Editor’s note: Max McCoy, professor of journalism, is named as a defendant in the complaint against the university. McCoy is adviser to The Bulletin and was adviser during the Jane story coverage. In an effort to avoid a conflict of interest, McCoy did not advise on this story and will not a…
Standing among colleagues, President Allison Garrett, and Kay Schallenkamp, former Emporia State president, cut a ribbon to celebrate the opening of Schallenkamp Hall on Friday, July 26. The new resident hall has taken about two years to complete and cost $18.5 million.
The Lyon and Chase County Bar Association presented The Bulletin, the Emporia State campus newspaper, with the Liberty Bell during their annual Law Day Luncheon today.
In a recent Opinion piece which appeared in the Topeka Capital-Journal, Senator Anthony Hensley reported that two individuals, Kansas Senate President, Susan Wagle, and her right hand man, Senator Jim Henning, have effectively decided the fate of proposed Medicaid expansion in Kansas.