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ABC hosts Disney Trivia Night

Carlie Payne, sophmore in biochemistry, and Khadija Ceesay, junior in English,. work together to answer the trivia questions on Wednesday, Oct. 6. Trivia Night was hosted by ABC and included Disney and Marvel trivia questions. Diego Oliva ABC, the organization dedicated to fans of trivia, hosted a Disney-themed trivia night …

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Guardians of the Children open chapter in SE Kansas

Guardians of the Children, an organization dedicated to helping children who deal with abuse, has recently opened a chapter in southeast Kansas.  The chapter’s president, Boga, spoke about the organization and its founders. “Well, a little over a year ago a group of friends and I decided that there was …

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Volleyball wins in dominant fashion against Newman

Hope White, senior middle hitter, digs against Newman University in the John Lance Arena on Sept. 28. Caleb Oswell The Pittsburg State volleyball team came out victorious against the Jets of Newman University last Tuesday, Sept. 28.  The Gorillas kept their home winning streak alive, now sitting at 6-0 on …

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Jessip elected to national sustainability council

Tucker Jessip, sophomore in business management, was chosen to be a member of the Student Advisory Council of ENACTUS United States. ENACTUS is an organization centered around entreprenuership and sustainability. Libby Davis Sophomore in business management Tucker Jessip has been elected to the National Student Advisory Council for Enactus USA. …

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Poet Akeem Olaj performs in U-Club

Slam poet Akeem Olaj opens poetry night with a personal poem in the U-Club on Sept. 28. The performance focused on his childhood and race discrimination. Diego Oliva Spoken word poetry artist Akeem Olaj performed several poems (on themes of domestic violence, family dynamics and the LGBTQ+ community) and hosted …

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Smooth Bananas: Netflix’s ‘Diana’

Content related to the late Diana Spencer, Princess of Wales, has had something of a resurgence in recent years with a feature film featuring Kristen Stewart in the title role. However, I don’t think anyone had a Hamilton-style history musical in mind. The musical, with music by David Bryan and …

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SVP hosts annual sexual assault response panel

Local experts on sexual assault and domestic violence answered anonymous student-submitted questions during the annual Sexual Assault Response panel hosted by Students for Violence Prevention (SVP). The goal of the event, held on Wednesday, Sept. 29 virtually via Zoom at 6 p.m, was to provide resources and statistics to attendees …

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Rotten Bananas: ‘Midnight Mass’

“Midnight Mass” feels like a Stephen King novel but marches through the likes of monster movies and religious trauma. The limited series, created and directed by Mike Flanagan, features the citizens of the island town of Crockett after the return of ex-convict Riley Flynn, played by Zach Gilford, after a …

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Apple Fritter

Dough: 1 ¾ cup all purpose flour 2 tbs white granulated sugar ½ tsp salt 1 tsp instant yeast 5 tbs butter (room temperature) ½ cup milk 1 egg Filling: 5 honeycrisp or granny smith apples 2 tbs white granulated sugar 2 tbs cinnamon 3 tbs butter  1 tsp apple …

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