Fear and Loathing in Kansas

We pulled up to the security gate in front of Forbes Field. Two men, one larger and older, dressed in black, police clothes and a hat, stopped our car. ID he said. We pulled out licenses and showed the man. “Pull ahead.” A line of cars in front of us, their breath visible in the bone-chilling... Read more »

Two new fraternity chapters colonized at ESU

Two new fraternity chapters colonized at ESU

Ariel Cooley, Staff Writer

Spring 2015 will mark the start of two new fraternities on Emporia State’s campus. “ESU is consistently growing and changing...  Read More »

Turn of a Century

Turn of a Century

Amanda Goering, Convergence Editor

It took "planes, trains and automobiles" to get President Shonrock to Santa Barabara, California to visit the creator of the original Corky for his 100th birthday last week. From drawing...  Read More »

Out with the Old, in with the New

Out with the Old, in with the New

Ariel Cooley, Staff Writer

With enrollment at an all-time high, Emporia State is planning the construction of a new residence hall to accommodate the growing population. “We want the outside to be as exciting as the...  Read More »

ESU is highest ranked college in Kansas

Kati Strickland, Copy Editor

In a recent U.S. News & World Report survey, Emporia State’s online graduate education program was ranked number 11 in the nation. This ranking makes ESU the highest-ranked college in...  Read More »

Student government working on tobacco-free campus

Student government working on tobacco-free campus

Kati Strickland, Copy Editor

Associated Student Government sent out a survey in late November to all faculty and students implementing a smoke-free campus and currently is taking steps towards making campus tobacco free. ...  Read More »

Obama speaks at KU

Obama speaks at KU

Amanda Goering, Convergence Editor

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Paige Hicks draws body outline of Meredith Hodges.

Bodies fill Union Square in protest to racial inequality

Roc’Quele Faldet holds her son Silis while she and her soon-to-be spouse, Breanna Faldet, wait to get married during a group wedding ceremony on the steps of the Sedgwick County Courthouse on Monday.

Kansas legalizes marriage for same-sex couples

Sigma Tau Gamma recently voted on Nov. 5 to declare its fraternity house to be dry. It joined alongside five other campus fraternities that are dry houses.

‘Last call’ for frat houses at ESU

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College Playoff Expansion Theory

College Playoff Expansion Theory

Ace Finch, Sports Writer

The history making extravaganza that was the college football playoff was the highest ratings NCAA football games have ever gotten. For years...  Read More »

Hornets slip to Gorillas

Lady Hornets keep winning

Athletic director receives President’s award for Diversity

Volleyball goes 1-1

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Jan. 14 Power House operator reported temperatures in Brighton Lecture Hall were high. Officer...  Read More »

January 26, 2015

Scott Cacciola, International Man of Sports

Scott Cacciola, International Man of Sports

Ace Finch, Sports Writer, The Bulletin

Scott Cacciola has one of the most painful jobs any sports writer can have, he covers the New York Knicks. Just over half way through their season the once proud franchise...  Read More »

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