News Archive for 2012
University Professor Donald Baack has written nearly 20 textbooks, which are used in more than 30 countries.
A Pittsburg State University graduate has made another substantial donation to the scholarship fund he founded to honor one of his favorite professors.
Lynden Lawson, who recently graduated from PSU with a master's in human resources and development, is leading the local Toys for Tots program.
More than 800 area families will have a better Christmas this year thanks to the Salvation Army/Wesley House toy and food distribution event, taking place this week at the PSU Student Recreation Center/Kansas National Guard Armory.
Pittsburg State University held two winter commencement exercises on Friday, Dec. 14, in John Lance Arena. About 478 students participated in the two ceremonies.
Strengthening the retail industry in Pittsburg is the objective of a project being conducted by a group of Pittsburg State University graduate students.
Economics instructor Mike McKinnis doesn’t believe there is a reason to panic about the so-called “fiscal cliff” -- Yet.
The 5th annual Via Christi Home Medical Gorilla Invitational Wheelchair Basketball Tournament will be held December 15-16 at the Student Recreation Center and Kansas National Guard Armory at Pittsburg State University.
On Friday, graduating senior Chuck Harper took a short walk that may have seemed brief, but represented a journey that is impossible to measure in feet or miles.
Two PSU students have been hired as producers for a new outdoor reality TV show.