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FHSU Football Ranked No. 21

The Fort Hays State University football team earned a spot in the Top-25 AFCA Coaches Poll on Monday, sitting at No. 21. This was their first time being ranked in the AFCA (American Football Coaches Association) Coaches Poll since it’s beginning in 2000. The Tigers earned this position after beating the then No. 13 team… Continue

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FHSU Alumni Shares DACA Experience After Repeal

On September 5th, 2017, President Trump announced that he and his administration were starting the process of ending DACA, and that congress would have a six-month time frame to come up with a replacement. This was followed by outrage on social media, with millions of people coming out against the President’s Actions. Included in the… Continue

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Wiest Hall Begins Demolition

After nearly 56 years of providing a home for students, demolition was started on Wiest Hall on August 3oth, 2017. Students lined the side walk behind Wiest to watch the building come down. Before any physical destruction started, asbestos abatement had to be done first. Contractors demolished the building by a wrecking ball instead of… Continue

Trump Calls For New Deal On Climate Control To Put America First
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Trump Calls For “New Deal” On Climate Control To Put America First

No Deal Or New Deal? President Donald Trump announced the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris Agreement this afternoon on the White House lawn.  He called for a “new deal” that is more fair to the US economy, the latest symbolic move to reinstate national sovereignty amidst a globalized world. The current agreement places restrictions on… Continue

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FHSU Media Students Partner with Hays Brewery

As the year draws to a close, students everywhere rush to prepare for finals. For Information Networking and Telecommunications majors at Fort Hays State University completing their Capstone class, this means polishing Convocation presentations. The INF 490 Capstone Seminar students set out at the beginning of the semester to employ the skills they learn in… Continue

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FHSU Student Government Votes To Raise Student Fee

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… Continue

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Coach Boone Coming to FHSU on Tuesday, March 14th

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… Continue

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FHSU Issues Response to Mumps Outbreak

In the Daily Student Announcements Thursday, FHSU issued the following response to managing outbreaks on campus, including mumps and influenza. MANAGING DISEASE OUTBREAKS ON CAMPUS – MUMPS AND INFLUENZA A high school student in Colby was recently diagnosed with mumps and the disease has been diagnosed in other parts of Kansas.  Cases of influenza also… Continue

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FHSU Issues Response To President Trump’s Immigration Ban

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… Continue

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

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… Continue

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