ASG president, VP sworn into office Monday

ASG president, VP sworn into office Monday

On Tuesday before the annual Block Party, the front of Plumb Hall was packed with students and community members for Campus and Community Pride Night to see the 2014-2015 Associated Student...  Read More »

Tuition, student fee increase investment for Hornets

Tuition, student fee increase investment for Hornets

In order to continue improving the quality of education for Emporia State students, full-time residential tuition and student fees increased by $156 a semester for the 2014-15 school year.

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Skipping meals at the Hornets Nest: Worth the loss?

Skipping meals at the Hornets Nest: Worth the loss?

Meal plans: everyone living in the dormitories must have one. But skipping even one meal in a semester could end up costing you more than you think.

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Feemster finds fit at ESU

Feemster finds fit at ESU

After several years of having one journalism professor, the English, Modern Languages and Journalism department will have someone else to assist in the education of journalism students. Ron Feemster, professor of journalism, was hired this summer.

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Free personal training available

Those seeking a personal trainer have an opportunity to work with one for free for six weeks. HL 435: Strength & Conditioning...  Read More »

Singular, Trusler dorm renovations complete after two years

After the course of two years with a budget $5.25 million, the renovations for both Singular and Trusler residential halls are finally...  Read More »

Schiltz gets signed by Chiefs

Schiltz gets signed by Chiefs

Not all Division II football players make it to the National Football League. In fact, the number is very small. But Adam Schiltz, a former Emporia State tight end, did just that. He was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this month. Schiltz was a four-year starter for ESU and a key contributor to the 2012 team that won the Kanza Bowl.

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24-game schedule ahead for volleyball

The Emporia State volleyball team has a busy schedule ahead of them this fall, with the most games on their schedule since 2003. The...  Read More »

College Athletes Getting Paid

For years, college athletics has been a business that has claimed to exist for the benefit of the student athlete. For the most part,...  Read More »

Football kicks off 2014 season

After another record-breaking 9-2 season for the Emporia State football team, the 2014 MIAA Pre-season Media Day polls have put them...  Read More »

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