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Cajun Chicken Pasta

Ingredients 8 oz penne pasta2 boneless skinless chicken breasts2 tsp olive oil2 Tbsp unsalted butter2 Tbsp cajun seasoning, divided1 Tbsp of minced garlic1 can of  diced tomatoes with green chilies1 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese Instructions Bring a large pot of water to a boil, cook …

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Throwback Rotten Bananas: ‘James and the Giant Peach’

Roald Dahl’s engaging stories for young people have been adapted and retold multiple times, but none quite as charming as “James and the Giant Peach.” The film, directed by Henry Selick, stars former child actor Paul Terry as the titular character with an ensemble cast filling out the other roles. …

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Softball goes 3-2 in weekend tournament

Gorilla Softball played 5 games in the Washburn Invitational Tournament. They played The University of Sioux Falls, Southwest Minnesota State University, St. Cloud State University, Wayne State College, and The University of Minnesota-Crookston. They started off the tournament slow, playing Sioux Falls on Saturday Feb. 26th. The Gorillas would finish …

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Lady Gorillas split final regular season games

The Lady Gorillas closed the regular season, losing to Emporia State University on Feb. 23rd, 86-93, and then winning in the final game against Newman University on Feb. 26th, 77-52. The Gorillas started off well against the Hornets, holding a 20-14 lead after the first quarter. They kept up in …

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PSU Theater presents ‘39 Steps’

Matthew Parrott, junior in communications, gives a monologue during the play, 39 Steps on Feb. 21. Alyssa Tyler PSU Theatre is presenting “39 Steps,” a play that has been described as a comedic spy-thriller. “39 Steps’ is originally a 1915 spy novel; it has some international intrigue. It was liberally …

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Altruistic Alliance of University Women hosts clothing drive

Kylee Perry, undeclared freshman, donates a coat for the Wesley House Clothing Drive on Feb. 22. Alyssa Tyler With the threat of cold weather always looming over Pittsburg, people in desperate need of warmer clothing turn to organizations like Wesley House to help them. The Altruistic Alliance of University Women …

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Alpha Gamma Delta holds Week of Service

Paige Unruh, junior in nursing and president of Alpha Gamma Delta, is interviewed on Feb. 21 about the Week of Service done the week before. Alyssa Tyler The sorority Alpha Gamma Delta volunteered at a variety of community service events and organizations throughout their Week of Service. Week of Service …

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Don’t wait to lean in; live your career now

This past week, I had the wonderful opportunity to sit down with professional composer Stephanie Ann Boyd, and our chat was positively eye opening. The greatest piece of advice she had to offer was “start now,” and “it gets easier later.” Any time you meet someone who is wildly successful …

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Why Having a Pet is Beneficial

When I was getting ready to move to college and leave my home behind for the school year, the one thing on my mind was that I wouldn’t be able to take my dogs with me, and not see their wagging tails and smiling faces everyday like I had done …

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Men’s basketball wins against rival

Bobby Arthur-Williams jr., graduate students in human resource development, looks to pass the ball during the game on Feb. 19 against Missouri Southern. Alyssa Tyler The Pittsburg State University Men’s Basketball team faced the Lions of Missouri Southern University in a home-and-away matchup last week. The games saw the Gorillas …

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