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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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FHSU Issues Statement Regarding DACA

FHSU Interim President Dr. Andy Tompkins issued a statement on Tuesday, September 5th, 2017 regarding President Trump’s ending of the DACA program that started under the Obama Administration. From: Dr. Andy Tompkins Sent: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 4:38 PM To: Notification Allstudent Listserv <fhsu-notification@listserv.fhsu.edu> Subject: Message from President Tompkins Dear Students, We are disappointed in today’s decision regarding DACA… 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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President Trump On The Issues

Many in the public and the media are saying that President Trump is a “loose canon”, he’s unpredictable, and no one knows his next move.  For the sake of cutting through the fog and maintaining accountability, we have archived Trump’s campaign promises. The following is a record of Trump’s campaign policies and promises, as stated… 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

FHSU Safe Space Voices Concerns over Trump Presidency, Marginalization

FHSU Safe Space Voices Concerns over Trump Presidency, Marginalization

Video Reporting By Braden Wiesen / Written By Richard Kerr Nearly a month after President-elect Donald Trump’s acceptance speech to take over the highest office in American politics, some students at Fort Hays State University are voicing concerns over their future. “The second I heard that Trump is our President-elect, I immediately thought wow, I… Continue

The Leader Polls Show Trump Winning Big In Debate
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The Leader Polls Show Trump Won Big For Western Kansas In Presidential Debate

The Leader polled our twitter audience last night to see who our audience thought won last night’s first presidential debate. The results are currently contradicting the mainstream media’s consensus that Clinton won the debate without question. Who do you think is winning the debate? — TheLeaderDigital (@TheLeaderUS) September 27, 2016 Perhaps our millennial audience still… Continue

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How Trump is Winning Over Blue Collar America

By: Kelssi Williams Political aficionados across America are all wondering the same thing about our 2016 Presidential race: How is Trump in this? This Presidential campaign has not been like any other in history.  A complete political outsider is the Republican presidential candidate.  History is being made right in front of us, but everyone’s question is… 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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