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Longtime organ professor living her passion

“It chose me,” Susan Marchant said when reflecting on her long career as professor of organ and choral music.

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Kids + Robots

Workshop pairs learning with fun

Kids seem to have a natural fascination with robots. For two weeks in July, youngsters from the area have been building their own robots and living out that childhood fantasy.

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International experience is a family affair

Teachers Brian and Leslie Smith wanted to give their three children something special. Their desire to give their children “perspective” and a better understanding of the world and other cultures, has taken the family to South Korea and now Ethiopia, where the Smiths teach, but also learn.

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Outstanding Faculty named for 2013

Troy Comeau, director of broadcasting; Aesha John, assistant professor of social work; and Tatiana Sildus, associate professor of curriculum and instruction, received the Outstanding Faculty Award at Apple Day ceremonies on March 7.

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PSU's Writing Center offers a variety of services

The Writing Center at PSU offers a variety of services for students who need assistance with any type of writing project.

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De Grave novel inspired by Joplin tornado

In an odd twist of fate, the Joplin tornado may be partly responsible for Kathleen De Grave’s most recent novel, “The Hour of Lead,” which has just been published by See Sharp Press.

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Hastings juggling many roles

Stella Hastings is a highly regarded vocal musician. She’s also a pretty good juggler.

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Battle holiday weight gain with exercise

At a time of the year when losing weight may seem out of the question, a new program may help students, faculty and staff use exercise to at least keep their weight steady amidst the onslaught of calories between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Native American flute artist John Two-Hawks to perform

Grammy- and Emmy-nominated Native American flute artist John Two-Hawks will perform at 6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 19, in the U-Club of the Overman Student Center on the Pittsburg State University Campus. The performance, sponsored by the Office of Student Diversity and the Native American Student Association, is free and open to the public.

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Students learn from the best at Midwest Trumpet Festival

International trumpet soloist and jazz artist, Byron Stripling, entertained students with a discussion about jazz at the Midwest Trumpet Festival on Monday. Longtime participants said they look forward to the event every year.

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