Local Regions Issue Shelter-In-Place Orders

BY MAKENNA ALLEN AND CORIE LYNN Communities across the United States are taking preventative measures to fight the spread of the coronavirus. Though Hays may…

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Grab-and-go helps Hays families

BY CORIE LYNN On Tuesday morning, Gov. Laura Kelly announced that Kansas K-12 would close for the remainder of the school year in an effort…

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FHSU athletes and coaches come to terms with seasons ending prematurely due to COVID-19

BY MAKENNA ALLENPHOTOS BY ALLIE SCHWEIZER, DALSY TURNER, FHSU ATHLETICS The COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the nation has left few areas of life untouched.  For students…

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Retro Review: Powerpuff Girls: Evil VS Good in a Dystopian World

BY JOHN CARTER JR The parallels between fictitious dystopian or utopian works and the real world or society we live in are in abundance across…

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New COVID-19 state regulations cancel community events

BY ISABELLE BRAUN Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly announced Monday that all gatherings were to be restricted to less than 50 people.  Because of this, events…

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SGA calls emergency meeting to discuss Allocations Bill and funding

BY CORIE LYNN As a result of Fort Hays State University’s decision on Monday to cancel on-campus classes and university activities for the week, the…

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The impact of COVID-19 on international students at FHSU

BY DANYANG YUANVIDEO BY GUOWEI LI As the COVID-19 virus spreads, all FHSU campus classes are transitioning to online delivery. This raises the question of…

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Decision-making process amid COVID-19 keeps students, faculty, and staff’s best interest in mind

BY CORIE LYNN As students were wheeling their belongings to their cars in carts and on dorm room chairs Monday afternoon, email notifications began lighting…

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Looking to Our Leaders during Women’s History Month

BY CORIE LYNN From creating book genres like Mary Shelley to becoming the youngest person to receive the Nobel Prize like Malala Yousafzai, women continuously…

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Poverty and Homelessness in Hays discussed at “Can We Just Talk” event

BY LAURA KRUG Would you help your neighbor if you knew they didn’t have a place to sleep or were struggling to find their next…

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