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Poet Joan Kwon Glass, whose recent collections have focused on grief, recovery, and life after great loss, will read from her works at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in the Governors Room in the Overman Student Center at Pittsburg State University.   more
Emilia Bassano was a trailblazer 400 years ago, but her story is almost completely lost to history.  Next week, students will bring it alive in Pitt State Theatre's production, "Emilia."  more
Pittsburg Polar Plunge makes big splash
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Twenty-two teams totaling 120 people took their chances jumping into near-freezing waters at the Crimson Villas swimming pool this weekend. more
An exhibit titled “Real Abstraction” by artist Nick Gadbois will open at the Harry Krug Gallery in Porter Hall, home to the Pittsburg State University Department of Art, on Feb. 15.   more
PSU honors Dr. Eva Jessye
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The Pittsburg State University Department of Music, in collaboration with PSU Theatre and Special Collections and University Archives, paid tribute to southeast Kansas native Dr. Eva Jessye on Wednesday night at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts. more
Pittsburg State University will host two concerts next week, a performance by the PSU Wind Ensemble titled “Unoriginals” on Thursday, Feb. 16, and another by the Calidore String Quartet on Friday, Feb. 17, as part of the Department of Music’s Solo & Chamber Music Series.  more
Musical club shares movie with community
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Every month the Treble Clef Club of Pittsburg holds a meeting at which members feature a musical performance, and for January’s event the club decided to invite the community to view the movie “Hamilton” at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts on Monday afternoon.  more
Dad & Daughter Date Night
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Next month, local dads will have the chance to take their daughters on a whirlwind world tour, courtesy of the City of Pittsburg. On Thursday, the Pittsburg Park and Recreation Department announced its 13th annual Dad & Daughter Date Night will be held on Saturday, Feb. 18, at Memorial Auditorium. more
It’s a bowl-food time of year
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When the weather is gray and cold, it's time to pull out the big bowls. Winter soups and stews are hefty and can lean rich, meant to encourage slurping with big spoons and passing napkins to catch … more
PSU to host Eva Jessye Salute
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Pittsburg State University is inviting the public to attend a free event in February celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Eva Jessye, a Southeast Kansas native and Artist in Residence at PSU from 1978 to 1981.  more
The classic production H.M.S. Pinafore; or, The Lass That Loved a Sailor, by the renowned theatrical duo W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, will be coming to Pittsburg State University in early 2023.  more
The Pittsburg State University Solo & Chamber Music Series, which began in September, will continue with its next concert, a performance by Italian trombonist Peter Steiner, on Friday, Jan. 20.  more
Just in time for the holiday season, Pittsburg State University will host its annual Holly Jolly Tubas celebration and concert from noon to 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17.  more
Holiday Extravaganza planned for Sunday
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The SEK Symphony, along with many community members, faculty, staff, and students, will bring the excitement of the holiday season to the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts this Sunday with the long-running annual "Holiday Extravaganza" concert.  more
A native of Hawaii, Johnathan De Soto enrolled as a graduate music student at Pittsburg State University in 2021 without having ever stepped foot on campus.   more
City to start Cornhole League Jan. 5 
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The Pittsburg Parks & Recreation Department is kicking off the new year with a Cornhole League, beginning on Jan. 5 and running through Mar. 9, 2023.  more
PSU to host holiday music events
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Musical offerings planned at Pittsburg State University in coming weeks will help ring in the holiday season. more
Several musical opportunities open to the campus and the community are coming up in November at PSU. Four events are free, while three are ticketed.   more
The Indian Student Association at PSU will once again share their culture with the campus and community with Diwali Night, an annual festival that will be held starting at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29. more
Tickets are on sale now for “Big Fish,” being produced by Pittsburg High School’s Music Rep Theatre class, with the help of students in jazz band and stagecraft classes, Nov. 10 to 12, in the PHS Auditorium.  more
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