Here's Volume 43, Number 2 of Spotlight, the magazine for members of the Emporia State University Alumni Association!
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Spotlight Volume 43. Number 2
- Trading Spaces—students move in to Trusler Hall Moving in to Hotel Trusler.
- Look both ways A year's worth of sesquicentennial celebrating...now our attention turns to what's next.
- Calendar of events What's on the calendar in Hornet Nation.
- Pops Concert packs the house SRO at the Granada
- Enrollment tops 6,000 New initiatives pay off
- Jazz Ensemble headed to New York City Jazz in the Big Apple with a Hornet flair.
- Post-Sesquicentennial steps After the celebration, what's next?
- School of Business offering online MBA program Extending the market for an Emporia State MBA
- Outstanding Recent Graduates Four more Hornet rising stars to watch.
- Academic excellence Honors for Carlson, Neal.
- A Visser homecoming Virginia Visser makes a Homecoming 150 visit.
- Mentoring teachers for excellence For the second time, 100 percent of ESU’s Teachers College mentored teachers achieve highest honor in profession.
- Through the Years Honors, awards, marriages, births--and other things worth celebrating.
- 2013 ESU Hall of Honor inductees Ceremony featured during Homecoming 150.
- For Sigma Sigma Sigma, good luck comes in threes - and twos An eventful summer, indeed!
- In Memoriam Noting the passing of Hornet alumni and friends.
- Students benefit from renovated Richel Learning Space Fall remodeling project a hit in Cremer Hall.
- Capitol Federal® substantially upgrades Emporia State scholarship program Philanthropic leadership benefits students.
- TESOL program moves to The Teachers College Program teaches English to speakers of other languages.
- Farewell, Coach Kramer Larry Kramer, 1942-2014.
- Around Hornet Nation See what your fellow Hornets have been up to.
- Distinguished Alumni Celebrating the achievements of four outstanding Hornets.
- Doc and Coach Slay honored Celebrating two legendary careers
- Tell us your stories Collecting a powerful series of Hornet memories.
- Cross Country teams compete at Regional, MIAA Championship
- Silent No More Campaign gifts start new bell-ringing tradition.
- Summer program for Hornet athletes keeps students on track to graduate on time Positive reviews after one summer of operation.
- Remembering Bill Wygle R. W. "Bill" Wygle, 1926-2014.
- All-Region 3 team includes three Hornets Davis, Stastny, Poston selected.
- New entrepreneur program is combined effort Business and education partnering for 3D Event.
- Legislator bus tour stops at Emporia State Legislators get a Stingers-Up! welcome to Emporia State.
- Photo collection finds new home Images from 1991 trip to India donated to Emporia State.
- Soccer reaches MIAA semifinals for first time A stellar season.
- Dual-degree engineering partnership Creating pathways of success.
- Volleyball team goes 18-11 for season Seven make 2013 All-MIAA Volleyball team.
- Dual credit accounting program links Kansas high schools and Emporia State University Encouraging high school students to look at a career in accounting.
- Hornet Football goes 9-2, reaches NCAA II playoffs A 19-4 record over two seasons. Stingers Up!
- Best-selling author James Patterson establishes scholarships for The Teachers College Expanding literacy by encouraging potential teachers.