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News Archive for 2005

Holiday ornament honors McCray Hall

Holiday ornament honors McCray Hall


Sigma Alpha Iota, the women's music fraternity at Pittsburg State University, is selling collectible ornaments featuring McCray Hall for the holiday season. The McCray ornament is part of the Stillwell Foundation series of Christmas ornaments.

PSU staff & students to be angels for needy kids


Faculty, staff and students at Pittsburg State University are being asked to be Christmas angels for needy children in the area this holiday season.

PSU plans playoff GorillaFest


GorillaFest, the free, communitywide tailgate party held before each Pittsburg State University home football game, returns this Saturday when the Gorillas host the Northwest Missouri State University Bearcats in an NCAA D-II playoff game.

PSU plans chamber music concert


The Pittsburg State University Department of Music will perform a chamber music concert at the Pittsburg Public Library at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1. The concert will feature the ensembles of the PSU Department of Music. They will perform works by Bach, Bloch, Mozart, Schumann and Torelli.

PSU observes World AIDS Day


Gorillas in Your Midst, a peer health education group at Pittsburg State University, the PSU Women's Studies Club and the AIDS Resource Network of Southeast Kansas (ARNOSK) will observe World AIDS Day with a variety of activities.

Choir plans annual dinner


The Pittsburg State University Choirs have issued a dinner invitation, but there is only a limited amount of space at the table. Susan Marchant, a member of the faculty in the Pittsburg State University Department of Music, says that now is the time to plan for the PSU Choir's annual dinner on Dec. 2 in the Overman Student Center.

PSU looks back at '05 and ahead to '06


As another calendar year comes to a close, individuals and institutions take stock of the 12 months just past and look forward to the year ahead. For Pittsburg State, it has been an eventful year. In a letter to faculty and staff, President Tom Bryant listed some of the highlights of 2005 and looked ahead to some of the challenges the university will face in 2006.