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Mens Basketball to start season Nov.11  

Quentin Hardrict Jr., senior guard and sport & hospitality management major, brings the ball up the court against the University of Kansas. The exhibition game was played at Allen Field house in Lawrence Kansas Megan Brownell photojournalist  After finishing last year’s season 8-20, the men’s basketball team is coming into …

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“Gus Explores Southeast Kansas” earns tourism honor 

Bella Mezzacapo photojournalist   What started as a project for art students turned into a coloring book with a purpose. The purpose is to teach guests as well as local children about Southeast Kansas. However, the students also learned about the area in the process.  “One of our courses coming out …

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Graphic Comm Major to graduate with awards and job in KC 

Megan Brownell photojournalist   Many students have gone through and suceeded during thier time in the graphic communication program, but senior Kaylea Robertson has excelled during her time here which has resulted in a job being ready for her in Kansas City when she graduates.   The graphic communication program has six …

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PSU hosts Hays to end the regular season  

Tim Chik sports reporter  The Gorillas are entering their 11th and final week of the 2022 regular season with their current undefeated record of 10-0. Last week the Gorillas traveled to Washburn University in Topeka, KS, and defeated the Ichabods 37-23. The Gorillas look to finish their season strong and …

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Graduate students conduct research on fentanyl 

Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  A group of graduate students, graduate assistants, and Alicia Mason, professor in communication, are conducting an ongoing research project around the discussion between the drug, fentanyl, and parents’ discussions with their children.   “From the communications perspective, communication is everything to us. It’s the way in …

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You should be following competitive Pokémon 

Brock Willard managing editor  All of us have hobbies we enjoy, whether it’s professional sports, quilting, celebrity gossip, or in my case, competitive Pokémon.  For those of who’ve been living underneath a rock for the past 20 years, Pokémon is a video game franchise produced by Japanese video game company …

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Burnout: what is it and what do I do about it? 

Bella Mezzacapo reporter  At this point in the semester before our two upcoming breaks, a lot of us can likely say that we are feeling a little tired, lazy, down in the dumps, and just over it all. These feelings can be described as one word and phenomenon: burnout.  Burnout …

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PSU Library Services hosts 39th annual reception bibliography 

Faculty members look at journals on Nov. 3, the journals were written for the 39th University Authors Reception Bibliography. The event was hosted by the PSU Library Services. Alyssa Tyler Alyssa Tyler editor in chief   Pittsburg State University faculty members were invited to the Axe Library for the 39th annual …

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The Collegio needs your input 

Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  Pittsburg State University is a diverse place. It’s a location where countless of diverse cultures, religions, political ideations, socioeconomic incomes, etc., can all come together in one place. Throughout my year here at The Collegio, we have mentioned repeatedly about guest columns, and guest articles, …

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Pitt State basketball opens season at Kansas University 

Magic Reliford, junior guard, dribbles past mid-court during KU vs PSU exhibition game on Nov. 3. This was the first matchup for Pitt State and the University of Kansas. Dominic Santiago Curtis Meyer reporter  The Gorillas traveled to Lawrence on Thursday, Nov. 3 to play the reigning NCAA champs at …

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