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

Connor Delaney, Managing Editor
February 26, 2015
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Non-stop coffee shop

Non-stop coffee shop

February 26, 2015
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DG Wingz opens in March

DG Wingz opens in March

Jacob Hatze, Guest Writer
February 26, 2015
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Filling the vacant spot Wheat State Pizza left behind, DG Wingz had their “soft” opening Tuesday. DG Wingz’ grand opening is set for Sunday, March 1, and... Read more »

ESU supports victims of sexual assault

Rosalie Krenger, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015
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Students on campus may not have given any thought to what they would do in the event that they or someone they know was sexually assaulted, but Emporia State has... Read more »

Jim Hoy—friend of flint hills

Jim Hoy—friend of flint hills

Ariel Cooley, Copy Editor
February 26, 2015
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Previous ESU professor receives award He made a career out of his life in the Flint Hills, and has received an award recognizing his efforts. ... Read more »

Budget cuts lead to $632,000 loss for ESU

Payge Quintana, Staff Writer
February 26, 2015
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Gov. Sam Brownback used his executive power to cut $44.7 million from public schools and higher education institutions that will be implemented on Mar. 7. ... Read more »

Backs turn to Brownback in Holton

Backs turn to Brownback in Holton

Cassie Holt , Photo Editor
February 19, 2015
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Silent protestors turned their back to Gov. Sam Brownback... Read more »

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

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

Kati Strickland , Assignment Editor
February 19, 2015
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A circle of candles lit the below freezing darkness of Union Square Tuesday night. ... Read more »

After first semester at ESU, Golling finds good fit

After first semester at ESU, Golling finds good fit

Ariel Cooley , Copy Editor
February 19, 2015
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A large office in Plumb Hall overlooking Union Square is where Werner Golling has spent his days since July 2014 when he replaced Ray Hauke as the vice president of administration... Read more »

Number of reported sexual assault cases increase at ESU

Ariel Cooley , Copy Editor
February 19, 2015
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Editor's note: The original headline of this story insinuates that the number of rapes on campus have increased, but the number of sexual assaults are what have increased. We are sorry for the error. (Feb. 26, 2015) ... Read more »

ESU set to be editorial site for international magazines

Rosalie Krenger, Opinion Writer
February 12, 2015
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Emporia State now houses the Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle and the Sigma Tau Delta Review, both international publications. ... Read more »

ESU working on first in-state forensics graduate program

Ariel Cooley, Copy Editor
February 12, 2015
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Emporia State will be the home of the only forensic science graduate program in the state of Kansas. The science department introduces the program in the fall of... Read more »

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