The Horse is Dead; ESU alumnus speaks out about public education cuts

  In response to Gov. Brownback’s Senate... Read more »

Non-stop coffee shop

Non-stop coffee shop

DG Wingz opens in March

DG Wingz opens in March

Jacob Hatze, Guest Writer

Filling the vacant spot Wheat State Pizza left behind, DG Wingz had their “soft”...  Read More »

ESU supports victims of sexual assault

Rosalie Krenger, Staff Writer

Students on campus may not have given any thought to what they would do in the event...  Read More »

Jim Hoy—friend of flint hills

Jim Hoy—friend of flint hills

Ariel Cooley, Copy Editor

He made a career out of his life in the Flint Hills, and has received an award recognizing his efforts. Jim Hoy, retired English, modern languages and journalism professor, and his wife, Cathy...  Read More »

Budget cuts lead to $632,000 loss for ESU

Payge Quintana, Staff Writer

Gov. Sam Brownback used his executive power to cut $44.7 million from public schools...  Read More »

Backs turn to Brownback in Holton

Backs turn to Brownback in Holton

Cassie Holt , Photo Editor

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The entire group of students stand in a circle to commemorate the loss of those in the Chapel Hill shooting
Tuesday, Feb. 17 in Union Square. Students stood in 18 degree weather to pay their respect to those who lost
their lives in the shooting.

ESU holds candle light vigil to mourn victims of Chapel Hill Shooting

Werner Golling, vice president of administration and fiscal affairs, sits
in his office before a meeting at 1:30 on Friday, Feb. 13. Golling took
over the position from Ray Hauke on July 1, 2014 after Hauke retired.

After first semester at ESU, Golling finds good fit

Number of reported sexual assault cases increase at ESU

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February 26, 2015

Court storming causing debate in college sports

Court storming causing debate in college sports

Ace Finch, Sports Writer

Following the incident last Monday night in Bramlage Coliseum, the question has risen again. Should court storming be outlawed in college basketball? Last Monday night,...  Read More »

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