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Goodbye, Collegio

My name is Brianna Morie Price, previous editor-in-chief, and I have worked at The Collegio for three-and-a-half years, though it is time that I say goodbye. I entered as a member of the staff on my first day of freshman year. Within a few months I had worked my way up to an …

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PSU welcomes new international students

For incoming international transfer students, the spring semester started early. The New Student Orientation Program was a three-day event, designed to prepare and welcome international students for their upcoming semester at Pittsburg State University. The orientation is held every semester and is required for every new international student. This semester it …

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Nature Reach given $10,000 Grant for new program

The Nature Reach program was awarded a 10,ooo dollar grant from Evergy in order to start a new kindergarten program. Nature Reach operates through Pitt State’s Biology department in order to provide environmental education, and studies wildlife in the area using Pitt State’s nature reserve.   “We’re an educational outreach program in the biology department. …

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Current Events around the world

North America  Senate adopts impeachment rules  The U.S. Senate has adopted ground rules for President Trump’s impeachment trial. The trial resumed  Wednesday with arguments by prosecution, followed by the defense and questions. President Trump is  charged with abuse of power and obstructing the congressional impeachment inquiry.  Asia   Deadly Virus outbreak …

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Construction students get hands on experience for the future

Senior construction students have been working on their construction projects nearing graduation. Each year students come up with an idea of a project that will benefit the school or community.   “I believe these projects are very beneficial for us construction students, it allows us to get real world experience and be …

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PSU declared StormReady®

The National Weather Service of Springfield, Missouri declared Pittsburg State as “StormReady®” on Monday, Nov. 18.   Pitt State is just one of 3,000 entities to have been declared StormReady® and it is the only university in this region.   To earn the title, there is a list of criteria that must be …

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Hundreds Gather for Pittsburg Christmas Parade

Hundreds of people lined Broadway Street, on Monday, Dec. 2 for the 40th annual Pittsburg Christmas parade. The parade was put on by the Pittsburg Parks and Recreation which went from 14th to 1st street, lasting about an hour.  Parade entries encouraged all community members to enter a float into …

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Students meet with Kansas Board of Regents

Students are one of the voices on PSU’s campus, and it is a part of the Kansas Board of Regents’ job to listen, in order support students properly.  On Thursday, Nov. 21 students had the opportunity to speak with Jon Rolph, a member of the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR). The meeting …

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PSU and KU collaborate on social work master’s program

On Nov 21, a ceremony was held in the Wilkinson Alumni Center to celebrate the new collaborative program between the University of Kansas (KU) and Pittsburg State University. The new program is offers a master’s degree in social work because of the need for mental health workers. Previously Pitt State only offered a bachelor’s …

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Poetry author Carol Frost visits Pitt State

On Nov. 21, poetry author Carol Frost came to campus as part of the Visiting Writer Series. The Visiting Writer Series brings authors from around the United States to read their works.   “I think I took away just to really appreciate the little things in your life, even if they …

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