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How to build up a great makeup collection

When it comes to building a makeup collection as a beginner in makeup, watching all those makeup tutorials and makeup artists with large varieties of beauty products can be intimidating. To those beginners, there should be no reason to feel overwhelmed with intimidation because there are five great tips to accumulating a decent size …

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Food Fight: do sushi what I see? 

Munchy Mary food fighter  When people think of Pittsburg, Kansas, their next thought is likely not about the great sushi it has to offer. However, it may be time for locals to change their tune thanks to the sushi provided by Tokyo, Chatters, and Ron’s. The three unlikely competitors consistently …

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American takes Americana

The 4th of July snuck up as quick as the recurring tube-top trend this summer, which means you aren’t in much need of guidance for how to show your red, white, and blue this year, but we can discuss how we rocked it!  Every year the 4th of July is …

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KIDS SEE GHOSTS- “KIDS SEE GHOSTS” 

T.K. White In August of 2017, rumors started floating around that Kanye West and Kid Cudi were secretly working on a project together. No one was quite sure what to expect as everything surrounding the release had been rather tight-lipped. As I heard these murmurings, I did not get my …

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Food Fight: Chicken Royale

Munchy Mary – Food Fighter  Like so many famous battles in history, people often stand on one side or the other – left or right, blue and black or white and gold, Yanny or Laurel, etc. One of the biggest debates that divides those in the Pittsburg community, however, is …

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Romping in your romper

For the past few summers rompers have made their ultimate comeback and every fashion lover is seemingly eating them up, this leading to new trends like the jumpsuit and now tube-top jump suit. The other side of this trend, though, features many upset fasionistas—such as myself.   Rompers are great summer …

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Celebrating faith, family miles from home

Carol Anne Smock editor in chief   People who practice the Islam faith around the world celebrated the end of Ramadan, a 30-day period of fasting, last week with the Eid al-Fitr holiday, a time to celebrate faith and family. Despite being thousands of miles from their home country of China, …

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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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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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