The holiday season wouldn't be complete without the annual Timmons Chapel winter concerts, which are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 6 & 8. The concerts are a gift to the community from students and faculty in the Pittsburg State University Music Department.
Sometimes, in order to think big, one needs to think really, really small. That will be the central theme at the Nanotechnology Entrepreneurship Forum at Pittsburg State University on Friday, Dec. 1.
From the day terrorists brought down the twin towers of the World Trade Center in 2001, America has faced the dilemma of how to protect its citizens while also preserving their civil liberties.
Some of the world's greatest composers will be at the Pittsburg Public Library (in spirit, at least) on Friday, Dec. 1.
Gorillas In Your Midst, a peer health education group; Student Prevention & Wellness, the Women's Studies Club at Pittsburg State University and the AIDS Resource Network of Southeast Kansas (ARNOSK) will sponsor a variety of activities in observance of World AIDS Week
With the rest of the nation, Pittsburg State University is preparing to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.
The PSU Women's Studies Club will hold auditions on Dec. 4-5 for its upcoming production of The Vagina Monologues. The auditions will be held from 3-7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 4, and from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 5, in 107 Yates Hall. No acting experience is required.
The Pittsburg State University College of Technology will host its 64th annual Four-State Regional Technology Conference Nov. 16-17 at the Kansas Technology Center on the PSU campus. The long-running conference is designed for the professional development of technology teachers, school-to-career teachers, administrators and counselors.
High school students and their counselors from the region will learn about opportunities in health care at the third annual Health Care Career Day on Friday, Nov. 17, at Pittsburg State University. The event is sponsored by the Four-States Health Professions Consortium and the PSU Department of Nursing.
A "home-grown" blues and classic rock band from northeast Kansas, 13th Step, will perform for this Saturday's GorillaFest at Pittsburg State University. The band is known for a rock and blues sound influenced by the members' love of Hendrix, Cream and Zeppelin. 13th Step will perform from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the Gazebo in Gorilla Village just east of Carnie Smith Stadium.