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For $311,000, ESU sells apartments

After sitting empty for three years, the apartments that were previously owned by Emporia State at 1201 Triplett Dr. have reopened under new ownership. “The reason we sold them is because we no longer use them,” said Werner Golling, vice president of Administration and Finance. ESU shut down the apartments three years ago, due to low occupancy and cost effectiven... Read more »

Plagiarism ‘not a huge issue’ at ESU

Emma Anne DePriest, staff writer

On every syllabus, after the course information and before the class schedule, there is a small paragraph warning students against the dangers of plagiarism. But is it as big of an issue as our years of composition have ...  Read More »

Pot jumps the boarder

Harrison Nichols, staff writer

Those who choose to smoke marijuana within the confines of the Kansas border put themselves at risk of jail time and a hefty fine. But Kansas’s neighbor, Colorado, has become a safe haven for those who wish to smoke ...  Read More »

Learn about technology at Teach Fair

Stop by the teach fair from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday in the Memorial Union main street to learn about social and academic technologies at Emporia State and enter into a prize drawing. There will b...  Read More »

Epic Rap Battles coming to ESU

The creators of Epic Rap Battles of History will be performing live from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 2 at Albert Taylor Hall. The most popular battles will be performed with a DJ and a live band. The creators ha...  Read More »

Costello appointed to Behaviorial Health Services Council

Harrison Nichols, staff writer

Gov. Sam Brownback appointed James Costello, chair of the department of counselor education at ESU, to be on the Behavioral Health Services Planning Council. Brownback announced a new plan last spring to strengthen ment...  Read More »

Psychological counseling free for ESU students

Josh Dale, staff writer

Without realizing it, students already pay $1.75 for counseling services every semester through student fees. Located in room 250 of south east Morse Hall, the Student Wellness Center provides a variety of health services ...  Read More »

Co-owner of Brickyard 20 reopens The Dugout

Dorms renovated this summer

Hate crime investigation in progress at Emporia State

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Vandiver plays professionally in Argentina

Ace Finch, sports writer

Amber Vandiver, former Emporia State Lady Hornet forward and the daughter of ESU men’s basketball coach Shaun Vandiver, spent her summer playing basketball professionally in A...  Read More »

Former NFL player now coaching Hornets

Spicer hired as head EHS volleyball coach

Where are they now

Willis earns pro football opportunity

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Aug. 27

Aug. 20 Officers stopped KS 828CJL in 1300 Merchant. Written warning for a stop sign violation at I-35 and Merchant. Blue Light Emergency telephone on Kellogg Circle. No response when answered at ESU...  Read More »

August 27, 2015

Athlete’s have huge platform

Athlete’s have huge platform

Ace Finch, sports editor

After the Golden State Warriors won the NBA title back in June. Star point guard Steph Curry was instructed to not mention Jesus in his post game press conference. When Curry...  Read More »

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