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Student's love for language leads to internship in Paris

Luke Bunch has discovered the value of learning a new language.

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Darrell Chism

VP of the Black Student Association and competitive hip-hop dancer

Darrell Chism’s dancing skills have come a long way since his “Whoomp There It Is” days. But for that matter, so has he. Chism, 20, a business management major from Kansas City, Mo., is just one of Pittsburg State’s emerging student leaders.

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The new energy source is you

The next time you work out at the Student Recreation Center, you may be supplying your own renewable energy. This week, the Rec Center installed its first "human-powered" treadmill.

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Bocce ball: one more option out of many for students

Clubs, groups participate in activities fair

Scores of clubs and organizations participated in the annual student activities fair this week in the Overman Student Center. Among them was PSU Bocce, one of the newest campus clubs.

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Kyle Buntin and Jake Knight

Students in construction engineering technology

When Kyle Buntin and Jake Knight chose Pittsburg State to pursue degrees in construction engineering, they learned quickly how access to the right materials and instructors can make all the difference in an education.

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Tyler Larson

Tyler Larson reflects on his decisions to attend Pittsburg State University.

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Afrita Davis

Afrita Davis is leading the Black Student Association organization, taking the opportunity to enhance her leadership skills and strengthen the bonds of minority students across campus.

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Sudha Sankar, Graduate Student

When the Indian Student Association at PSU put on their annual Diwali celebration and shared the “Festival of Lights” with the community this past November, the dancing and performances were like nothing many in the audience had ever seen.

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Alex Phillips

Many of the students who volunteer for Up 'til Dawn do it because they simply want to help a good cause. For Alex Phillips, it's personal.

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Venessa Lee

Runner makes strides toward medical career

When coaches recruit potential collegiate athletes, they ask several questions in their search for students who are talented both athletically and academically.

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