A conversation surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement and the recent death of George Flyod will be hosted by Aswad Allen, Emporia State’s chief diversity officer, over Zoom. The call starts at 11:30 p.m. this Friday and will be open to all/students and faculty.
Although Lyon County may be under a stay-at-home order by as early as Tuesday, so far county officials say no such order has been issued.
Having anxiety during the pandemic is terrible. I hate getting on social media and reading about how bad things are in New York City or other countries, like Italy and Spain. I hate reading death reports of healthy young adults who contracted COVID-19 and passed.
Shortly after the stay-at-home order was issued in Lyon County, residents still living in the dorms at Emporia State had until 5 p.m. March 25 to move out. One week shorter than the previous move-out date of April 1, students frantically had to rush to move out.
Taysean Goodwin (left) warms up with his track teammates. Goodwin was recently named MIAA Athlete of the Week after breaking two of ESU’s records. He credits his skill to his mother. “She’s (my mom) been to every meet, taking off work just to come watch me run a few events (but she’d) be ou…
The Emporia State Men’s basketball team has endured many adversities this past season. With four injured starters, the team has had to work around the challenges to succeed.