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.
The Bulletin won 16 individual awards and “The Sunflower,” Emporia State’s yearbook, won 12 awards April 7 and 8 at the Kansas Collegiate Media conference hosted in Wichita, Kansas.
A “gift” of emergency funds from Student Affairs will allow The Bulletin to continue regular operations through the end of this fiscal year. The arrangement, which will use no student fees, will also allow the student newspaper to start in the fall without a negative balance.
As the Supreme Court of the United States prepares to rule in June on the legality of allowing a question regarding citizenship on the 2020 Census, the Kansas Senate appears poised to take a side on the controversial issue.
TOPEKA — Gov. Laura Kelly announced she will be adding over $30 million toward improvements at state prison facilities in the Governor’s Budget Amendment, which was released Tuesday.
The tuition and fees reported has been drafted and after an open forum for students, faculty and staff, it will be finished at the next meeting, according to Steve Lovett, Faculty Senate president and assistant professor of business administration.
The Strategic Plan Review Committee held a forum Tuesday morning in the Preston Family room to discuss the revised goals and objectives of their 10-year strategic plan.
Brenda Koerner, associate professor of biological sciences, was named the Faculty Senate’s 2nd vice president. Koerner was elected with 74 votes out of 166 total voters, or 44.58 percent, according to Steve Lovett, Faculty Senate president and assistant professor of business administration.
EUDORA — BlueJacket Crossing Vineyard and Winery is one of Kansas’ many businesses making up its vibrant, but often underestimated, wine country. The “fly-over state” may not be hailed as famous as northern California but BlueJacket Crossing’s owner built his business with local heart, and C…
There seems to be a new challenge circulating throughout social media every week. The most recent twitter craze is the Florida Man challenge. The trend has sparked debate about its role in exploiting mental illness as an effort to gain more retweets and likes.
As the Emporia State’s Teachers College Special Education Fellowship Program is gearing up for its fourth year, it will have a $52,000 increase in funding and will be able to take on 25 graduate fellowship students, instead of 15. Their funding will increase from $64,000 to $116,000.
WAMEGO, Kan. (AP) — Julia Kabance isn't sure about her new residence. At 108 (109 in August, she says), she had been living independently in her home in St. Marys until about a month ago. There she was still pretty active, doing calisthenics and walking to stay healthy.
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — When it comes to responding to reports of sexual assault, response teams on college campuses face a set of barriers that prevent their work from being as effective as similar programs run by cities and counties, according to a University of Kansas study.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas National Guard captain has submitted her resignation out of frustration over what she perceived as a lack of concern by guard leadership after a series of people associated with the Guard took their own lives in recent months.
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — A woman whose experience of being kicked out of her home as a 16-year-old because she's a lesbian was highlighted on the Netflix show "Queer Eye" has a fresh shot at college after fans raised enough to pay off her student loans.
TOPEKA, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 8, 2019--The Kansas State Board of Nursing's "Kansas Nursing" site was recently recognized as a Horizon Interactive Award “Bronze” winner in the category of government agency websites. The Horizon Interactive Awards are an international competition recogniz…
A group of four Emporia State students have partnered with The Salvation Army for a three day food drive beginning this Friday. For each donation, the donor will receive raffle tickets with the chance to win donated prizes from six local companies.
Three Emporia State officers responding to a “suspicious smell” call allegedly found a 9 mm Glock handgun improperly secured, and marijuana and drug paraphernalia in a dorm room late Sunday night in Central Morse.
MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Against the hum of backhoes and bulldozers, a fortress of concrete and steel buildings gradually rises on the north end of Kansas State University's campus.