Spotlight Volume 43 Issue 1
- Emporia State's Natural Areas Teaching field scientists since 1958.
- Kristie Ogilvie named new business dean at Emporia State Students and faculty make Emporia State a good fit.
- 150 ways to give back How can you help?
- Uniting the crowns In the elite world of collegiate debate, there are two national titles. We won them both!
- Changing lives one call at a time Rock stars of the dialtone.
- Spring 2013 enrollment grows Growing the university.
- Pictures tell Emporia State's 150 year old story Three-time alum publishes pictorial history.
- Searching for—and recognizing—the best Upcoming nomination deadlines.
- Regents visit campus Mid-April campus tour provides first-hand look.
- Calendar of events Upcoming events in Hornet Nation.
- Musings in the midst of celebrating The party continues.
- Commencement ceremonies cause for celebration "Cush" speaks to 2013 grads.
- Cordle named new provost Internal leadership and an external focus.
- In Memoriam Remembering Mark Biberstein, James F. Harter, and Lloyd and Twila Stone.
- Silent no more Meet the chairs of Now & Forever: The Campaign for Emporia State University.
- Student-athletes honored at banquet Senior Awards and Honors Banquet recognition.
- Hornets head to China Not your typical road trip.
- Athletics highlights Recapping Hornet student-athlete achievements.
- Clarke keeps running Going fast to have fun.
- Outstanding and Distinguished Seniors Alexandra Crowe and Tess Hobson pick up Newberg honors.
- Deaths Noting the passing of Hornet alumni and friends.
- A Gala to Remember Emporia State celebrates 150 years with style.
- Save the date! Homecoming 2013 is Oct. 11-13!
- Through the Years Honors, awards, marriages, births--and other things worth celebrating.
- Celebrating Coach Slay Fitting honors at center court.
- Around Hornet Nation See what your fellow Hornets have been up to.
- Tell us your stories The Emporia experience ties us all together.
Here's Volume 43, Issue 1 of Spotlight, the magazine for members of the Emporia State University Alumni Association!
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