell Thomas Deane performed his senior voice recital on Tuesday before beginning his last semester in Spring where he will …

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Social Work Plus boosts morale on campus

Adriaen Gillespie, senior in social work and president of Social Work Plus, speaks to Dr. Dory Quinn, associate professor and advisor for Social Work Plus, during a Social Work Plus meeting on Nov. 29. The organization works to support the city of Pittsburg by holding events and providing services to …

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Smooth Bananas: The life and work of Stephen Sondheim

Last weekend, the world of musical theatre lost a giant: Stephen Sondheim, one of the most influential composers and songwriters of the 20th century. Sondheim was responsible for some of the most beloved musicals of the 1900s, including “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” “A Little Night Music,” …

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NASA hosts relearning thanksgiving

Blake Johnson, junior in creative writing and NASA president, prepares the sample food boxes at the relearning Thanksgiving event on Nov. 30 in Dellinger Underground. Alyssa Tyler The Native American Association (NASA) hosted, ‘Relearning Thanksgiving’ at Dellinger Underground on Nov. 30. “This is Relearning Thanksgiving. This is a three-sample box …

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Vegetarian Power Bowl

Ingredients 2 tbs avocado oil 3 cups butternut squash, cubed 1 large beet, peeled and cubed 1 tsp garlic powder ½ tsp cumin 6 cups kale, roughly chopped ⅓ cup walnuts ⅓ cup dried cranberries 1 avocado For the dressing 2 tbs tahini 2 tbs coconut aminos 1 tbs lemon …

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PSU staff take part in PSU in Paraguay

Dr. Bobby Winters, associate dean in the department of arts and sciences, teaches Paraguayan students as part of the PSU in Paraguay program. Dr. Winters previously taught as part of the program before becoming the Director of PSU in Paraguay. Image courtesy of PSU in Paraguay Pittsburg State University offers …

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PSU Choir performs at Holiday Luncheon

Members of the University Choir sing to a group of parents and supporters of the department of music on Dec. 1. The group performed during a musical luncheon that was held inside the Overman Student Center and featured many holiday songs performed by the University Choir and Chorale groups. Dominic …

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