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Kansas State Treasurer Rogers presents check to PSU

State level politicians normally make their way to small town America to campaign, not to present unclaimed property checks.  On Tuesday, April 13, Kansas State Treasurer Lynn Rogers presented an unclaimed property check to Pittsburg State University during a ceremony at Russ Hall. The check amounted to $1,480 and represented small …

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New AMMT scholarship pays tribute to master woodworker

Students in the Architectural Manufacturing and Technology (AMMT) program at PSU will soon be able to receive more program-specific scholarship aid thanks to a fund created in dedication to lifelong woodworker and friend of the program Chris Schultz.  “I had the pleasure of hanging out with Chris,” said Charles Phillips, the current AMMT …

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SVP addresses family relationships as part of health relationships series

For the past five weeks, the Students for Violence Prevention have been hosting a six-part series about building healthy relationships. This week, the topic discussed was how to set boundaries within family relationships.   Megan Woodfield, graduate student in psychology and director of the six-week series, says she felt this was one of the more important topics she …

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SVP to host international event aimed at ending sexual violence

The month of April is observed as sexual assault awareness month. Each year, hundreds of events are held in over 30 countries for the international Take Back the Night (TBTN) event, generally during the month of April, according to the TBNT website. The event has the mission of putting an end to sexual violence.   Pitt State’s Students for …

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SGA and OSD host bowling night

As the semester comes to a close and many students prepare to graduate, various campus organizations are hosting events to help students relax amidst their studies and spend time with friends.   The Student Government Association (SGA) and the Office of Student Diversity (OSD) hosted a bowling night at 6:00 p.m., Thursday April 1 at Holiday Lanes. This event was put on to bring …

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Dance event to feature PSU student performances

PSU’s Dance Research & Symposium, “A Light on the Horizon,” is planned for next week on Wednesday, April 14. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. with displays of research projects in the lobby of the Bicknell and performances will follow at 7:30 p.m. in the Linda & Lee Scott Performance Hall.  …

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Bicknell hosts new exhibit honoring Eva Jessye

Beginning on April 5th, the Bicknell Center for the Arts will be hosting a special exhibit honoring a famous black musician, actress and author Eva Jessye. Jessye once served as an artist in residence at Pittsburg State University and a collection of her poems and personal writings is kept in …

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GIT student’s work featured by Spiva Center for the Arts

PhotoSpiva is a national photography competition hosted each year by Spiva Center for the Arts. The competition is open to any photographer in the United States.   Senior in graphic communications Lauren Bryan’s ‘In Sickness and in Health’ is part of the PhotoSpiva 2021 exhibit. The Spiva Center for the Arts is located in …

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SEK Symphony at PSU to host outdoor concert “Sunday in the Park”

As Crawford County and Pittsburg State University have begun to relax some COVID-19 restrictions and mandates, many events that were forced to operate virtually during the pandemic have been able to resume in-person. One such event is the Southeast Kansas Symphony at PSU’s concerts.   The symphony will host “Sunday in the Park,” a free outdoor concert, at 5:00 p.m., Sunday April 18 south of …

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