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Plastics engineering students attend “K Fair” in Germany

Nine Pittsburg State University students went on a study abroad trip to Germany. These nine students were plastics engineering technology students and went on the trip to the K Trade Fair in Dusseldorf, Germany.   “The initial purpose was to go to the K Show, it’s a show that happens every three years and …

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Jason Knowles: new professor of media production

Jason Knowles is a fresh face inspiring students in the communication department at Pittsburg State University. Knowles recently joined the communication department faculty in August 2019.  “What I teach here is a little bit of everything as far as time-based media production so audio production and both life and recorded, broadcasting, so video broadcasting as well as film making, I …

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Second Annual Stomp-A-Palooza

On Nov. 14, the fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha held the second annual “Stomp-A-Palooza” in the Dotty and Bill Theater in the Bicknell Center.    The sororities Alpha Sigma Alpha and Sigma Sigma Sigma competed against each other in a stepping dance competition.  Members of Alpha Phi Alpha taught the sororities the choreography, and they also taught members …

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Tim Beck announces resignation

Pittsburg State University announced Monday, Nov. 18, that head football coach Tim Beck has resigned from his position.    “On behalf of everyone at Pittsburg State University, I want to thank Coach Beck for his tremendous service to his alma mater,” said PSU athletic director Jim Johnson. “We are grateful for everything Tim has …

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PSU Authors and Creators honored at Authors Reception

Books are an essential part of knowledge. Every book that has ever been written carries a different message and a reason behind its creation. Authors go through an many different stages during the writing process, which all pays off in the end when their book is published.   On Thursday, Nov. 14, Leonard H. Axe Library hosted its 36th ‘Annual University Authors Reception.’ The event took …

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Kansas Crossing commits funds to the Foundry

The Kansas Crossing Casino and The Foundry at Block22 in Downtown Pittsburg recently reached a three-year investment making Kansas Crossing the first founding member of The Foundry. The total investment is a $60,000 commitment.   “We are honored to be the very first founding member of The Foundry,” said Kansas Crossing general manager …

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International students give country presentations

Continuing International Education Week, the international office put on country presentations. The presentations were held Tuesday Nov 19 from 1-2:30 and Wednesday Nov 20 from 1-2 in the Sunflower room of the Overman Student Center.   “I think the best part is like you can have the chance to talk about …

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Alpha Phi Alpha hosts Alpha Week

Events are held on campus weekly and this week was no different.   From Monday, Nov. 11 to Thursday, Nov. 14 the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity hosted their ‘Alpha Week’ around campus. Alpha Week is full of events where they interact with other students on campus and create awareness for their fraternity. Some of their events include Let’s Talk Safe, Trap …

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Moscow Ballet returns to PSU

Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcraker” has graced many stages, and the Great Russian Nutcracker tour has come through Pittsburg.  The Bicknell Family Center for the Arts hosted the Moscow Ballet for their production of the ‘Great Russian Nutcracker’ on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Linda and Lee Scott Performance Hall. The performance …

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