• Coach Carter tells his story

    Coach Carter tells his story

    October 30, 2014

    Coach Carter, high school basketball coach which the movie “Coach Carter” portrayed, spoke at a conference before his presentation Wednesday, in the Great Plains Room in the Memorial Union. Carter talked about his coaching methods, gave sneak peak into his presentation. READ MORE »»

    Coach Carter, high school basketball coach which the movie “Coach Carter” portrayed, spoke at a conference before his presentation Wednesday, in the Great Plains Room in the Memorial Union. Carter talked about his coaching methods, gave sneak peak into his presentation.

    Brittany Collins

  • SOS Support Group  Established at ESU

    SOS Support Group Established at ESU

    Lauren Ballantyne, Staff Writer

    October 30, 2014

    Emporia State University is trying again this year to start a support group for victims of sexual assault with the help of Carrie Goss and members of the Student Wellness Center. READ MORE »»

    Carrie Goss, sexual assault victim advocate for SOS Kansas, speaks to a student about the newly started SOS support group in the Union Wednesday, Oct. 29. Goss is the sponsor for the SOS support group that began last week, meeting at 4 p.m. on Thursdays in the Student Wellness Center.

    Nicholas Sumner

  • Lens on History

    Lens on History

    Amanda Goering, Acting Editor-In-Chief

    October 30, 2014

    His photographs have filled the pages of many news sources...Born in Washington D.C., Mark Reinstein, senior interdisciplinary studies major, has photographed politicians for decades. READ MORE »»

  • Students unsure  about required iPads

    Students unsure about required iPads

    Katelyn Dorrell, Staff Writer

    October 30, 2014

    The elementary education department is getting mixed reviews for requiring students to purchase their own iPad by their sophomore year. READ MORE »»

  • Step show gets spooky

    Step show gets spooky

    Katelyn Dorrell, Staff Writer

    October 30, 2014

    Black Student Union’s annual Step Show embraced Halloween with its Spooktacular theme Saturday at Albert Taylor Hall. Four sororities, one fraternity and the interest group Las Esmeraldas competed this year, with all the proceeds from the event going to local food pantries, Abundant Harvest and Corky’s Cupboard. READ MORE »»

    Zeta Phi Beta competes in the eighth annual Black Student Union Step Show Saturday, Oct. 25 at Albert Taylor Hall in Plumb Hall. Zeta Phi Beta won the Spooktacular step show.

    Man Xu

Coach Carter tells his story

Coach Carter tells his story

Coach Carter, high school basketball coach which the movie “Coach Carter” portrayed, spoke at a conference before his presentation Wednesday, in the Great Plains Room in the Memorial Union. Carter talked about his coaching methods, gave sneak peak into his presentation.

Read More »
SOS Support Group  Established at ESU

SOS Support Group Established at ESU

Emporia State University is trying again this year to start a support group for victims of sexual assault with the help of Carrie Goss and members of the Student Wellness Center.

Read More »
Lens on History

Lens on History

His photographs have filled the pages of many news sources...Born in Washington D.C., Mark Reinstein, senior interdisciplinary studies major, has photographed politicians for decades.

Read More »
Students unsure  about required iPads

Students unsure about required iPads

The elementary education department is getting mixed reviews for requiring students to purchase their own iPad by their sophomore year.

Read More »
Step show gets spooky

Step show gets spooky

Black Student Union’s annual Step Show embraced Halloween with its Spooktacular theme Saturday at Albert Taylor Hall. Four sororities, one fraternity and the interest group Las Esmeraldas competed this year, with all the proceeds from the event going to local food pantries, Abundant Harvest and Corky’s Cupboard.

Read More »
‘One Tree Hill’ star performs at ESU

‘One Tree Hill’ star performs at ESU

Union Activities Council (UAC) brought actor and musician Tyler Hilton to a crowd of over 150 people Monday evening...The students attending the concert knew the songs that were featured from ‘One Tree Hill,’ singing or humming along with Hilton as he sung the lyrics.

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Fraternity, sorority make $400 for charities

Fraternity, sorority make $400 for charities

Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity and Chi Omega sorority teamed up to hold their first Casino Night Thursday, Oct. 24...Approximately 100 students attended Casino Night and donations made by students raised approximately $400 to be split between the fraternity and sorority and donated to a charity that they each chose.

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Students celebrate the diversity  of campus community

Students celebrate the diversity of campus community

Students crowded the Memorial Union Main Street on Friday as they made their way from table to table to taste teas from different cultures. The office of international education hosted The Colors of Emporia State and the International Tea Party.

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Secure and Fair Elections Act constricts voter turnout in Kansas

Emporia Polling Places

After spiritual awakening, student dedicates his life to helping others

Grants awarded to instructors

Young voter turnout peaks in first presidential election, US has yet to see growth since

Hoping to end victim shaming, two RSOs protest in Union Square

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Washburn sweeps volleyball at home

Washburn sweeps volleyball at home

The Emporia State Hornet volleyball team played host to #10 Washburn last Tuesday night. The Ichabods broke the Hornets’ three game win streak, sweeping all three sets, two of which would go into extra points...ESU volleyball takes the court again tomorrow, 6:00 p.m. in Joplin Mo. to take on Central Oklahoma.

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Soccer loses on senior day

Soccer loses on senior day

The Emporia State Soccer team lost 2-1 on a heart breaker senior day for the team. After a 0-0 draw that made Emporia State eighth in MIAA, ESU was looking to end their winless streak at home on senior day against in-state rival Fort Hays State. With five seniors playing their last home game, ESU was looking to gain a good push and clinch a spot to be in the MIAA tournament...The soccer team enters their last games on a record of 5-5-6, with the last two games being on the road. Their first game is 6:00 p.m. Friday against Washburn, and 1:00 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2 at Nebraska Kearney.

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Royals lose World Series in last game

Football travels for Turnpike Tussle

Marstall leads Hornets to victory

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