The fall 2016 exhibit Celebrating Voices: Yours, Mine and Ours, was quite fun for me as I created the display of Alvin E. Morris’ voice at ESU and beyond. In choosing the voice for my display, I was torn in what I wanted to show off. I ultimately chose a war veteran of World War … More Alvin E. Morris
Two of the loudest voices on campus are the Marching Hornets and Hornet Revue. They are seen and definitely heard at football and basketball games. I chose these specific voices because I am involved in both ensembles. Many people think that the marching band or Hornet Revue is made up of only music majors or … More Marching Hornets and Hornet Revue
Special Collections and Archives invites you to experience our newest exhibit: Celebrating Voices: Yours, Mine, and Ours was curated by Special Collections and Archives staff and student assistants: Shari Scribner, Samantha Weinkauf, Courtney Renfro, Morgan Davis, Kyra Caldwell, Ally Urban, Annie Johnson, and Kari Bingham-Gutierrez. Look for their blog posts each week during American Archives … More October is American Archives Month!
While working with the University of Photography record group, I faced a multitude of challenges. The record group is extensive and contains a vast amount of photographs that have not been kept in a specific order throughout the years and some of the sections are not even labeled other than ‘Section 1,’ Section 2,’ 3, … More University Photography
While working with the Student Publications: Sunflower record group, I learned a lot of things from Emporia State University’s history. For instance, the yearbooks were not always called The Sunflower, there have been multiple beauty contests, the different content arrangement for each yearbook and the patriotic style or inclusion during times of war, especially the … More Student Publications: The Sunflower