Proposed CAHSS reorganization sparks conversation across campus

BY RAEGAN NEUFELD Two weeks ago, Fort Hays State University Provost Jill Arensdorf proposed a possible reorganized administration structure for the College of Arts, Humanities…

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Faculty and students honored at annual awards ceremony

BY RAEGAN NEUFELD The annual Torch, Pilot, and Lighthouse Awards were presented on Tuesday morning in the Memorial Union Atrium. A number of faculty, students,…

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State Treasurer visits FHSU campus

BY RAEGAN NEUFELD Kansas State Treasurer Lynn Rogers visited FHSU on Wednesday and gave a presentation to students about his job in the state government.…

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Special Olympics Kansas returns to Hays on Saturday

BY RAEGAN NEUFELD Founded nationally by Eunice Kennedy Shriver in 1968, the Special Olympics has the mission of providing “Olympic-type sports for children and adults…

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What It Takes To Be a Tiger: For the Love of Basketball

BY LAURYN BECKERPHOTOS PROVIDED BY KATIE WAGNER It’s another year and another semester at Fort Hays State, which means more looks behind the scenes of…

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Kansas Startup offers entrepreneurial opportunity at FHSU

BY RAEGAN NEUFELD Since 2013, the Robbins College of Business and Entrepreneurship has hosted Kansas Startup, a competition where students can turn their innovative ideas…

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What It Takes To Be A Tiger: How Save the Kids is helping youth in the community

STORY BY LAURYN BECKER Photos Courtesy Ryan Jensen One quote that comes to mind when thinking of Fort Hays Student, Ryan Jensen is “you get…

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Vaccine still voluntary for FHSU employees

BY CORIE LYNN Whether an individual has chosen to take it or not, the COVID-19 vaccine has been available for months. FHSU has encouraged its…

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SGA discusses possibility of trial recycling program

BY CORIE LYNN A consistent method of recycling for students has long been an issue on the FHSU campus. At the Student Government Association’s meeting…

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FHSU enrollment is down: so what is next?

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…

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