The annual tradition of a weeklong series of free concerts continues this summer with the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts, planned for June 11-18 in venues at Pittsburg State University and throughout the community.
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Traveling photo exhibit and activities to call attention to dementia
A traveling photo exhibit, public reception, and photo walk fundraiser being planned for June by a graduate of Pittsburg State University will highlight perspectives and insights of individuals and families impacted by dementia.
May 2023 commencement at Pittsburg State: What to expect
Commencement ceremonies are planned for May. 12 and May 13 in the Robert W. Plaster Center and the Garfield Weede Building at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas. A total of 754 undergraduate students…
Registration open for PSU youth summer camps
Youth will have opportunities this summer to learn about construction, robotics, and nature while having hands-on fun in academic day camps offered by Pittsburg State University. Those who are athletically inclined have opportunities to work with Pitt State coaches and staff on building skills and fundamentals. Enrollment is limited.
Pitt State Theatre to present Orwell’s “Animal Farm”
George Orwell’s cautionary tale, “Animal Farm,” adapted by Ian Wooldridge and directed by Linden Little, will be brought to life by Pitt State Theatre April 20-23 at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts, 1711 S. Homer, Pittsburg.
Writing festival to bring poets laureate, singer-songwriter to Pittsburg State
High school students, the public, and university students will have the opportunity to learn from the masters at WritersFest, a literary festival planned by Pittsburg State University’s Creative Writing Program in March, with workshops and…
Campus will come alive with music events in March
The community and the campus can choose from among seven concerts planned for March by the Pittsburg State University Music…
Feminist author, podcaster to kick off Women’s History Month at PSU
Women’s History Month will kick off at Pittsburg State University on March 1 with a lecture from a national speaker as part of the long running Women in Government Lecture Series.
Diversity Week hosted by PSU student organizations
Students in a variety of organizations are collaborating to hold Pittsburg State University’s first Diversity Week with several events open to the public.
Experience the world at the International Food and Culture Fair
Guests can once again go around the world in a few hours when the International Student Association at Pittsburg State University hosts the annual International Food and Culture Fair on Saturday, March 4, from 5 to 8:30 p.m.
Poet Joan Kwon Glass to read at Pittsburg State University
What does grief feel like when “the landscape doesn’t change // but everything else does?”
Kansas City artist’s ‘Real Abstraction’ exhibit opens February 15 at PSU
An exhibit “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.
Pitt State Theatre brings trailblazing woman’s story to life
Emilia Bassano was a trailblazer 400 years ago, but her story is almost completely lost to history.
Prize winning string quartet to perform at Pitt State
From Carnegie Hall to McCray Hall, the Calidore String Quartet will perform at Pittsburg State University on Friday, Feb. 17, as part of the Department of Music’s Solo & Chamber Music…
PSU announces initiative to bring business college to downtown Pittsburg
Pittsburg State University is launching a bold new initiative to expand PSU’s educational footprint in downtown Pittsburg.
PSU Opera Theatre presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s H.M.S Pinafore
Posted on behalf of Pittsburg State University PSU Opera Theatre will take audiences to the open seas on Feb. 3…
Beginner’s guide to indoor track meet preparation
Eight weeks. Eight track meets. From February to March 2018, the coordinator for the Robert W. Plaster Center walked the equivalent of going from Pittsburg to Greensburg, Kansas – and back. Most likely, he walked even longer than that.
Gorilla Capital of the World
What started as a pep club in 1920, then became the nation’s only college with a gorilla as its mascot, has now grown into a phenomenon.
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