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Pittsburg Makers Market showcases makers’ material 

Local artists got a chance to show off their wares at the Pittsburg Makers Market Saturday, Sept. 8.  The market took place at the Pritchett Pavillion in Immigrant Park on the corner of Broadway and Second. Patrons of the Makers Market visited more than 20 different booths, operated by both …

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Corporate politics are like Kansas weather

Nike has sparked much controversy and media attention with a recent ad campaign reading, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything,” superimposed over the face of Colin Kaepernick.  The former 49ers quarterback turned free agent became notorious in 2016 for refusing to stand for the national anthem. The …

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Fiction author mixes modern and mythology

Pitt State featured fiction writer and poet Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg as the 2018 fall semester’s first distinguished visiting writer.   Mirriam-Goldberg, author of 23 published books, read excerpts from her most recent novel “Mirriam’s Well: A Modern Day Exodus” as part of the Distinguished Visiting Writers Series.  Students, staff, and faculty gathered …

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