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Harrison Nichols

August 27, 2015
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Harrison Nichols is a sophomore English major and this is his first semester as a staff writer. In his free time he likes to read, cook and play video games. After graduating in 2017 he would like to be a writer for Vice.

Derrick Duncan

August 27, 2015
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Derrick Duncan is a junior English Education major. This is his first semester working for The Bulletin as a staff writer. He is involved with Student Ambassadors, PALS and intramural sports. In his free time he enjoys hanging out with friends, reading and writing. After graduating in Spring 2017, he... Read more »

Bluelake Pritchett

Bluelake Pritchett

August 27, 2015
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Bluelake Pritchett is a senior English major. He joined staff as an Opinion Writer in Spring 2015. Aside from The Bulletin, he likes to write in his free time. With plans on graduating Spring 2016, he would like to go on to be a reporter.

Lindsay Cuadra

August 26, 2015
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Lindsay Cuadra is a senior Accounting major who joined The Bulletin staff this semester as an Opinion Writer. In her free time she likes to run long distance and watch YouTube videos. At ESU she ran cross country and track for three years. She is also the Vice President of Beta Alpha Psi. After graduati... Read more »

Britnie Wright

August 26, 2015
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Britnie Wright is a senior Elementary Education major. This is her first semester working for The Bulletin as a Fashion Blogger. She likes to hangout with her friends, family and boyfriend in her free time. Along with playing sports, cleaning and being crafty. After she graduates in Spring 2016, she woul... Read more »

Ralvell Rogers II

Ralvell Rogers II

August 26, 2015
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Ralvell Rogers II is a sophomore English and creative writing major. He is a columnist and entertainment blogger who started in Spring 2015. When he was free time he likes to write and read...and write some more. Currently he is also a resident assistant in the dorms. He plans on graduating Spring 2018... Read more »

Payge Quintana

Payge Quintana

August 26, 2015
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Payge Quintana is a sophomore History major. She joined staff in Spring 2015 as an opinion writer and staff writer, she is now the opinion editor. In her free time she watches Netflix or reads anything "Harry Potter" or "Supernatural". She plans on graduating Spring 2018 and would like to be a foreign... Read more »

Sam Brooks

August 26, 2015
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Sam Brooks is a senior communications major, focusing on public relations. He started as a staff writer in Spring 2015 and is now a staff writer and copy editor. In his free time he enjoys hanging out with friends and playing intramural sports. Along with binge watching "It's Always Sunny in Philly"... Read more »

What’s to Come?

What’s to Come?

Bluelake Pritchett, opinion writer
August 20, 2015
Filed under Opinion Columns, Uncategorized

So, what new is coming for students? Well, another option is soon to be added to a student’s list of places to live.  In the coming years, Morse Hall is going to be remodeled. This should not be too big of an issue for most students, given the copious number of housing options around campus studen... Read more »

Track has success at Drake Relays

Ace Finch, sports writer
May 4, 2015
Filed under Sports, Sports Shorts, Track, Uncategorized

The Emporia State track teams competed in the Drake Relays on April 24, 25 in Des Moines, Iowa. Kyle Pfizenmeier, senior, was the highlight of the weekend for ESU with a javelin throw of 61.63-meters. It wasn’t his best throw of the season, but it was good enough to place 10th at the meet and be a... Read more »

Weaver, Sharlow win ASG president, vice president by six

Weaver, Sharlow win ASG president, vice president by six

Susan Welte, Staff Writer
April 9, 2015
Filed under Breaking News, News, Uncategorized

  In a close 377-371 vote, Janet Weaver and Mikala Sharlow have claimed the titles of Associated Student Government's next president and vice president, consecutively. Stunned is the word that both Weaver and Sharlow used to describe their initial reaction when the decision was announ... Read more »

Riots about elevators end when escalators are installed in Plumb Hall

Parry Hotter, anything you want me to be baby
March 31, 2015
Filed under The Bullshit, The Bullshit, Uncategorized

Riots seize over the elevator removal in Plumb Hall. No longer will students show up to class out of breath and soaked in sweat. The new escalators have provided relief to those few students who originally took the stairs instead of being lazy and taking the elevator. “When I saw the escalators in P... Read more »

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