• Student Foundation celebrates class gift

    Student Foundation celebrates class gift

    Amanda Goering, Managing Editor

    August 28, 2014

    The gift this year is of a bench with the words “I’m a Hornet!” engraved into the back. It is located at the convergence of six sidewalks between Plumb Hall and the Veteran’s Hall entrance of the Memorial Union. READ MORE »»

    With their “stingers up,” Josie Rozell, freshman secondary English education major, and Jordan Cook, freshman Spanish and pre-med major, pose as two of the first students to sit on the new bench.

    Amanda Goering

  • RSOs color campus with water balloon fight

    RSOs color campus with water balloon fight

    Ariel Cooley, Staff Writer

    August 28, 2014

    Students gathered on the practice football field to be splattered by water balloons filled with paint Monday, Aug. 25 at the Student Recreation Center. People Respecting Individuality and Diversity in Education (PRIDE), the sociology club and SOS Advocacy For ESU (SAFE) were the hosts of the water balloon fight. READ MORE »»

    Students ready their water balloons for the start of the fight by the Student Rec Center Aug. 25.

    Kathryn Martin

  • Full Time-Students, Part-Time Jobs

    Full Time-Students, Part-Time Jobs

    Emma DePriest, Staff Writer

    August 28, 2014

    Many students, traditional and non-traditional, who put themselves through school with multiple jobs... “One of them is to pay for school and to pay for funds of like rent and tuition, things like that,” said Madeline Malley, junior nursing major. READ MORE »»

    Madeline Malley, junior nursing major, begins her first day back as an admissions tele-counselor Wednesday afternoon in Memorial Union. Malley began her job here on campus last Spring to help pay her bills in addition to working at a retirement home as a weekend administration service assistant.

    Jennifer Pendarvis

  • ASG gears up for new year

    ASG gears up for new year

    Kati Strickland, Copy Editor

    August 28, 2014

    Associated Student Government held the first meeting of the year on Thursday, Aug. 21. The short meeting addressed several matters for the upcoming year and also swore in all current 2014-2015 ASG senators. READ MORE »»

    The senate members of Associated Student Government stand to take the oath of office Aug. 21. The senate members had to recite the oath after Taylor Kriley, one of the co-advisors of the Associated Student Government.

    Cassie Holt

Student Foundation celebrates class gift

Student Foundation celebrates class gift

The gift this year is of a bench with the words “I’m a Hornet!” engraved into the back. It is located at the convergence of six sidewalks between Plumb Hall and the Veteran’s Hall entrance of the Memorial Union.

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RSOs color campus with water balloon fight

RSOs color campus with water balloon fight

Students gathered on the practice football field to be splattered by water balloons filled with paint Monday, Aug. 25 at the Student Recreation Center. People Respecting Individuality and Diversity in Education (PRIDE), the sociology club and SOS Advocacy For ESU (SAFE) were the hosts of the water balloon fight.

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Full Time-Students, Part-Time Jobs

Full Time-Students, Part-Time Jobs

Many students, traditional and non-traditional, who put themselves through school with multiple jobs... “One of them is to pay for school and to pay for funds of like rent and tuition, things like that,” said Madeline Malley, junior nursing major.

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ASG gears up for new year

ASG gears up for new year

Associated Student Government held the first meeting of the year on Thursday, Aug. 21. The short meeting addressed several matters for the upcoming year and also swore in all current 2014-2015 ASG senators.

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Campus will host Second Annual Tie-Dye Run

Runners will have the chance to participate in the Second Annual Tie-Dye run starting at Plumb Hall on Saturday, Sept. 6 at 10 a.m. Participants in the run will be covered in different colors at each kilometer they make pass.

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BizFest tonight in MU Ballroom

The School of Business will host BizFest from 5:30-7:30 p.m. tonight in the Memorial Union Ballroom. The event is for geared toward business majors and students interested in a major or minor in business, but all students are welcome to attend.

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Amtrak looks to stop in Emporia

Amtrak has expressed interest in building a passenger train station in Emporia after conducting a passenger study...Since ridership has been established, they are currently in negotiations with BNSF Railway about use of the railways.

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New vision statements focuses on ‘common good’

The President’s Strategic Planning Cabinet changed the vision statement from “Changing Lives since 1863” to “Changing Lives for the Common Good” during the spring 2014 semester as part of the Strategic Plan Development for 2015-2025.

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Registration deadlines for intramural leagues approaching

Emporia State will be offering three different intramural leagues this fall. Flag football sign up ends this Saturday, sand volleyball registration ends Tuesday, Sept. 2 and indoor volleyball sign-up ends Tuesday, Oct. 7.

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Cross country gains 11  teammates

Cross country gains 11 teammates

After only losing two guys to graduation, the Emporia State men’s and women’s cross country teams has added 11 new runners to their roster for the fall season. Four girls, all true freshman and seven guys, six freshmen and one junior college transfer will join the returners.

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Athletes Heatin’ Up

Athletes Heatin’ Up

As the temperature outside pushes triple digits, the walk to class feels more like a stroll threw an oven. But that does not stop Emporia State athletics from hitting the field, track or court.

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King finds ‘throne’ in athletics department

King finds ‘throne’ in athletics department

Zak King, former Emporia State kicker, has been hired as the new director of Athletic Operations and Event Management at Emporia State and is preparing for his first big event with the first home football game Sept 4.

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Former ESU player cut from KC Chiefs

Adam Schiltz, former Emporia State tight end, was cut from the Kansas City Chiefs last Monday...Schiltz has made appearances in three Chiefs games this season but was listed as the fifth end on rosters. The team recently cut the roster down to 53, only keeping three tight ends.

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