Students at Pittsburg State University have a lot of people to turn to and a wide array of resources available to help them overcome the inevitable bout of homesickness.
Although no one in Pittsburg State University’s Department of Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) is expecting riches, they do hope that several pieces of highly collectible furniture they’ve stored for decades will help furnish a room in their 10-year-old building.
On Friday, Aug. 29, the Pittsburg State University Office of Alumni and Constituent Relations will host a free family movie on the Jungletron in Carnie Smith Stadium.
On Monday, Twitter users began sharing the news about “Trade Your T Tuesday,” so Pittsburg State University students began streaming to the Oval on Tuesday morning to trade in their used t-shirts sporting other universities’ logos for new shirts proclaiming their Gorilla pride.
The new fall semester at Pittsburg State brings with it a new challenge for Peter Rosen, new chair of the Department of Accounting and Computer Information Systems
A Pittsburg State fraternity and its leader recently received high honors by its parent organization.
The Harry Krug Gallery at Pittsburg State University will host an exhibition of the sculpture and mixed media of artist Neil Lawley, beginning on Monday, Aug. 25. The exhibit, entitled “Point Clouds,” will run through Dec. 4.
Pittsburg State University engineering technology professor Randy Winzer has been named a regional vice president for Phi Kappa Phi, the oldest honor society in the U.S.
The first week of the fall semester at Pittsburg State University can be hectic for just about everyone, but are busier than Don Smith. For the past 32 years, Smith, a minister with Campus Christians, has been repairing and loaning donated bicycles to international students.
For two hours, Wednesday, representatives of businesses and organizations tempted PSU students with everything from pizza and home-baked cookies to water bottles and book bags. The primary goal at PSU’s annual community fair was to get the students’ attention, and it worked.