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Native American Student Association Hosts a Thanksgiving Dinner 

Curtis Meyer, Reporter  The Native American Student Association (NASA) held a “Relearning Thanksgiving Dinner” at the Pitt State Alumni center. With free food that displayed the history and culture of Native Americans, there was plenty of opportunity to gain experience about some traditional Native American dishes.  “Tonight, we did a …

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Porter Hall features counterfeit; twitter art exhibitions in November 

Annabella Beachner reporter  Porter Hall regularly hosts various artists’ works from all over the country within its Harry Krug and University Galleries. The two art exhibits on display this past November include letterpresses of tweets from a millennial perspective, and photography covering aspects of currency and counterfeit laws.  The University …

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PSU and Washburn School of Law announce partnership 

Provost, Howard Smith talks during the announcement of the partnership between Washburn Law School and Pittsburg State University on Nov. 28. The partnership will allow those interested in law school to receive their undergraduate along with their law degree in 6 years instead of the typical 7 years. Alyssa Tyler  …

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PSU should have a fall break  

Megan Brownell photojournalist   While university students have just recently gotten back from thanksgiving break, or a combined “fall break” as PSU calls it. It was nice to have a break and most of us go home and see family, those about 10 weeks between our last break of labor day …

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Julian Assange and What He Means for Free Speech 

Lucas Corbin reporter  Monday November 27, five major media companies, including the New York Times and The Guardian, published an open letter calling for the expungement of Julian Assange’s charges, stating: “Obtaining and disclosing sensitive information, when necessary, in the public interest is a core part of the daily work …

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Pitt State falls to Ferris State, ends playoff hopes 

Curtis Meyer reporter  It all came down to the wire last Saturday, as the Pittsburg State Gorillas traveled to Grand Rapids, Michigan to face the Ferris State Bulldogs in the playoffs. Despite a monumental effort by the defense, Pitt State was ultimately unable to tie it on a field goal …

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A measured response to the Club Q Shooting 

Brock Willard managing editor  It seems like every time we turn around, we are exposed to new and terrible acts of violence. Not even a week after the Club Q Shooting in Colorado Springs, Colorado, there was another shooting in Virginia. However, the shooting at Club Q was different than …

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Mens and Womens basketball post wins over thanksgiving break  

Megan Brownell photojournalist   While students went home over Thanksgiving break, both the mens and womens basketball teams stayed in Pittsburg and took two non-conference wins. The men’s team first took on the Harris-Stowe State University Hornets on Tuesday Nov 22. They took the win 80-75. The women’s team then took …

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Pitt State falls at home in pitt classic 

Curtis Meyer, Reporter  John Lance Arena in the Garfield Weede building was home to basketball on the evenings of November 18 and 19, with the Pitt State Classic. Four teams played, Quincy State University, University of Illionois-Springfield (UIS), and MIAA rival Missouri Southern.   MSSU tipped off first, playing UIS at …

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