When Cathy Lee Arcuino returned to the United States after working abroad for nearly nine years, she vowed that when it came to the holidays, hers would be a home where anyone would be welcome.
KRPS Radio, 89.9 FM, will pay tribute to radio’s roots on Saturday, Nov. 20, with its fourth annual Music, Memories and More day of live performance. KRPS General Manager Missi Kelly calls it “radio the way it was meant to be.”
KRPS Radio, on the campus of Pittsburg State University, will pay tribute to radio's roots on Saturday, Nov. 20, with its fourth annual Music, Memories and More day of live performance. KRPS General Manager Missi Kelly calls it "radio the way it was meant to be."
Students in Manufacturing Engineering Technology are spending this fall testing a process that, if approved, could be used in future programs by NASA.
Pittsburg State University will observe Veterans Day with a special 2 p.m. ceremony at the PSU Veterans Memorial at 1909 S. Rouse. In addition to the installation of 22 new pavers honoring veterans, the university will dedicate the new black granite Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall. In case of rain, the ceremony will be moved to the National Guard Armory/Student Recreation Center.
Gorillas in Your Midst, a peer health education group at Pittsburg State University, and the Student Prevention and Wellness program have planned activities on Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 17-18, in observance of the Great American Smokeout 2010.
PSU will celebrate International Education Week with a wide variety of foods, music and cultural experiences beginning on Monday, Nov. 15. In addition to events that highlight the culture of several nations, Sodexo Campus Services is participating by offering a dish from a different country each day in the Overman Student Center's Gorilla Crossing.
Having a Facebook page to post vacation photos or keep up with your friends is one thing, but what do you do when your boss sends you a friend request?
The 68th annual conference was a way for high school and community college technology teachers to learn about the newest technologies being used in both industry and the university classroom.
After what has felt like a very long economic downturn, Mindy Cloninger, director of PSU's Office of Career Services, is grateful for a fall semester that appears to have much more potential when it comes to students finding jobs.