BY CORIE LYNN Recently, the Student Government Association participated in the annual safety walk. Alongside University Police Chief Ed Howell, the executive staff walked the…View More Student senators discuss campus safety
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?
STORY BY TAYLOR SARRATT PHOTOS BY LEONELL POTGIETER AND KACIE TIMMONS There are plenty of daily activities that people stereotype as grueling and painful, most…View More Parking Perdition: Addressing Parking Access on FHSU’s Campus
STORY BY DANIEL SAENZ On February 14th, it was reported that 23-year-old Tre Carrasco was apprehended in Aurora, Colorado. Carrasco was on the run on…View More Community Protocol for Sexual Assault Victims
TMN reporter Kraig Pierce interviews Police Chief Ed Howell about Active Shooter training. With the new conceal and carry policy coming into effect today,…View More FHSU New Conceal and Carry Policy in Effect Today
By: Lexi Kiniston Fort Hays State University held its annual Safety Walk on Oct. 23 to identify any potential safety hazards on campus. The Student…View More Annual Safety Walk sheds light on campus security issues
According to the Hays Police Department, hit-and-run accidents occur almost weekly, and many go unreported. Ron Rounkles, HPD lieutenant, has worked 29 years in patrol,…View More Campus PD, Hays PD say quick reporting is critical to catching hit-and-run drivers
Fort Hays State University received a grant from the Kansas Health Foundation this summer leading to the creation of the Tobacco-Free Task Force, a group…View More Task force evaluates smoking on the FHSU campus