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FHSU Student Government Votes To Raise Student Fee

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The Student Government Association (SGA) voted on key legislation Thursday night April 6 after assessing current student fees at Fort Hays State University. Proposed changes to student fees and funding will be placed on the ballot this week, as students cast votes for uncontested student body leadership as well as SGA senators who are up for…

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[WATCH] Why FHSU Student Media Is In Danger of Losing Editorial Freedom

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Last Thursday April 6, The Student Government Association of Fort Hays State University unanimously approved legislation denying Tiger Media Network their request to increase their student fee. While this decision will keep TMN’s funding levels the same, it will also continue to keep student media dependent on FHSU administration, particularly the President’s Office, for a…

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Coach Boone Coming to FHSU on Tuesday, March 14th

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Fort Hays State University and the Center for Civic Leadership will be hosting an event with special guest speaker Coach Herman Boone, the famous coach from the popular Disney movie, Remember the Titans. The event will take place on Tuesday, March 14th at 6:00 PM at the Beach Schmidt Performing Arts Center. It is free…

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FHSU Issues Response To President Trump’s Immigration Ban

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FHSU Director of University Relations and Marketing Lisa Karlin issued a statement this Tuesday on President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning entry to the United States from seven countries. From: Lisa Karlin Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 11:38 AM To: Faculty <faculty@fhsu.edu>; Staff <Staff@fhsu.edu> Subject: FHSU statement on President Trump’s executive order Fort Hays State…

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Kansas Police Chief Responds To Trump’s Executive Order On Immigration

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President Donald Trump signed two executive orders Wednesday, following through on campaign promises to “end” the nearly 300 sanctuary city communities with policies that help shield undocumented immigrants from deportation. Trump vowed to “crack down” on those cities during a visit to the Department of Homeland Security. Local and state leaders around the country have…

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Possible Classification Changes For Wichita Area Private Schools

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A recent Wichita Eagle article claimed that private schools champion a “disproportionate amount of success compared to their public-school peers”. Analysis within The Eagle article reveals that 39.2 percent of State championships since 2007 have been won by private schools. Critics of private school success are calling for a Kansas statute to be reworded and passed…

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2016: The Year of Celebrity Worship

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Do you ever ask yourself why you care so much about these people you have never met and never will? How their deaths can ruin your day or their election make you want to protest in the street? Did you find it odd that Kanye West went from being hospitalized for a mental breakdown to…

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Brandon Towery Documentary Airs This Friday

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A screening for #LegendsNeverDie will take place this Friday, December 16th at 2 p.m. on the campus of Fort Hays State University, just in time for the Hays socialite and social media celebrity Brandon Towery’s Birthday. Towery died unexpectedly on February 15, 2016 due to a blood clot passing through his heart. “He was somebody…

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