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Not everyone should be a parent  

Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  Children have always been a part of my life. From being the oldest sister to five siblings to the babysitter. There being countless children that have come through my life, family or not, that I love dearly. However, I could never be a mother to …

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Womens basketball starts season 2-0  

Megan Brownell photojournalist   This past weekend, the women’s basketball team opened up the 2022-2023 regular season with two wins at the MIAA/GAC Conference challenge in Topeka KS Nov. 11-12. They won against Oklahoma Baptist University 70-66, and Southwestern Oklahoma State University 69-66.   “It was our goal to go 2-0 this …

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Jamie Thayer named new Title IX Coordinator at PSU 

Bella Mezzacapo reporter   A job posting was made on Jan. 19, 2022, to fill the position of Title IX Coordinator here at Pittsburg State University. Finally, in November of 2022, the position has been filled.  Jamie Thayer, former Title IX Investigator at the University of Arkansas and seven-year probation and …

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Rotten Bananas: DC’s Movie Problem 

Brock Willard managing editor  It’s clear to see that between the two major comic book movie franchises, Marvel has always made greater strides than DC’s properties have. This wasn’t always the case.  Outside of the modern film era, DC properties enjoyed vibrant success on the silver screen. The effects of …

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Pitt State to take on UIndy in first round of playoffs 

Curtis Meyer reporter  The first round of playoff football will be held here in Pittsburg, with the Gorillas facing the University of Indianapolis Greyhounds, who are 9-1, and winners of their conference, the Great Lakes Valley Conference.  Coming from a smaller conference than Pitt, only six of their nine games …

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Kansas elects split ticket of candidates 

Lucas Corbin reporter  Last Tuesday, Kansas Republicans narrowly upheld their supermajority in Topeka, losing one seat in the State House. Democrats now hold forty seats in the House; it would require forty-two votes to override their two-thirds supermajority vote.   Despite the constituency’s support of Republican legislators, Governor Laura Kelly was …

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Put away your prayer in public 

Brock Willard managing editor  We live in a largely modern and secular society. That point shouldn’t be argued. Religion is not the driving force of our society, although a majority of Americans are religious. Despite this information, we live in a largely multicultural society. It is my thesis that many …

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