First year students get ‘world ready’ experience in Barbados
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First year students get ‘world ready’ experience in Barbados

Over 30 FHSU freshmen and 4 faculty leaders traveled to the small Caribbean island of Barbados to take their knowledge from the classroom and apply…

Paul Davis in Hays on Sunday
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Paul Davis in Hays on Sunday

Democratic candidate for the Kansas Governor, Paul Davis will be making his way to Hays, KS this weekend for a community meet and greet Sunday,…

10 perks for fhsu tigers
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10 perks for fhsu tigers

Are students really utilizing everything Fort Hays State University has to offer? From discounts to various services, and benefits, Fort Hays students really can become…

Wawona Packing Company recalls peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots
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Wawona Packing Company recalls peaches, nectarines, plums and pluots

Wawona Packing Company of Cutler, California is voluntarily recalling certain lots of whole peaches (white and yellow), nectarines (white and yellow), plums and pluots packed…

FHSU mourns passing of retired art professor
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FHSU mourns passing of retired art professor

John C. Thorns, Jr., a retired professor of art at Fort Hays State University and chair of the art department, passed away Tuesday, July 15,…

Tiger Impact aims to prepare incoming fhsu students
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Tiger Impact aims to prepare incoming fhsu students

The school year is approaching fast and it is safe to say that no one is more nervous and excited than the new incoming students,…

Where is TMN?
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Where is TMN?

The Tiger Media Network is currently moving from the Center for Media Studies, formerly known as Heather Hall, to the brand new Center for Networked…

Alpha Gamma Delta house gets a facelift
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Alpha Gamma Delta house gets a facelift

The Epsilon Mu chapter house of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority at Fort Hays State University recently updated their front lawn’s landscaping as a part of…

Virtual and Pre-historic collide in new exhibit at Sternberg Museum of Natural History
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Virtual and Pre-historic collide in new exhibit at Sternberg Museum of Natural History

Looking down from above the trees, you see a plant-eater. From a T-Rex’s vantage point, he looks like lunch, and that is what he becomes….

Twenty incoming students to take part in annual extended orientation
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Twenty incoming students to take part in annual extended orientation

Twenty incoming first-year students will participate in the Golden Beginnings extended orientation program held July 24 through July 26 on the Fort Hays State University…