Increases in tuition, housing and dining rates likely coming next year

BY RAEGAN NEUFELD First announced to the Student Government Association on September 22, a slight increase in rates for tuition, housing, and dining is likely…

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History club learns about networking, plans for upcoming guest speakers

BY ALICIA FEYERHERM Associate Professor of History, Amber Nickell, shared advice on networking with historians during last month’s History Club meeting.  “These days, everything is…

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Forsyth Library: A resource for all students

BY KATI RIVERA Fort Hays State University’s Forsyth Library makes many resources available for students on campus; however, many first-year students or students who have…

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Retro Review: Mi Mejor Amigo

BY JOHN CARTER JR This review is based on the Amazon Prime translation of the film In continuing with the celebration of Hispanic heritage month,…

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Hays Symphony to perform Masterworks Concert

BY CAITLIN LEIKERFeature image from HSO Fall show The Hays Symphony Orchestra will be performing this year’s first Masterworks concert, American Tapestry, this weekend.  According…

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Gamers compete on Madden 23

BY ANTHONY GUERRERO Touchdowns were made in Cunningham Hall on Tuesday after another gaming session of Madden 23. Players met to talk about Madden and…

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Times Talk shines light on COVID-19 in Latin America

BY ANTHONY GUERRERO FHSU Assistant Professor of History Marco Macias and Mathew Rome from the American Democracy Project stopped by the Forsyth Library on Tuesday…

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