Working remotely proving challenging yet rewarding for Kansas employees

BY BRADEN HOLECEK Change is never easy. And during these difficult times, the general public is adjusting to a new normal. When the coronavirus started…

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100th Science Cafe and Beyond

STORY BY LAURA KRUGPHOTOS BY CLARK CHEN On Monday evening, Dr. Paul Adams addressed a gathering of FHSU students, professors, people from Hays and students…

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Hispanic American Leadership Organization hosts Taco Feed

STORY BY RYLEE BRETTON On Friday, September 6, FHSU students gathered together on Custer Lawm for Tacos with HALO. The event was coordinated by the…

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Tiger MBB and WBB rely on experience and leadership as 2018-19 season draws near

STORY BY MAKENNA ALLEN It’s t-minus two weeks until both the Fort Hays State University men’s and women’s basketball seasons kick off.  Though the women’s…

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Candidates in the Race for Kansas House Seat 111 Hold Forum at FHSU

STORY BY AARON STRAIN Incumbent Democrat Eber Phelps and his Republican challenger Barbara Wasinger discussed a wide swath of issues facing residents of the 111th…

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Kansas Board of Regents Approves Tuition Increase, FHSU Oil and Gas Lease

BY JADEN MOUNT During the two-day meeting June 20 and 21, the Kansas Board of Regents approved tuition increases for all six state universities and…

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Topeka’s Nonviolent Protests Continue in Lew of Kobach’s Response

By JADEN MOUNT Topeka City Police have issued 24 citations and arrested 18 individuals since May 14 when Kansans joined nonviolent protests organized by the…

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Lanie Page – More than a Game

BY TRISTAN SASSE PHOTO COURTESY OF FHSU ATHLETICS Redshirt sophomore on the Fort Hays State University women’s basketball team, Lanie Page, transferred from Kansas State University…

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Men’s Basketball Will Face K-State and Kansas in Exhibition Play to Open 2017-18

Courtesy Fort Hays State University Athletics Department   HAYS, Kan. – Fort Hays State Men’s Basketball will travel east on Interstate 70 twice to open…

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Kansas Colleges Lose More Funding

The 2017 fiscal year is looking to be a difficult one, especially for those looking towards attaining a higher education, as Kansas faces a $53…

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