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In a recent Opinion piece which appeared in the Topeka Capital-Journal, Senator Anthony Hensley reported that two individuals, Kansas Senate President, Susan Wagle, and her right hand man, Senator Jim Henning, have effectively decided the fate of proposed Medicaid expansion in Kansas.  

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In a Bulletin editorial dated February 8th, Bailey Miller offered her opinion that, in her words, “General Education Courses are a Waste of Time.”  I disagree, but I get it. As a professor, advisor, and parent, I often see the lack of connection between courses like College Algebra, English …

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The ASG is to be commended for their recent resolution on textbook costs. The first cheer is for calling attention to exorbitant prices, encouraging professors to explore alternatives that lower costs without compromising your education. The second cheer is for what they did NOT do-- ASG sta…

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Emporia State’s Associated Student Government has determined that “The Sunflower” yearbook deserves to have nearly a third of its budget cut over the next four years. They suggest that other state universities are following suit, that printed yearbooks are “wasteful,” and that many are rever…

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Next year I will be the faculty adviser of both the “Sunflower” yearbook and The Bulletin newspaper, and I am concerned about the impact of ASG’s proposed decrease in allocations. I question if they thought of the potential repercussions of their decision. 

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Re: Active Shooter, ESU Bulletin needs to push harder for accountability! Work quickly to gain the backing of ESU faculty and demand Hoover's firing for pure incompetence. It appears this is a system he's overseen and has helped to create, yet is never on University grounds during the night,…

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Over the past two years, I have been increasingly disappointed by the rabble rousing content of the articles published in the Bulletin. ESU students are perpetually achieving great things, yet articles lauding these students are abandoned in favor of fear mongering and divisive content.

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As an ESU alumn and resident of Emporia from 2008 to 2013, I wonder what the City of Emporia and Emporia State are doing to ensure the safety of its undocumented citizens and students.

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