Fire last weekend threatens historic Nicodemus community, closes 1-70

BY AUSTIN RUFF A fire burned near the small town of Nicodemus last Sunday, threatening residents and the national historic site located there. Graham County…

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SGA hears update on Virtual Student Senate

BY CORIE LYNN The Fort Hays State University community extends beyond the campus. It includes overseas partnerships, as well as a large number of virtual…

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In Final Days: The American Mall Experience

BY JOHN CARTER Becoming a more well-known concept in the 60s and establishing its iconography in the 80s the American shopping mall has been a…

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Retro Review- Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones Unrated

BY JOHN CARTER JR It’s that time of year again and in honor of ‘spooky season’ we take a look back at one of the…

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County COVID hardships continue, commissioner open to discuss quarantine requirements in local schools

BY JUSTIN SABATA Ellis County Director of Health Services Jason Kennedy cut to the chase regarding COVID-19 in the area during Monday’s Ellis County Commission…

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Student Engagement offers “Spa Life” event to de-stress during midterms

BY KERISA BROWN Students had a chance to relax on Thursday and Friday with student engagement’s Spa Life event. With midterm week upon campus, many…

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New campus organization seeks to change FHSU health culture

BY CORIE LYNN Fort Hays State University is home to a variety of student organizations. From Shooting Club to religious organizations, each provides students with…

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SGA meets in person, discusses student services and reported hate crime response

BY CORIE LYNN After spending the semester meeting via Zoom, the FHSU Student Government Association hosted its first in-person meeting Thursday. The evening was spent…

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Potential hate crime on campus prompts university police investigation

BY ANNISTON WEBER The Fort Hays State University Police are investigating a potential hate crime that occurred on campus Tuesday afternoon.  Kassandra Razo, a friend…

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SGA continues to host faculty speakers to keep students informed

BY CORIE LYNN This semester, FHSU’s Student Government Association has hosted faculty guest speakers from campus as a way to answer student questions. During their…

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