News Archive for 2008
On Friday, December 19, more than 600 students are expected to participate in Pittsburg State University's 13th Winter Commencement exercises in the Garfield Weede Physical Education Building on the PSU campus.
Five professional teams from Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas are set to compete in the first-ever Mt. Carmel Medical Equipment Gorilla Invitational Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, to be held from Dec. 19-21 at the Student Recreation Center and Kansas National Guard Armory at Pittsburg State University.
This week marks one year since the historic ice storm of December 2007, an overnight system that caused magnitudes of damage to trees and power lines throughout the region.
A new program at Pittsburg State University will soon bring American and international students together to bridge cultural gaps and learn more about one another.
A memorial fund has been set up through the Pittsburg State University Foundation to help a local family who lost two children in a house fire earlier this week.
Three graduating seniors were recently recognized for being the first to complete a new program that emphasizes international learning and experiences.
Students at Pittsburg State University will host a small ceremony to reflect on the loss of nearly 200 lives during recent terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India.
A student group at Pittsburg State University has been awarded a national honor for a program designed to help students cope with the stresses of college life.
Students and instructors in Pittsburg State University's metal casting program recently took part in two conferences, showing off some of their work at one while taking home scholarships from the other.
Three Pittsburg State University alumni will be recognized during the upcoming 2008 Winter Commencement ceremony with the university's prestigious Meritorious Achievement Award.