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GAB hosts movie night

Students prepare to watch “Dear Evan Hansen” inside of the Overman Student Center on Feb. 16. The event hosted by GAB offered opportunities for students to learn about mental health resources on campus. Dominic Santiago The Gorilla Activity Board showed “Dear Evan Hansen” in the Overman Student Center on Feb. …

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Root Coffeehouse hosts open mic night

Michael Brewer sings and plays a guitar at Root Coffeehouse’s Open Mic Night on Feb. 18. Root Coffeehouse plans on making open mic nights a common event at their shop on Broadway St. Caleb Oswell According to Andra Stefanoni, co-owner of Root Coffeehouse, the establishment is a gathering place. Now …

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Broccoli cheddar soup

Ingredients: 1 tablespoon butter1 onion, chopped ¼ cup melted butter¼ cup flour 2 cups milk2 cups chicken stock 1 ½ cups chopped broccoli1 cup matchstick-cut carrots2 ½ cups shredded sharp Cheddar cheesesalt and ground black pepper to taste Directions: Melt 1 tablespoon butter in a skillet over medium-high heat. Saute onion in hot butter until …

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Rotten Bananas: ‘Last Week Tonight with John Oliver’

Comedians doing commentary on politics is absolutely nothing new. Late night talk shows are renowned for this practice, but none do it quite like John Oliver. The show, created by British-American comedian and actor John Oliver, features the comedian commenting on the issues of our time. He has covered a …

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SGA turns to allocations

The Student Government Association held their weekly meeting on February 16, 2022. The meeting discussed resolutions regarding trigger warnings on display cases, as well as spring allocations. After Roll call, officer reports began. President Brenner started off by mentioning that she was working on the freedom of expression project, and …

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Softball splits games over weekend

Gabby Schultz, sophomore in marketing, swings at the softball in the game against Drury on Feb. 20. Megan Brownell Gorilla Softball hosted a tri against Winona State University and Drury University. On Saturday Feb. 19th, the Gorillas got off to a tough start, losing to the Warriors 0-9. After that …

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College of Education hosts Teacher Interview Day

Teacher Interview Day was held by the College of Education on February 15, 2022. The event consisted of education majoring students being interviewed by 75 different school districts in search of future teachers in need of a job. The College of Education hosts this interview day annually in February. The …

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PSU wind ensemble performs before KMEA

The Pittsburg State University Wind Ensemble performs “Irrational Joy” during the symphonic band and wind ensemble concert held on Feb. 17. Composer Steven Bryant created the piece in 2017. Dominic Santiago The Pittsburg State University wind ensemble performed a number of musical pieces during their performance at the Bicknell Center …

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PSU women’s basketball falls to MSSU

Sydnee Crane, senior in construction management, runs the offense against Missouri Southern in the women’s basketball game on Feb. 19. Alyssa Tyler The Pitt State women’s basketball team played the Missouri Southern State University Lions in two games on Feb. 16 and Feb. 19. The Lions are currently second in …

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