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NFTs are far more dangerous than they appear

The next big fad that has been a prominent part of the cultural zeitgeist in the past year or so is the phenomenon of NFTs, or non-fungible tokens. Like many topics that are talked about to death like a dead horse, the actual definition of “NFT” has been fluid, at …

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Crock Pot Chicken

Ingredients: 1 lb. Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts 4 cups of  fresh green beans trimmed 4 potatoes diced 1/3 cup FRESH lemon juice (1 large or 2 small lemons) 1/4 cup olive oil 1 tsp. dried oregano 1 tsp. salt 1/4 tsp. pepper 1/4 tsp. onion powder 2 garlic cloves minced  …

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You have the power to start over, whenever you want

I have spent a large part of my entire life in a gym, from going to the daycare when I was younger, to running laps with my parents around the indoor track, to getting my first job in the same daycare I attended, and to finally finding my own passion …

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PSU baseball opens season strong

The Pittsburg State University baseball team has begun their season with the UCO First Pitch Classic. The team had a strong showing in the first matchup against Southwestern Oklahoma and faced tough competition versus Oklahoma Baptist. The start of the 2022 season was set to start on Feb. 4 at …

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English organizations come together to create bookmarks

Sai Im-Iam, senior in professional writing, works to help promote the english club by making promotional bookmarks on Monday, Feb. 7. Megan Brownell Sigma Tau Delta (English honors society) and Blank Page collaborated to create bookmarks for a future club recruitment drive. The event was held on Feb. 7 in …

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Campus Activities hosts ‘Emerging Leaders Academy’

Lydia Zerr, freshman in political science, fills out a leadership worksheet at the Emerging Leadership Academy on Feb. 6. Alyssa Tyler Leadership is a skill many students want to acquire during their time at a university, so the Campus Activities Center (CAC) provided a unique leadership training opportunity for members …

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Kansas Polymer Research Center to co-host unique workshop

The Kansas Polymer Research Center (KPRC) will soon be partnering with producers, extension agents, students, and universities around the country for a workshop with the goal of providing solutions to the problems producers face on a day-to-day basis. The workshop is currently planned for Feb. 23-25. Potential activities during the …

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French Club says ‘Bonjour!’ to PSU

PSU has many clubs here on campus that give their own unique taste to the university and there is one club that brings culture from halfway across the world: the French Club. The French Club here at PSU does many things to help people get involved in the French language, …

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