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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

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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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The Leader Begins: Escaping the Thought Police

I’ve always been skeptical of authority Growing up inside a Parochial school system caused me to question my beliefs to the point of existential and philosophical angst. I had existed in an echo chamber for so long… how could I be sure that my worldview was right? I remember watching Bill Maher’s Religulous in the basement… Continue

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Freshmen Seminar Part 1: How to drink in the dorms like a pro

Welcome to The Leader Freshmen Seminar.  We know you freshmen are undergoing a huge transition in your lives, and we’d like to soften the blow by giving you everything you need to know, that your actual freshmen seminar class won’t teach you.  Check into theleader.us every Tuesday morning as we continue the freshmen seminar series throughout the semester.  Like… Continue

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An Ode to the Humble Part 1

Fort Hays State University Digital Cinema graduate student Tyler Parks had a busy year. Between producing Tiger Sports Network broadcasts and taking graduate level classes, Parks worked on directing a documentary that tells the story of FHSU guard Craig Nicholson, one of the school’s greatest true freshmen to go through the program. Parks traces Nicholson’s career… Continue

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8 Ways to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

Saving energy is not only good for the environment, but it’s also good for your wallet. You can save hundreds of dollars a year by making your home more energy efficient. There are plenty of ways to reduce your impact on the environment and many of them are cheap (Some local governments give rebates or… Continue

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FHSU President Condemns Instagram Photo Controversy, Changes Conduct Policies

The following is a statement released via Facebook on the FHSU Page by Mirta Marti, president of Fort Hays State University, in regards to the recent Instagram post involving a sign reading “Freshman Daughter Drop-Off”. Martin ominously cites the “FHSU Honor Code“, which doesn’t currently exist on the FHSU website at the time of her announcement (see screenshot below).  Previously,… Continue

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