The SEK Symphony's Holiday Extravaganza concert at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts was so well received, audiences gave it a prolonged standing ovation.
Don Cash Sr., a retired faculty member who taught in the Kelce College of Business for 30 years, of which he spent 10 as chair of a department, died earlier this month after battling Parkinson's Disease and cancer.
Porter Hall lost a little of its color this week.
Pittsburg State University has been granted a 12-month license to host a TEDx event, thanks to the work of Courtney Blankenship, legislative affairs director for the Student Government Association.
More than 500 students achieved personal milestones with the conferring of degrees Friday at Fall Commencement: 141 of them earned Master's, Doctor of Nurse Practice, and Specialist in Education degrees, and 375 of them earned Bachelor's and Associate degrees.
Local lodging revenue, room sales, and related jobs are up. Way up — to the tune of a 25.3 percent increase in total room revenue for the first 10 months and up double digits every month since February.
Three seniors in Denice Bertoncino’s Interior Design class each will have an impressive portfolio when they graduate: They will include plans that the students crafted for a real-world customer — a new business in downtown Pittsburg.
Clyvens Exantus is on the cusp of accomplishing two of his life goals in one day. The 25-year-old Pittsburg State student and Army ROTC cadet is set to commission as a Second Lieutenant and earn his bachelor’s degree in political science on Friday.
Graduate student Luis Carlos González Rodríguez, of Venezuela, was not supposed to have been born.
At today's annual recognition ceremony, the College of Education honored the Distinguished Service Administrator and the Distinguished Service Teacher award recipients for Fall 2017, along with two current students chosen as 2017 Teachers of Promise.