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Apple Butter Pie

Ingredients: ½ cup apple butter 2 large eggs ½ cup white sugar 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1 tsp cinnamon 2 cups whole milk Pie crust pastry Instructions: First, beat your eggs in a medium bowl until the yolks and whites are thoroughly mixed. Add in sugar, cornstarch, cinnamon and *apple butter …

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Alpha Gamma Delta hosts mac and cheese sale

Alexis Ourada, freshman in business and member of Alpha Gamma Delta, serves maccaroni and cheese to students in the lower level of Grubbs Hall on Oct. 27. The maccaroni and cheese sale was part of Alpha Gamma Delta’s philanthropy events to help combat student hunger. Dominic Santiago Alpha Gamma Delta, …

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Guest international choir performs at Bicknell Center

International Choir of the Music of the Continents perfoms with conductor Vladimir Gorbik at the Bicknell Center on Nov. 2. Alyssa Tyler The International Choir of the Music of the Continents held their first concert on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2021. The choir sang various Russian pieces and was conducted by …

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Gorilla Football continues winning streak

Tyler Adkins, senior running back, pushes back the defender as he runs for the first down during the game against Central Oklahoma University on Oct. 30. Adkins rushed for one touchdown giving him five for the year. Daniel Tustin The Pittsburg State football team won their third consecutive game after …

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Shock the Nation wins against Hood Fav EBK

Mason Richards, freshman in construction management, attempts a pass against Hood Fav EBK during the intramural flag football red division game. Richards is the quarterback for ‘Shock the Nation.’ Dominic Santiago Shock the Nation, one of the intramural flag football teams, defeated Hood Fav EBK in the men’s flag football …

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Christian Automotive Majors help students get home

Randy Jones, associate automotive professor and student advisor of Christian Automotive Majors, performs a standard safety check on a car. Christian Automotive Majors will offer free car safety checks for students on Nov. 6. Libby Davis Pitt State will have a lot of students on the road during the holiday …

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‘I don’t get into politics’ is a privileged statement

This past week, Pittsburg held elections for open seats on the city commission and the school board. There are many Pittsburg State students who didn’t vote, didn’t know the platforms of candidates running, didn’t know who was running, or didn’t even know that Pittsburg is run by a city commission. …

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Autism Support Group fosters connection

Ryan Bennett, sophomore in communication, Bella L’Heureux, senior in biology, and Lizzie Skidmore, senior in nursing, discuss a topic during an autism support group meeting on Oct. 28. The group meets overy other Thursday in the Overman Student Center. Dominic Santiago The Autism Support Group is a group on campus …

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Why chose print in a digital world?

With the rise of the Amazon Kindle, the smartphone, and a million other ways to traverse the written word via screen, the world seems to be slowly moving towards a completely digital existence. However, there are still some aspects of traditional ink-on-paper printing that digital media just can’t match. Take, …

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