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Presidential candidates visit campus

Dr. Allison Garrett, the first of two Emporia State presidential candidates to visit campus, described herself as an experienced, inclusive leader who values diversity and the art of listening. “My hope would be that I could spend the first few months getting to know folks on this campus, learning more about what makes this place tick, what the dr... Read more »

Second presidential candidate on campus today

The second presidential candidate for Emporia State is Petra Roter.  Roter has been the vice chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh since 2005. She received her bachelor’s in psychology and master’s ...  Read More »

SLIM dean to retire in June

SLIM dean to retire in June

Sarah Spoon, staff writer

Gwen Alexander, dean of the School of Library and Information Management, has been on administrative leave since early September and has announced her retirement, effective at the end of June. Alexander was at the center of an alleged ha...  Read More »

Zombies used to create interest in disaster planning

Dustin Bittel, staff writer

Gov.  Sam Brownback has decided to declare October “Zombie Preparedness Month” for Kansas. This doesn’t mean that Brownback will be pouring Kansas tax payers money into a fund for equipping Kansas to be the only safe st...  Read More »

ASG discusses surveys, remembers alumnus,  approves two RSOs

ASG discusses surveys, remembers alumnus, approves two RSOs

Amanda Goering, assistant designer

Campus improvement, Ethan Schmidt condolences and student organization recognition made for a packed Associated Student Government Sept. 24 in the Senate Chambers on the third floor of the Memorial Union. The underage alcohol a...  Read More »

Concealed carry main topic at Faculty Senate

Concealed carry main topic at Faculty Senate

Susan Welte, copy editor

The issue of concealed carry, as well as the reading of three new bills, were the focus of Faculty Senate on Tuesday. Cynthia Kane, faculty president and professor for University Libraries and Archives, said the main topic...  Read More »

Schulmeister will travel to Thailand on Fulbright Grant

Schulmeister will travel to Thailand on Fulbright Grant

Derrick Duncan, staff writer

Marcia Schulmeister, associate professor of physical sciences, is the newest recipient of the Fulbright Grant from Emporia State. This grant will allow her to travel to Thailand and look at water resource questions. “There are many pr...  Read More »

St. Francis accepts diaper donations from PRIDE

William Allen White Award winners visit ESU

ESU Gets A Makeover

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Hornet soccer remains positive after loss

Hornet soccer remains positive after loss

Derrick Duncan, staff writer

The Emporia State soccer team fell to the Central Oklahoma Bronchos 4-3 in their first overtime game since their 2013 season. The Lady Hornets fought until the final minute,...  Read More »

ESU serves Friends

Hornet football looks to cage Gorillas

Volleyball falls to Nebraska-Kearney

XC runs 2nd, 5th at home

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Should students be allowed to carry handguns on campus?

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Oct. 8

Sept. 30 Officer took report of a minor injury auto accident involving KS 182DYO and KS Handicapped tag 50205 at 1601 State. Oct. 1 Student reported a theft of a prescription from the Science Hall. Officer stopped KS...  Read More »

October 8, 2015

3 Son Green

3 Son Green

Katelyn Dorrell, staff writer

Continuing their weekly calendar, the Brickyard and Altissimo Productions brought self-proclaimed RockJamJazzFunk band 3 Son Green to play on the ale house stage Saturday...  Read More »

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