News Archive for 2013
Approximately 200 of the best high school musicians from the area will be on the Pittsburg State University campus on Thursday, May 2, for the 30th annual Four-State Band Festival.
It’s called Dead Week -- a time on university campuses when no unannounced tests or assignments are given, so students can prepare for finals and, for some, graduation. It is also quite possibly the most stressful time of the year for students.
A new technology, unmanned aerial vehicles or "drones," is making its way on campus and into the workforce.
KRPS celebrated its 25th birthday Monday with an open house and lots of memories about the early days of Public Radio at PSU.
The project was conducted by technology education students at Pittsburg State University and was the latest in an annual series of school-based interactive activities.
Pittsburg State University and the Peace Corps have announced a new partnership to increase opportunities for students to prepare for Peace Corps service.
A Pittsburg State University peer health initiative was recognized recently for its efforts in the field of prevention and wellness.
In their annual tour de force, the Pittsburg State University Choirs and the Southeast Kansas Symphony will combine to present a Spring Oratorio at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 28, at Pittsburg’s First United Methodist Church, 5th and Pine. The performance features the music of Horatio Parker, in observance of the 150th anniversary of his birth.
Pittsburg State University honored Medal of Honor recipient Clinton L. Romesha at the PSU Veterans Memorial on Thursday, April 25. Romesha, now a safety specialist for an oil company, was on campus to talk to students in PSU's new construction safety degree program.
Cynthia Allan believes that some of life’s most important and most poignant moments occur while we are engaged in mundane tasks. That’s the premise that drives “The History of Laundry,” an original work conceived and directed by Allan.