Volleyball 2-1 in MIAA play past week  

Megan Brownell photojournalist   Gorilla Volleyball continued their season at Northwest Missouri State University on Wednesday Sept. 21, then home against Missouri Southern State University  Friday Sept. 23, then Monday Sept. 26 against University of Central Oklahoma. They lost to NWMSU 0-3, but won against MSSU and UCO 3-0 then 3-2.   …

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Gorillas look ahead to game against 3-1 Lions 

Curtis Meyer reporter  Pittsburg comes back home this Saturday after a close win in Emporia to play the MSSU Lions, who are 3-1 after narrowly defeating Fort Hays 25-24.   “I think they’re a physical team, they play hard. Just watching them on film it’ll be a great challenge for us, …

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Baldwin performs senior trumpet recital 

Alyssa Tyler copy editor   Erica Baldwin, senior in music education, performed her senior recital this on Sept. 25 in the Sharon Kay Dean Recital Hall. Baldwin performed six pieces on three different instruments: piccolo trumpet, B-flat trumpet, and flugelhorn.  “Today was my senior recital, this shows all of the work …

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Hernandez honors Hispanic Heritage Month with piano recital 

Curtis Meyer reporter  Isaac Hernandez, graduate student in music, gave a piano recital in McCray Hall, featuring pieces from a variety of Hispanic composers from a variety of countries.  “I was trying to do like a mix of academic music from Latin America, also something related to the folklore. Some …

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Hispanic Heritage Concert honors Hispanic Heritage Month 

Caleb Oswell photo editor  The Pittsburg State University Department of Music held the Hispanic Heritage Concert to honor Hispanic Heritage Month.   The concert was held in McCray Recital Hall on Sept. 24 and started at 7:00 p.m. The performance featured music of composers from Honduras, Columbia, Mexico, Guatemala, Cuba, Argentina, …

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Office of Wellness Education hosts ‘Sex Signals’ 

Caleb Oswell photo editor  The Office of Wellness Education brings the show ‘Sex Signals’ to campus to discuss issues of sexual violence and rape culture.  Megan Johnson, program coordinator of advocacy services and wellness education, organized ‘Sex Signals’ as her first major program in her new position. Jason Kegler, associate …

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Annual College of Technology Company Day takes place in KTC 

Alyssa Tyler copy editor  Pittsburg State University’s School of Construction, College of Technology, and others invited over 100 different companies to talk to current Pittsburg State University students throughout a two-day event known as the College of Technology Company Day.   The event took place in the Kansas Technology Center (KTC) …

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PSU students work with Snapshot USA 

Alyssa Tyler copy editor  A group of Pittsburg State University students have been working together on a research project called Snapshot USA. The project involves universities from across the nation and by the Smithsonian Museum.   “This project started in 2019, this is our fourth year. It started with folks at …

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