35 years of Mario, a lifetime of fun for me

By Derek Mesa The cult classic Super Mario Bros. turned 35 years old on Sunday. Released in 1985 for the Nintendo Entertainment System, this was…

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Local art displayed in Art Walk Across Campus

BY CJ GIBSONPHOTOS BY TREVOR PFEIFER To support artists in the Tiger community, Student Engagement displayed local art pieces in Art Walk Across Campus. The…

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FHSU graduate Allie Schweizer launches vintage clothing business

BY CORIE LYNN After graduating, college students pursue graduate studies, dream jobs and families. Recent Fort Hays State University graduate Allie Schweizer chose a different…

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Dogs in the Quad spreads joy, awareness for Humane Society

BY JESSALYN KIRCHHOFF Students, faculty, and staff walking past the Quad in front of the Union on Wednesday morning might have noticed an unusual amount…

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Students Find New Hobbies While Under Quarantine

By Derek Mesa Quarantine can be a very long period of time if you can’t find something to do. Whether you’re in isolation because you…

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Retro Review: Scream

BY John Carter JR While being delayed by COVID related circumstances, the Scream reboot seems to be moving full-steam ahead with the announcement of Neve…

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Active COVID cases down, hospitalizations up in Ellis County

BY JUSTIN SABATA Active COVID-19 cases in Ellis County have decreased in the past week. Last Wednesday, the Ellis County Health Department reported 229 active…

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OPINION: Best places to eat in Hays for newcomers and residents alike

BY PRESTON BURROWS Imagine you pull into Hays after driving hours on the slow ride across Kansas — a ride which takes even longer when…

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Residential Life keeps students healthy and On-Campus

BY AUSTIN RUFF Students headed back to Fort Hays State University residential halls this past month, kicking off the start of the 2020-2021 academic year.…

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FHSU’s Lampe Competes at the United States Team Roping Championship

BY CORA TASSET Austin Lampe, a junior at Fort Hays State University and member of the rodeo team, qualified for the United States Team Roping…

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