Do you have information the public should know? Here are some ways you can securely send information and documents to Bulletin journalists: 


This is a free, end-to-end encrypted messaging app, which allows you to communicate directly with The Bulletin. You can send text messages, images and video. It also allows you to talk securely with a reporter by calling them via the Signal app. No metadata is retained by Signal. It can be downloaded from the app store. Signal can be configured to delete messages automatically at a designated time interval.

The Bulletin's Signal phone number: 785-372-1143


WhatsApp is a free messaging app owned by Facebook that allows full end-to-end encryption for its service. Only the sender and recipient can read messages, photos, videos, voice messages, documents and calls. Though you can limit some account information shared to Facebook, WhatsApp still keeps records of the phone numbers involved in the exchange and the users’ metadata, including timestamps on messages.

The Bulletin's WhatsApp phone number: 785-372-1143

Postal Mailbox-

You can drop a letter or package in the mail to reporters at The Bulletin. To maintain anonymity, it is recommended that you use a mailbox rather than going into a post office. 

Send to: 

The Bulletin

Campus Box 4068

Emporia State University

1 Kellogg Circle

Emporia, KS 66801

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