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PSU students represent China at the Midwest Model United Nations

Learning to debate and negotiate can be essential skills that students develop during their time at university. This past weekend, delegates from PSU’s Model United Nations (MUN) club were able to practice these skills during the 60th annual Midwest Model United Nations conference.  The club traveled to St. Louis, Mo. for …

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Monti Washington presents “From the Streets to the Stage”

Monti Washington is an author, actor, award-winning poet and a motivational speaker. On Wednesday, Feb. 25 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Washington visited PSU for his “From the Streets to the Stage” tour. During this event, Washington spoke about his past adversities on his journey, and spoke to students about self-confidence. The event was hosted by the Gorillas Activities Board (GAB) …

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Panel to discuss experiences with Open Education Resources

Open Education Week celebrates open education, and this year will be celebrated from March 2 to March 6. According to openeducationweek.org, Open Education Week “encourages the celebration of open education which encompasses resources, tools and practices that employ a framework of open sharing to improve educational access and effectiveness worldwide.”  …

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PSU Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band Hosts Concert

Concerts showcase the work that musicians’ practice for. On Thursday Feb. 20, the PSU Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band hosted a concert. The event took place from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Linda and Lee Scott Performance Hall in the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts. The band was under the direction of PSU professor of music, Douglas Whitman and the …

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AMMT welcomes businesses from across the country for Company Day

Pittsburg State’s Architectural Manufacturing Management and Technology (AMMT) program welcomed businesses from across the country at the 2020 AMMT Company Day. The company day event was on Thursday, Feb. 20 and Friday, Feb. 21 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Kansas Technology Center (KTC).   This event helped students in the AMMT program find internships, jobs and learn more about …

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Aviation Classes offered at PSU

One of the courses offered at Pittsburg State University is an aviation course which is taught by Professor Terry Calloway. This class teaches students how to fly both drones and planes and teaches students the ins and outs of flying in order to get a head start in getting their license.  Teaching aviation courses since the fall of 2015, Calloway is a trained flight instructor …

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BSA students to attend Big Twelve Conference

Members of Pitt State’s Black Student Association (BSA) will have the opportunity to attend the 43rd annual Big XII Conference on Black Student Government at the University of Oklahoma from Thursday, Feb. 20 through Sunday, Feb. 23.    The Big XII Conference is an opportunity for members of Black Student Governments from around the country to come together as …

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Circle K group goes to Salina for District Convention

Pitt State service group Circle K International is going to their District Convention on the Friday, Feb. 21 to Sunday, Feb. 23 in Salina. Circle K International is a part of Kiwanis which is an international service group. Circle K does service projects around the community. The seven Circle K groups in Kansas meetup for …

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Four State Farm Show returns to Pittsburg

Pittsburg State and the Four State Farm Show have signed a multi-year contract allowing the show to be held on Pitt State’s campus in the Robert W. Plaster Center. The show will be held this year from Friday, May 29 until Sunday, May 31.   According to the Four State Farm Show website, …

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