Emporia State University Theatre’s second annual radio drama performance of “A Christmas Carol,” the timeless classic by Charles Dickens, on December 2 at 7:30 pm in the Karl C. Bruder Theatre. The performance will be streamed online, but it can also be watched live in the theatre. A suggested donation of $5 can be made at the door for the live performance; donations will go toward theatre scholarships. In addition to the livestream on the Emporia State University website, the production will also be broadcast on KVOE Radio.
News in 2017
The ESU debate duo of Issie Engelbert and Arriq Singleton concluded the fall semester of competition ranked 31 out of the top 100 partnerships in college debate. The college debate rankings were released on Nov. 14 and are based on head-to-head outcomes of debate rounds.
Two junior varsity Hornet debaters advanced to the quarterfinal round during the Joe C Jackson tournament hosted by the University of Central Oklahoma.
The new director of Emporia State’s Koch Center for Leadership and Ethics brings experience from other similar centers and leadership programs.
The September installment of the Emporia State Economic Index shows that Kansas gross domestic product increased by 2.35 percent from September 2016 to September 2017.
Emporia State debaters picked up prestigious wins — including a unanimous decision against Harvard — during the Jesuit Invitational Debates at Gonzaga University.
Educators are being offered opportunities to increase their skill and knowledge through workshops and conferences provided this fall through The Teachers College at Emporia State University. Some events offered have graduate credit available.
An author of more than 45 children’s books who “found a way to make a pretty good living doing stuff that used to get him in trouble in school” will be among the featured speakers at an upcoming conference at Emporia State University.
Emporia State’s new director of alumni relations is a well-known face in the Emporia business community. Jose L. Feliciano Jr. will attend key Homecoming events this weekend although he doesn’t assume his new role until Nov. 13.