Pittsburg State University is reaching out to Gorilla football fans interested in reserving seats on a special “Gorilla Fan Bus” to watch Pittsburg State battle Arkansas Tech on Dec. 2 in the Agent Barry Live United Bowl in Texarkana, Ark.
When Daniel Golden was a fifth grader at Central Elementary in Baxter Springs, his teacher, Angela Abbott, wrote him a letter, in cursive, praising how much he had progressed as a student and his kind and cooperative nature.
Calling all restaurateurs: downtown Pittsburg wants you.
KRPS Public Radio has launched an online streaming service that General Manager Tim Metcalf says is designed to keep an already connected listening audience engaged whenever they are outside the coverage area or not near a radio.
A unique project by the Pittsburg State University Graphic Arts Club began as a way for students to give back to the community: help the financially struggling SEK Humane Society ramp up pet adoptions and raise money.
Pittsburg State University will honor the service of one of its proud alumni Saturday with the induction of Lt. Col. Gary Hatfield, USA, Retired, into its ROTC Hall of Fame. Hatfield, who was also a member of the 1957 and 1961 NAIA championship football teams, will become just the 37th graduate to earn this distinction.
Keith Richey’s day job, as the marketing sales manager for AZZ Incorporated in Pittsburg, has him focused on business during the week. But on game day weekends at Pittsburg State, his attention turns to a topic for which Gorilla fans have become famous: tailgating.
Pittsburg State University will host the annual Veterans Day ceremony at the PSU Veterans Memorial at 10 a.m. on Nov. 10. The event is presented annually as a civics lesson for local sixth graders and is open to the public.
When it comes to offering options to students also balancing work and families, Pittsburg State University has been ranked among the nation's best for three degree programs.
Imagine being able to print your next set of eye glasses at your kitchen table. Or, rather than having to stock hundreds of spare parts, your auto dealer simply prints the part you need while you wait. These scenarios may sound like science fiction, but they may soon become reality thanks to advances in 3-D printing, and polymer chemistry.