Is the cute swimsuit worth the tan lines?

It’s summertime and that means purchasing this season’s newest and cutest, latest trendy swimsuit. The thought at the forefront of everyone’s mind when buying a swimsuit is tan lines—how to avoid and manage them.  Oftentimes many find girls sporting swim suits with crisscrosses everywhere—front, back, sides even—as well as those eccentric suits with …

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PSU casting course attracts global attention

The Investment Casting Institute (ICI) based in New Jersey boasts the only certification program in the industry for investment casting, and people from all over the world travel annually to attend the certification course held at Pittsburg State University.   This summer marks the 18th year the course has been offered at Pitt State. Participants from across the nation …

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If you build it they will come: Block22 project near completion

The university and its students are beginning to slowly transfer to downtown as the long awaited Block 22 project closes in on its completion. Although many updates have been announced lately regarding the projects, one of the biggest is that it’s apartments are now officially filled for the year.   “We’re very …

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Bells ring at Bicknell Center during Bell Choir Festival 

Emotion rang through the air with sounds of bells at the Mass Bell Choir Festival Saturday, June 2 under direction of Janis Saket. Saket said she believes music is the language of the emotion, exemplifying such in the Pittsburg area bell choir performances.  The annual Mass Bell Choir Festival, hosted by the Bicknell Family …

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Davied takes center court

Big changes have recently been made in the women’s basketball department as new head coach Amanda Davied is taking center court to replace former head coach Lane Lord. After being an assistant coach since 2004, Davied is taking over the reins and is thrilled to be moving into her new …

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Track students  receive All-American honors

PSU track and field athletes  Bo Farrow and Emilee Iverson, seniors,  and Jared Page, junior, received All-American honors during the 2018 NCAA Division Two Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Charlotte, North Carolina last month.   Farrow, native of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, graduated with a degree in physical education this May, leaving behind a decorated track and field career at Pitt State as a seven-time …

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Roasted spinach linguine

Brianna Price copy editor    Ingredients:  1 package 1lb. whole grain linguine  1 14.5 oz. can petite-diced tomatoes  1 24 oz. jar spaghetti sauce (I use Prego, roasted garlic & herb)  1 cup fresh spinach, torn/cut up  few shakes garlic powder    Instructions:  First, boil a large pot of water …

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Veggie fried rice

Brianna Price copy editor    Ingredients:  2 1/2 cups cooked white rice  1 cup mixed frozen vegetables, thawed and chopped  1/2 frozen peas, thawed  2 eggs, beaten  2 tbsp. milk  6 tbsp. soy sauce    Instructions:  To begin, add the thawed mixed vegetables and peas to a medium to large-sized …

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Truth or Dare 

Snapchat is a social media platform focused on sending temporary photos or uploading said photos to a temporary story for all your friends to see. Snapchat has a feature called filters that will modify your face to change it into silly things like giving yourself puppy dog ears or making …

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Paramount Pictures

A Quiet Place

Directed by “The Office” star John Krasinski, “A Quiet Place” is a horror film that takes place after a species of monsters wipes out the planet. The only way to survive in this post-apocalyptic world is stay completely silent. The film follows Krasinski’s character’s family as they try to survive …

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