Insider trading is undermining the integrity of congress 

Nash Trumbly Reporter  Insider trading: the practice of buying or selling securities based on non-public information. It is considered illegal in the United States and is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). But in the U.S. congress, where lawmakers often have access to sensitive information that could impact …

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Taylor Swift DID break up with Joe Alwyn, and here’s why  

Megan Brownell photojournalist   In the past few weeks, news recovered from celebrity news outlets stating that Taylor Swift and her long term relationship with Joe Alwyn had ended, that they broke up after being together in 2016. As a Swiftie, it was shocking news to hear, thinking they were soulmates …

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Some things to follow when you are in your 20s 

Himika Akram reporter   When people hit their 20s, they start getting worried about lots of things around them. Since it’s the beginning of adulthood, this is the best time when you can do something which can serve your best interest in the long run. Based on my experience and observations, …

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Pitt State Baseball goes 2-2 for the week 

Curtis Meyer reporter  It was an up and down week for the Gorillas, winning against Missouri S and T at Rolla but going 1-2 against Newman at home over the weekend. Pitt State is now 30-15 overall, and 20-10 in conference play.   The Gorillas started the week on Tuesday, facing …

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Pitt State Softball takes 3-4 in last homestead of season 

Junior left handed pitcher Hannah Harrison pitches against the Missouri Northwest Bearcats on April 23. Alyssa Tyler Curtis Meyer reporter  The Gorillas softball team had a productive week, climbing back to .500 in MIAA play by taking 3 of 4 games in what was their last home games of the …

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Track continues to shatter records  

Sophomore Kaitlynn Franks races at the Pitt State Tune up on April 23. Alyssa Tyler  Curtis Meyer reporter  Hosting the Pitt State Tune up this past Saturday, the Gorillas continued to impress, breaking multiple records as they took home the gold in nine individual womens events and six mens. This …

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Pitt State earns STEM school of excellence award 

Curtis Meyer reporter  Pitt State has been selected for a prestigious STEM award, the School of Excellence Award created by the International Technology and Engineering Education Association, or ITEEA. Awarded to schools around the world who demonstrate the ability to go beyond in their STEM education, this is the inaugural …

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Rotten Bananas: Evil Dead Rise 

Himika Akram reporter   The fifth installment of the Evil Dead film series is here and this time, it is from the director come writer Lee Cronin. My forever favorite song “Que sera sera” gave that bone-chilling vibe when I was watching the trailer. Though from the trailer, the scary scenes …

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Circe, book review 

Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  For many college students out there, this time of year is extremely busy. That includes myself, so this week I will be doing a bit of a rewind and review a book I read a few months back. That book was Circe by Madeline Miller.   …

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RA builds a community, one football game at a time 

Junior in finance and resident assistant Bradley Crider looks for an opening to pass the football on April 19. Crider organized the weekly football gatherings to help build community building within his floor. Alyssa Tyler  Alyssa Tyler editor in chief  PSU football season may have ended last semester, however, if …

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