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President Shipp Bikes Across Kansas 

Nash Trumbly Reporter  Pittsburg State University’s president, Dan Shipp, is set to embark on an ambitious cycling trip across Kansas in May, covering an estimated 800 miles over a 12-day period. The goal of the journey is to raise a historic $8 million for PSU students, which would be put …

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Guest Column: Campus Improvements 

Max Caldwell, student Pittsburg State University has a nice campus. But every campus can use improvements. In this letter I have written out a few thoughts I had while walking to brunch this morning. I love Pitt State, but these things have frustrated me during my time here as a …

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Guest Column: Lydia Zerr  

Have you been paying attention to local politics lately? As a student at PSU, there is a good chance that you are registered to vote in Kansas, and a definite chance that you should be knowledgeable of what is going on in your state of residence. Because of that, here …

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Catastrophizing: Stop Assuming the Worst 

Himika Akram reporter   Have you ever faced such situations when your parents or teacher told you ‘We need to talk’? After that, you started getting cold feet, could not breathe normally, thinking either your parents got to know about something which you really tried to hide from them, or you …

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The E-sports scene is flatlining, and it needs a change 

Nash Trumbly reporter  From StarCraft to Valorant, the past 20 years have seen the meteoric rise of E-sports across the world. According to the Fortune 500, the E-sports industry is worth almost $1.3 billion dollars, creating hundreds of thousands of jobs ranging from players to marketing. This unprecedented growth has …

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PSU track competes across the region 

Nash Trumbly reporter  The Pittsburg State University Outdoor Track and Field teams traveled to meets across the region, once again claiming impressive individual performances. Athletes traveled to Texas to compete at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays in Austin, as well as the Texas State Bobcat Invitational in San Marcos. A …

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Pitt State softball hits sluggish week 

Curtis Meyer reporter  The Pitt State Gorillas had a tough week as they faced the Fort Hays Tigers and the Nebraska Kearney Lopers away this weekend, starting a season long road trip. It was a disappointing outing for the Gorillas, as they struggled to find their footing offensively.   “Obviously, we …

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Pitt State baseball hits rough patch, still claims 2 of 5 

Curtis Meyer reporter  The Pitt State Gorillas had a bit of a down week, playing Emporia State and Central Oklahoma away and Missouri S&T at home. Losing to Emporia and Mo S&T to start the week, the Gorillas rebounded with two wins in a three-game series at Central Oklahoma.   “Definitely …

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Pitt State student to play first recording of violin piece 

Curtis Meyer reporter  It is not often that someone still in college gets a chance to be the original recording for a new piece of music, but for sophomore Jayce Milburn this is the ultimate college experience. The song, called Terra Lontana, was written by Professor Raul Munguia’s friend Angel …

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