What can we learn from China’s experience facing the epidemic

BY DANYANG YUAN On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended voluntary use of non-medical masks. “If people wanted to wear them, they…

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Kansas Resident gives new perspective on the Coronavirus

BY JOHN CARTER JR One of the most pressing or alarming issues in this new decade has been none other than SARS-CoV-2 or COVID-19, simply…

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Chinese Students Celebrate Lunar New Year with Gala on Campus

STORY BY DANIEL SAENZ PHOTOS BY KELEI (JACKIE) ZHANG On February 5th, China celebrated its Lunar New Year and this year’s mascot was the year…

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Crisis in Venezuela accelerates prompting questions of U.S. involvement in region

STORY BY DANIEL SAENZ As of now, more than three million people have fled Venezuela due to hyperinflation and government suppression of opposition parties. The…

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International students call FHSU home as spring semester begins

STORY BY DANIEL SAENZ At Fort Hays State University, “World Ready” has been one of the main slogans. As showcased by its various partnerships with…

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Diplomatic Talks with North Korea begin to break down

BY DANIEL SAENZ It feels as if it was only yesterday when Dennis Rodman was crying on CNN about how happy he was to see…

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Trade War Between United States and China hits close to home

BY DANIEL SAENZ During the 2016 Presidential Election, there was a great deal of talk between the United States and China over trade deals. From…

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FHSU Celebrates Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival

BY JADEN MOUNT Where China is thousands of miles, our exchange students had no problem bringing their culture all the way to Hays, Kansas. On…

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Halloween for Chinese Students at FHSU

BY:  TIANYU ZHANG (MARK) Halloween is an autumn holiday that Americans celebrate every year.  A group of Chinese students studying here at Fort Hays organized…

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10 Things to Know For Today

Associated Press Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. CHINA’S ECONOMIC GROWTH WANES TO…

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