Thursday Mar 13
The emus have it
"I never could have thought up that much detail about an emu that just appeared at my house one day," said Anna Guigli, freshman in marketing.
Thursday Mar 13
Why People Hate Weeding Books
What is it about book weeding that gets library patrons so panicked? I can sort of understand the furor over that weeding project gone awry in Illinois last year, but it seems to happen all the time.
From the Highlands to the Plains
When President Woodrow Wilson delivered these words, he was speaking an unquestionable axiom that remains prevalent today.
Prairie Village Post
Fairway resident, Blue Valley teacher Maria Worthington honored as 'Kansas Master'
Emporia State University this week announced that Fairway resident and 14-year Blue Valley North teacher Maria Worthington is among the seven educators to be honored as Kansas Master Teachers this year.
Will it go viral?
A hype song created by two Emporia State University students recently had its video debut at a party at the Granada Theater in downtown Emporia.
Professor to talk about art therapy in prisons
David Gussak, professor and chairman of the art education department at Florida State University and an Emporia State University alumnus, will speak about his experience serving as an art therapist expert witness in the courtroom, as well as the role of art therapy in corrections.
The Gardner News and The Spring Hill ...
Emporia University Cheyenne Dains, Shelby Dains and Tara Thacker, all of Gardner, were honored during a First-Year Scholars reception on Feb. 6 at Emporia State University.
Students recieve scholarships at luncheon
Faculty, staff and students gathered for the sesquicentennial Emporia State Founder's Day luncheon on Friday Feb.14 in Webb Hall.
Common Core debate returns to Legislature
Ken Weaver, dean of Emporia State University's teachers college, asks the House Education Committee to vote against a bill scrapping the Common Core standards used in Kansas schools.
The Wichita Eagle
Kan. students lobby against sex ed bills
The bills would require school districts to receive parental or guardian consent before students would receive sex education instruction or access to materials.
Northeast Kansas happenings
"General Frederick Funston: One of William Allen White's Best Friends" will be presented by Chris Lovett, professor of history at Emporia State University, at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16, and "Treasures of the White Collection" will be presented by William Allen White Memorial Library archives staff at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb.23, at the visitor center at Red ... (more)