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Meeting in person for the first and last time of the semester, the Faculty Senate spread across Albert Taylor Hall to discuss the academic year in review and transition to the next group of serving senators.

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When Rob Catlett, Associate Professor of Math and Economics and the Director of the Center for Economic, was interrupted mid lecture by the smiling faces of the provost and the president of Emporia State, he knew exactly what was coming. From watching several videos of his colleagues receive…

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Following two online commencements, Emporia State graduates will finally get to walk across the stage once again. Since March 2020, mass gatherings have been restricted by the Lyon County City Commissioners. Just recently though, this restriction has been lifted.

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Emporia State Special Collections and Archives presented a discussion with KVOE Sports Director Greg Rahe on his over thirty-year career in broadcasting Hornet athletics.

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Ahead of the second faculty senate meeting of April, ESU president Allison Garrett announced the college’s decision to hire George Arasimowicz as the next provost and vice president for academic affairs.

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With ribbon-cutting planned for May 22, the Prophet Aquatic Center sits on the edge of King Lake, patiently waiting for faculty to begin making use of the space. “It makes me happy to see the school expand,” said Provost David Cordle. “Even aside from these large projects there are so many i…

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Steve Henry, an Emporia State alumni who recently died in a car accident, was known to many for his athletic accomplishments-- the Emporia hero who intercepted the ball from Joe Montana. To friends who knew the man behind the reputation, what was more unique than his athletic ability  was hi…

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When asked what made Ron Slaymaker, the winningest men’s basketball coach in Emporia State history, he also questioned his success, wondering how and why he was given so many opportunities to succeed.

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The new major, Ethnic, Gender and Identity Studies, was created as a result of work from the 25-year-old Ethnic and Gender Studies program. Though it was originally introduced in the Spring of 2020, it wasn’t at the forefront of student and faculty minds with the growing pandemic.

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The ongoing novel coronavirus has affected colleges throughout the world. To adapt to the loss of money, ESU is implementing temporary measures to use $1.8 million in savings from FY 2021 to carry over to FY 2022.

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School was canceled for both February 16 and 17, by no choice of Emporia State. Due to the dangerous windchill and overuse of heat and other utilities by ESU students and other Emporians, Emporia experienced a series of unpredicted, rolling blackouts. 

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In March of 2020 the nation was shaken with an unexpected pandemic resulting in several tragedies. One that hit Emporia especially hard was the closing of several businesses, large and small, to shut down. With people unable to leave their homes Emporia Main Street found a way to not only en…

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Jay Andrew Vehige (left), Emporia local, speaks in front of the Emporia Municipal Court Thursday afternoon about the Emporia Police Department's investigation into the targeted harassment of the Ziegler family. "These officers acted outside of the policies of their department and in doing so…

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Editor’s Note: Report for  America, an initiative of TheGroundTruth Project, is a national nonprofit that places reporters in local newsrooms throughout  the country and requires their  corps members to complete a service project, where they work as  journalism students. This series was done…

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Editor’s Note: Report for  America, an initiative of TheGroundTruth Project, is a national nonprofit that places reporters in local newsrooms throughout  the country and requires their  corps members to complete a service project, where they work as  journalism students. This series was done…

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An attempted sexual assault of a student at a campus residence hall was reported early this morning by Emporia State authorities. An emergency alert was issued via text and email at 7:03 a.m. that said the assault was being investigated by ESU police and urging students to “Pay close attenti…

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Rather than being greeted by golden carnations handed out by ambassadors at the front steps of William Allen White Auditorium, walking in a single file line searching for family members in the noisy crowd and restlessly waiting in line to hand Jim Williams a sweaty name card before smiling f…

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As students prepare for another COVID semester, Lindsay Bays and Mary McDaniel Anshutz, Directors of the Student Wellness Center for Counseling and Health Services, explain what COVID fatigue is and offer advice.

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In a statement from the President’s Office, administrative officials outlined their decision to decline the suspending of tenure as outlined by a recently proposed Kansas Board of Regents policy. Provost David Cordle said universities are better equipped to handle issues like tenure themselves.

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As the entire world continues to feel the jolt of the coronavirus, 2021 kicks off for students and faculty at Emporia State as not only a new year and a new semester but compared to last January, a new world.

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Glen Burdue says the “prayer warriors” who joined him in this week’s rally in Washington, D.C., bonded in a spiritual war to wrestle control from corrupt politicians, lying journalists, Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and Chinese influence.

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Emporia Municipal Court is again allowing the press and the public to attend its proceedings. Last Friday, Judge Ted Hollembeak reversed an earlier ruling that had closed the courtroom to observers because of concerns about the pandemic. 

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A set of closed hearings were held Thursday in Emporia Municipal Court for dozens of defendants, several of which were Emporia State students, who were cited at a house party for underage drinking in late September. 

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As Lyon County continues to see a rise in COVID-19 cases, Alpha Sigma Alpha, an Emporia State sorority at 226 West 12 avenue, recently underwent two weeks of quarantine as six members tested positive for the virus following Halloween weekend.

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The Bulletin was barred from attending a municipal court hearing this morning regarding a Sept. 26 house party held at 1431 Center St. which resulted in tickets of 35 minors for underage drinking, 20 of whom are Emporia State students or athletes. The Bulletin was denied access to the in-per…

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When Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court late last month, the shock waves were felt throughout the country and by students here on campus. Now, Justice Barrett and the rest of the Supreme Court are hearing arguments on the Affordable Care Act. The ACA allows students to stay…

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With election results spanning well into last week, former vice-president Joe Biden and California senator Kamala Harris became the 46th president and vice-president elect with 279 electoral votes.

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Thirty-two students have tested positive for COVID-19 through the Student Wellness Center this week, according to the Emporia State COVID-19 Dashboard. Adding in results from the group testing, there are currently 42 active cases on campus, according to Lyon County Public Health.

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U.S. Representative Sharice Davids shares her story of becoming a politician to the Emporia State Young Democrats organization over Zoom on Oct. 6, 2020. Davids decided to become a politician after she spoke with a lawyer at a coffee shop.