‘How It’s Made Tour’ to make its debut

‘How It’s Made Tour’ to make its debut

“Promotions and business enhancement has noticed that the citizens of Emporia have been disconnected from small businesses because little is known about them,” said Casey Woods, director of Emporia Main Street. “This tour is to introduce people to the selected businesses and business owners and show them how the products of their business are made.”

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ASG discusses suicide prevention, sexual assault policy

ASG discusses suicide prevention, sexual assault policy

Suicide prevention and the Emporia State sexual assault policy were two topics in the Associated Student Government’s bi-weekly meeting last Thursday...The new policy will be uploaded to the university’s website at an indefinite date, but should be soon.

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International enrollment shows 7 percent growth

International enrollment shows 7 percent growth

The Office of International Education reports that enrollment among students who are studying abroad from different countries is the largest it has ever been. There are 547 international students enrolled for the 2014 fall semester, with 360 undergraduate and 189 graduate students from all over the globe.

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Hurricane in Paradise

Hurricane in Paradise

While most students dream of taking a break from school to relax on a beach for six days, Kelsey Waller, senior nursing major, and her family got to live it on her family vacation to Cabo San Lucas. But after six days of relaxing, this dream became a nightmare.

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Athletic training program raises certification passing rate

Athletic training program raises certification passing rate

Due to low enrollment numbers, Emporia State almost lost the athletic training program last spring, but a 10 percent increase in test scores has begun a turnaround...The biggest change in the program this past year was having more students, Howe said.

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Compared to possible voters, registry remains low

Emporia State expands outreach program to Salina

Alums pledge $1 million

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Turnovers sting Hornets in loss to UCO

Turnovers sting Hornets in loss to UCO

A string of turnovers led to the second straight Hornet football team loss in last Saturday’s home game against Central Oklahoma...The Hornets will have their chance to right the ship next Saturday as they travel to take on Northeastern Oklahoma. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m.

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Hornets draw with Washburn

Hornets draw with Washburn

The Lady Hornets soccer team faced their in-state rival, Washburn University, last Thursday and Fort Hays State last Sunday. Two draws made their record 3-1-2 for the season.

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Volleyball loses fifth straight

Tennis defeats Truman at home

ESU looks to rebound against NESU

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