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Science Cafe is Back!

Science Cafe is Back!

The acclaimed series on science and mathematics is back, July 16th 7:00 pm! Science Cafe is excellent opportunity to experience the vibrant downtown culture in Hays, while learning something a… Read more »

This Day In History — Battle of Little Big Horn Occurs

This Day In History — Battle of Little Big Horn Occurs

June 25 1788 Virginia became the 10th state in the Union. 1876 Lt. Col. George A. Custer and all his men were killed by Sioux and Cheyanne Indians at the… Read more »

This Day In History — Extraterrestrial Encounters

This Day In History — Extraterrestrial Encounters

June 24 1509 Henry VIII was crowned king of England. 1647 Early American feminist Margaret Brent demanded a seat and vote in the Maryland Assembly but was ejected from that… Read more »

Death Häus Presents: Psychedelic Metal, the Underground Sub-Genre You Might be Missing

Death Häus Presents: Psychedelic Metal, the Underground Sub-Genre You Might be Missing

If you’re an avid listener of Death Häus (who isn’t??) then you might remember the April’s special “Definitely not Stoner Rock Night.” We thought to ourselves “Hey, those are some… Read more »

This Day In History — The Beginning of the End for Nixon

This Day In History — The Beginning of the End for Nixon

June 23 1868 Christopher Latham Sholes received a patent for an invention he called a ”Type-Writer.” 1947 The Senate overrode President Truman’s veto of the Taft-Hartley Act. 1969 Warren Burger… Read more »

FHSU Grad Lives For History

FHSU Grad Lives For History

Courtesy of Fort Hays State University Relations and Marketing  By Randy Gonzales HAYS, Kan. — Even though he was living half a continent away in the Pacific Northwest, Andrew Demko… Read more »

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