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De Grave novel inspired by Joplin tornado

In an odd twist of fate, the Joplin tornado may be partly responsible for Kathleen De Grave’s most recent novel, “The Hour of Lead,” which has just been published by See Sharp Press.

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Outstanding Faculty Award Winners

They came to teaching on different paths, but the Pittsburg State University faculty members who received the 2012 Outstanding Faculty Award share something in common. They all say they are inspired by their students as much as the students say their teachers inspire them.

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'Dynamic' poet is next visiting writer

Brett Eugene Ralph will read poetry Thursday, Nov. 11, in Grubbs Hall 109, as a part of the PSU Distinguished Visiting Writer series. The reading is at 8 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

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Casie Hermansson

Hermansson, a professor in the Department of English, recently published her second book, "Bluebeard: A Reader's Guide to the English Tradition," which studies the history and compares literature on the famous fairy tale by French author Charles Perrault.

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Rebecca Bauman, senior

When English major Rebecca Bauman first came to PSU, she wasn’t on the typical path of most students.

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