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Sodexo funded the new Starbucks opened in the Memorial Union. The grand opening was held on Nov. 12 with a ribbon cutting and free samples. The Starbucks allows the use of dining dollars and includes a full Starbucks menu unlike the limited menu Buzzcotti had.

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The President’s office hosted Emporia State’s first Trauma Informed Educators Conference Nov. 9 in the Memorial Union. For $40, educators and students alike listened to several keynote speakers and participated in various smaller discussions and group activities.

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The Emporia State A cappella Choir and the Emporia Chorale sing at the Veteran’s Day concert on Nov. 11 at the First United Methodist Church. The concert was held as a tribute to the United States Veterans. 

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Those interested in adopting Dirk should fill out an application to adopt at the Emporia Kansas Animal Shelter, 1216 Hatcher St.

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It’s been three years since head volleyball coach Bing Xu began distributing The Epoch Times, a Chinese language newspaper associated with the Falun Gong spiritual movement, on campus. 

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The attorney for four families suing Emporia State and two former staffers of the Center for Early Childhood Education described child abuse there as “a modern-day horror story” during opening arguments Tuesday of a civil jury trial at district court.

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Those interested in adopting Kelcy should fill out an application to adopt at the Emporia Kansas Animal Shelter, 1216 Hatcher St. 

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The entirely new Breidenthal University House is nearing completion at an estimated $1.4 million to date. The house will be the home for the President of Emporia State and her family.

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas could soon end an unusual policy of using its own numbers in addition to federal census data to redraw the boundaries of state legislative districts, a longstanding practice that has cost university communities political clout.

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Emporia Main Street hosted a variety of historical tours through the older businesses which covered their robust history in town as well as some of the more ghostly experiences they’ve had last Friday and Saturday night.

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Those interested in adopting Barley and Lina should fill out an application to adopt at the Emporia Kansas Animal Shelter, 1216 Hatcher St. Barley and Lina, like all animals at the shelter, were picked up as strays.

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The Emporia State Young Democrats held a viewing party for the fourth Democratic presidential debate in the Science Hall on Oct. 15. The debate featured 12 qualifying candidates, while seven candidates did not meet the threshold set by the Democratic National Committee.

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Three education floors from the freshmen dorms went to an event called “Tea with the Teacher’s College.” It was put on for the first time this year, but the department hopes to continue for the next few years, according to Cheyanne Yette, junior elementary education major.

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The school board candidate forum for USD 253 met to discuss the $78 million bond on Oct. 17. The candidates: Jeremy Dorsey, Art Gutierrez, Mallory Koci, Jeff Lules, Grant Riles and Leslie Seely were hosted by the League of Women Voters at Flint Hills Technical College. All six candidates sup…

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Mystery “microbes” were eradicated on the unoccupied fourth floor of Trusler this week following it’s identification last Friday.

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U.S. Attorney General William Barr was on Wichita State’s campus Oct. 2 for a roundtable event. Barr was invited by Sen. Jerry Moran to attend a roundtable discussion about state and local law enforcement.

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Sandra Valenti, Faculty Senate vice president, presided over senate meeting as they discussed several topics—the changes to the regional a— missions policy, an art exhibit to be featured at the Kansas Board of Regents meeting, the death of Mark Runge and the guidelines of the Faculty Recogni…

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Emporia’s new bike share program is ready for community members to use. With a grant from the Kansas Health Foundation, 24 new bikes are available at six solar powered stations. 

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The Fiscal Affairs Committee will have two weeks to discuss the expense reports and increase requests of line item organizations. All line items were supposed to turn in their reports to the committee by last Friday. 

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Kim Altis, junior business education major, introduces herself to the Student Media Board before they voted her in as business manager on Sept. 20 in The Bulletin Office. The next meeting will be held at 3 p.m. on Nov. 15 in The Bulletin office on the third floor of the Memorial Union. 

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Mark Runge, who was an architect and director of facilities for more than three decades at Emporia State and had become one of the most familiar and helpful faces on campus, died Monday, Sept. 16, 2019. He was 62. 

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Before a roundtable on rural broadband here last week, FCC Chair Ajit Pai tweeted about returning to Emporia State after being here decades ago as a high school student. 

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Friday the 13th turned out to be as unlucky as its reputation when Emporia State announced the addition of sleep pods on campus last week. The trouble wasn’t with ski masks, black cats, or other nightmare-inducing themes, but the backlash on Facebook to the idea that college students needed …

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Mark Runge, who was an architect and director of facilities for more than three decades at Emporia State and had become one of the most familiar and helpful faces on campus, died Monday, Sept. 16, 2019. He was 62.

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Western Kansas' congressman launched a Senate campaign on Saturday, pitching himself to fellow Republicans as a pragmatic conservative who can keep the seat in GOP hands by thwarting immigration hardliner Kris Kobach's bid for the party's nomination.

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OVERLAND PARK, Kansas — A Kansas business executive with political ties to former Republican Gov. Sam Brownback has officially kicked off her campaign to challenge freshman Democratic Rep. Sharice Davids.

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Faculty Senate held their first meeting for the semester Sept. 3. Points of the discussion were the Labor Day storms, Can the Bods, and staggered enrollment.