August 2016 – The Leader Digital Magazine
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Best Local Restaurants in Hays, Kansas

New to Hays or just traveling through? Don’t worry. I’ve lived in Hays nearly my whole life and have ate at just about every single restaurant, multiple times. The good thing about Hays, Kansas is that there are a bunch of unique places to grab a bite; so even though it seems like you’re in… Continue

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If It Wasn’t For Their Personalities

If it wasn’t for their personalities, both Trump and Clinton would be phenomenal candidates. Seriously. We have two of the most qualified people ever to run for POTUS. Think about it. Hillary Clinton went to Yale Law School, married Bill Clinton and became First Lady of Arkansas followed by First Lady of the United States,… Continue

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How to talk like a milennial

This is your guide to staying “hip” in this generation. If you’re old, don’t use these terms because you’ll sound like an idiot. Just take these terms in so you know what the hell the millennials are talking about. Dab – Dab is a dance move that looks like you’re sneezing into your arm. Gucci… Continue

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Hangover Survival Kit

There are a bunch of different types of hangovers that people get. There are the people that feel like puking all day, some that get a horrible headache/migraine, and then others who just simply sleep until 5:00 in the afternoon. Whichever one you get, it really effects your whole day. Not showing up to class or… Continue

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Sorority Rushing Begins At FHSU

Fort Hays State University Relations HAYS, Kan. – Sorority recruitment events at Fort Hays State University will continue at 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Friday, Aug. 26, in the Memorial Union, Trails Room. The events are come and go, but those interested must attend at least one of the orientations. All events are held in… Continue

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Vigil Held For Man Killed By Hays Police [VIDEO]

A vigil took place Thursday at 8:30 p.m. for Joseph “Joey” Weber, a 36 year old man with autism who was shot two weeks ago in an incident with police. Investigators have released few details about the shooting, and many in Hays are questioning the circumstances of the incident.  The nighttime vigil, however, was focused… Continue

Articles/How To College

Your College Guide to Cheap Booze

Entering into my senior year of college, I’ve had my fair share of drinks. I’ve also been poor all throughout college and had to find ways to get drunk for cheap. I’ve never liked the taste of alcohol either, so I did my research and found a bunch of drinks that hid the taste of… Continue

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