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If you have been in Emporia for some time, Casa Ramos, 707 Commercial St., would certainly be a familiar name. Taco Express is owned and operated by Alvaro Ramos and his father Ricardo Ramos, at the original Casa Ramos location, 201 Commercial St. It offers all the best parts of Alvaro and R…

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One winter, as facilities was clearing the sidewalks for students in a snowstorm, Mark Runge, then facilities director, noticed a path in the snow between the residence halls and the library. To help students better get through that area, Runge added that path to the priority list of sidewal…

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Emporia State’s homecoming musical “Little Women” will run at 7:30 p.m. from Oct. 17-19 and 2 p.m. on Sunday in Karl C. Bruder theater.

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Those interested in adopting Lia should fill out an application to adopt at the Emporia Kansas Animal Shelter, 1216 Hatcher St. Lia, like all animals at the shelter, was picked up as a stray.

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On September 18th, the Hybrid Vigor Cycling Club had their first meeting of the semester. The club is a group for anyone interested in experienced biking. The club leader is Alexander Barnes, graduate biology student.  

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Cathryn Crosby, program coordinator for the Department of Instructional Design/ Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages programs, has proposed a TESOL and applied linguistics undergraduate program. Emporia State currently offers the TESOL program as an endorsement for teachers as wel…

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The Vigil for Hope candlelit event was cancelled due to the rain 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 12 at White Memorial Park. Though the event was cancelled, the vigil has still had a lasting impact on people every year.

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Diversity student programs organized Emporia State’s Fourth annual Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff Festival on Sept. 12 in Webb hall Memorial Union. Kansas weather changed the location of the event from Kellogg Circle to Web hall.

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Those interested in adopting Jada should fill out an application to adopt at the Emporia Kansas Animal Shelter, 1216 Hatcher St. Jada, like all animals at the shelter, was picked up as a stray.

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The diversity book club plans to have many events throughout the year while partnering with different groups such as the Black Student Union, and even help host an art event at Emporia High School. 

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Over the 2018-19 school year, The Bulletin has featured nine cats and five dogs that are up for adoption at the Emporia Animal Shelter, 1216 Hatcher St., in our regular Corky’s Fuzzy Friends feature. 

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The Center for Great Plains Studies will be holding its Friends of the Plains Dinner at 6:00 p.m. this Friday, April 26 in the KSTC Ballroom in Memorial Union.Kevin Willmott, Oscar winner and professor of film at the University of Kansas, will be the featured speaker after the dinner around …

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Tristan Damme, sophomore athletic training major, reclines in his hammock yesterday afternoon in front of Plumb Hall. As the weather has warmed up, students have taken to hammocking while napping, doing homework or ‘hanging’ with friends. 

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    Emporia State celebrated TRIO Day last Friday and partnered with the science department to bring Tara Ruttley, NASA associate chief for microgravity research and McNair scholar, to present at ESU.

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Those interested in adopting Rochelle should fill out an application to adopt at the Emporia Kansas Animal Shelter, 1216 Hatcher St. Rochelle, like all animals at the shelter, was found as a stray.

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The Interfaith Space opened Feb. 19 and is located in southeast Morse in room 434. It will serve as a space of religious diversity for students, faculty and staff.

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Union Activities Council sponsored two escape rooms last Thrusday in the Memorial Union which around 90 people participated in. There were two rooms, one was named “Extinction Level” and the other “Snowglobe.”

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The Center for Student Involvement is collaborating with offices across campus to host rEcharge, an event to help students with stress, which will be held at 6 p.m. tonight in the Memorial Union Ballroom.

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Emporia State’s Zoiks! improv group won in the preliminary round at the Heartland Regional College Improv Tournament on Feb. 9th at the Kick Comedy Theater, a comedy club in Kansas City, Missouri.

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America’s Got Talent participants “iLuminate” performed last Monday in Albert Taylor Hall. The hall sold out with people from Emporia State and the Emporia community attending.

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Nick Blaha, chaplain and director of Didde Catholic Campus Center, answers questions from students from a church perspective yesterday in the CSI lounge. Blaha comes to campus every semester to answer questions about anything. 

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Trying to make the best of a rainy day I decided to grab a bite between classes. 

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With its many local attractions, Emporia continues to offer me unexpected places to explore, most recently a Mexican restaurant, Taqueria El Marmol.