• Day of Silence aimed to stop bullying

    Day of Silence aimed to stop bullying

    Emma Anderson, Copy Editor

    April 10, 2014

    Tomorrow, in respect to those who did not or could not speak up to bullying, students plan to remain silent for 24 hours. People Respecting Individuality and Diversity in Education, or PRIDE, an organization whose goal is to foster a community of students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or... READ MORE »»

    To spread awareness for those who have been bullied or have witnessed bullying without speaking out, the students in the RSO People Respecting Individuality and Diversity and Education will remain silent all day Friday, April 11.

    Kathryn Martin

  • Wallace crowned Mr. ESU

    Wallace crowned Mr. ESU

    April 10, 2014

    A talent show, swimsuit contest and a question and answer session were all part of the Mr. ESU, which took place at 7 p.m. April 3 in Albert Taylor Hall. Mr. ESU was hosted by Alpha Kappa Lambda and Sigma Sigma Sigma. Ten different contestants competed. Jawuan Wallace, freshman art education major,... READ MORE »»

    Bringing out the pottery wheel, Miguel Alaniz, sophomore ceramic arts major, begins his pottery skills with a little background music from the movie “Ghost” April 3 in Albert Taylor Hall. “Unchained Melody” was a comedic add to Alaniz’s pottery throwing and finished up his vase in under 10 minutes.

    Jennifer Pendarvis

  • Blame it on the Alcohol

    Blame it on the Alcohol

    Connor Daleney and Amanda Goering

    April 10, 2014

    Foam reaches the tip of the glass like the tide coming in for the night. The familiar, soothing taste of beer rushes down your throat, followed by a grunt of satisfaction and the glass returning to the bar. Round after round, the glass is lifted, the drink is emptied and the glass returns. Half an hour... READ MORE »»

Day of Silence aimed to stop bullying

Day of Silence aimed to stop bullying

Emma Anderson, Copy Editor

Tomorrow, in respect to those who did not or could not speak up to bullying, students plan to remain silent for 24 hours. People Respecting Individuality and Diversity in Education, or PRIDE, an organization whose goal...  Read More »

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Wallace crowned Mr. ESU

Wallace crowned Mr. ESU

A talent show, swimsuit contest and a question and answer session were all part of the Mr. ESU, which took place at 7 p.m. April 3 in Albert Taylor Hall. Mr. ESU was hosted by Alpha Kappa Lambda and Sigma Sigma Sigma....  Read More »

April 10, 2014 • 0 comments

Blame it on the Alcohol

Blame it on the Alcohol

Connor Daleney and Amanda Goering

Foam reaches the tip of the glass like the tide coming in for the night. The familiar, soothing taste of beer rushes down your throat, followed by a grunt of satisfaction and the glass returning to the bar. Round after round,...  Read More »

April 10, 2014 • 0 comments

David Cordle, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, is an advocate for the idea of starting an honors college. The idea of an honors college has been around for several years already, however, up until this point, ESU has not been able to get the proposal for it passed.

Million-dollar honors college awaits approval

The Kansas legislature recently passed a bill that will give Emporia State $1 million to start an Honors College. The bill is awaiting approval by Gov. Sam Brownback. According...  Read More »

Brittney May, freshman nursing major, (left) and Maddie Potvin, freshman nursing major, (right) study as they prepare for the TEAS test.

Stress overwhelms students in April

April can be a particularly stressful time of the year for students, especially with finals right around the corner. But the Student Wellness Center is ready to...  Read More »

Jim Riedesel, Emporia State alumnus, talks about his experience at Emporia State at the track reunion banquet April 4 in the Skyline Dining Room. Riedesel is a two-time All American thrower who graduated in 1999.

Track reunion gives alumni opportunity to compete

Last Friday and Saturday, April 4-5, Emporia State hosted their annual track reunion, inviting alumni from the past track and field families, as well as the Emporia...  Read More »

Max McCoy, associate professor of journalism and adviser to The Bulletin, discusses Emporia State’s social media policy at the final meeting for the social media work group April 4 in the president’s conference room.

Work group makes final touches to policy revision

The work group entrusted by the Kansas Board of Regents with reviewing the governing body’s policy on social media use at regent universities held its final meeting...  Read More »

Tyler Huddleston, junior communication and Spanish major, hugs Victoria Harmon, junior accounting major, in celebration of winning the Associated Student Government presidential election April 9 in the Center for Student Involvement. Huddleston and Harmon’s platform includes a plan to increase ASG’s connection with students and the Emporia community.

Huddleston, Harmon win by landslide

After tallying the votes of 766 students, the 2014-15 Associated Student Government president, vice president and senator positions were announced at 6 p.m. Wednesday,...  Read More »

Community walks to benefit local MS patients

Over 80 Emporia community members gathered on Saturday morning at Flint Hills Mall for a charity walk to help people in the region that have been afflicted with...  Read More »

Baptist church hosts meal

A Bar-B-Que Ribs and Bake Sale will be held at 11 a.m. this Saturday, April 2, at St. James Missionary Baptist Church, 730 Sylvan. Proceeds from the sale will be...  Read More »

Logan Mize performs at Granada tomorrow

After his first appearance in October in Emporia, Logan Mize is set to perform at the Emporia Granada Theatre as part of his “Workin’ and Drinkin’ Spring Tour”...  Read More »

Recent Sports Scores

  • Saturday, April 5

    Baseball

    Emporia State University 14 - Central Missouri 2

  • Tuesday, March 4

    Women's Basketball

    Emporia State University 96 - Southwest Baptist 85

  • Saturday, February 22

    Women's Basketball

    Emporia State University 70 - Washburn University 53

  • Wednesday, January 15

    Men's Basketball

    Emporia State University 83 - Pittsburg State University 75

  • Wednesday, January 15

    Women's Basketball

    Emporia State University 80 - Pittsburg State University 78