BY ANTHONY GUERRERO Protests have erupted in major cities in China as Chinese citizens take a stance against government restrictions over COVID-19. Protesters use a…View More China loosens its grip as citizens protest tough COVID policies
BY KERRIGAN HUTTON The class of 2020 had their senior year of high school cut short and their first year of college altered dramatically. How…View More VIDEO – Two Years Later: How the Class of 2020 continues to adjust to COVID
BY PRESTON BURROWS With students’ return to campus for the spring semester, COVID-19 is still a concern with the newest variant – Omicron. This variant…View More COVID-19 in ’22: Understanding Omicron
BY CORIE LYNN Growth has been FHSU’s mindset over the last few years. The campus has grown as new buildings spring up. The student population…View More FHSU enrollment is down: so what is next?
BY RAEGAN NEUFELD Over the last 16 years, more than 240,000 rides were given to students and community members through the transportation service Safe Ride.…View More What Will Replace Safe Ride?
BY CASANDRA GIBSON VIDEO BY JUSTIN SABATA & DANZEL MAJOR As the 2021-22 Fort Hays State University school year is underway, there are several questions…View More FHSU Fall 2021 COVID-19 update
VIDEO BY JUSTIN SABATA & DANZEL MAJOR Tiger Media Network and KFHS Radio took to the “streets” of campus to talk to Fort Hays State…View More VIDEO: FHSU students discuss vaccine incentive program
BY JOHN CARTER JR Fort Hays State University announced on Friday they will be offering a $400 voluntary vaccine incentive program to faculty, staff and…View More FHSU Offers monetary vaccine incentive to students and employees
CAPTION: Gov. Laura Kelly talks with FHSU President Tisa Mason and Hays Mayor Sandy Jacobs after a visit to Albertson and Stroup Halls. BY CAYDEN…View More Gov. Kelly meets with Fort Hays health programs
BY GRANT ROWLEY Earlier this month, an email was sent to Fort Hays State University students and staff relating to campus mask and social distancing…View More What FHSU students can expect in the fall regarding COVID procedures