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President Scott Renews PSU’s Sustainability Focus

As an event coinciding with Earth Day, April 22 this year, PSU President Steve Scott announced numerous new advances in sustainability efforts planned for the coming school year.   “From my very first moments as president, I have worked to bring greater attention and focus to campus sustainability efforts,” Scott told University News. “While we have made …

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PSU student working to end discrimination against single mothers

Madison Correll, freshman in nursing, has started an activism project based on discrimination against single mothers.   “I decided to focus on the discrimination against single mothers for several reasons,” Correll said. “I have seen how hard it can be for single mothers to try and support their families when they don’t have a strong …

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Women’s track and field competes in home competition

The women’s track and field team stayed home last weekend to compete in the Pittsburg State Tune-Up competition on Saturday, Apr. 24 at 11 a.m.   “…They did a great job and we had a few individual highlights,” said Head Coach Russ Jewett. “We did have team momentum and competed well as a …

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