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.
Teams of students raced against the clock, Thursday, folding, tearing and taping acres of newsprint in order to transform classmates into robot warriors, as part of Pittsburg State University’s Art Day. More than 330 students and teachers from high schools in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma participated in the event.
The university’s Tobacco Policy Task Force met for the first time on Nov. 8 in the Wilkinson Alumni Center to begin its work studying the feasibility of making the campus tobacco free.
The Southeast Kansas Symphony will feature the 2012 concerto and aria winners on Sunday, Nov. 18, in a performance entitled “Future Stars.” The concert will begin at 3 p.m. in the Sharon Dean Recital Hall.
Carmen Agra Deedy, an internationally known storyteller, will share some of her favorite tales when she appears on the Pittsburg State University campus on Saturday, Nov. 17. Deedy’s presentation, at 7:30 p.m. in McCray Hall, is part of PSU’s Performing Arts and Lecture Series. Admission is free, but tickets are required.
The Southeast Kansas Symphony will feature the 2012 concerto and aria winners on Sunday, Nov. 18, in a performance entitled “Future Stars.” The concert will begin at 3 p.m. in the Sharon Dean Recital Hall in McCray Hall on the Pittsburg State University campus.
Pittsburg State University is observing International Education Week with programs every day this week ranging from international fashion shows and cultural presentations to featured international foods and movies. The observance is sponsored by the Office of International Programs and Services.
Among the things that Jack L. Leigh and his three sons have in common is military service. On Monday, Jack Leigh’s sons came from Idaho, California and South Korea to share something else with their father. As cameras clicked, the men officially dedicated stone pavers at Pittsburg State University’s Veterans Memorial as part of Veterans Day ceremonies.
For Shontae Cobb, a sophomore in PSU’s School of Construction, class lectures only teach so much. The real education begins when she can “get my hands dirty.” Cobb, from Kansas City, Mo., and her fellow construction management schoolmates got the chance to do just that on Saturday, Nov. 10, when they took part in a tilt-up construction workshop at the Kansas Technology Center.
An organization that started when four men scraped together $200 for a student scholarship, has passed the half-million-dollar mark in gifts for scholarships for students in Pittsburg State University’s School of Construction (SOC).