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Women’s Leadership Project and Defense Tactics Club to offer free self-defense class

Fort Hays State University’s Women’s Leadership project and the Defense Tactics Club have partnered up to host a free self-defense workshop from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 10, in Cunningham Hall, room 110, on the FHSU campus. go to Article >

Military Keynesianism Marches On

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Military Keynesianism Marches On Authored by Joan Roelofs via, Our elected representatives do not have to be bribed with campaign contributions from weapons makers to support the Department of Defense budget. They... read more

An Epic Update on Collegiate Esports

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Blog:  Student Affairs and Technology “Esports is organized team-based, multiplayer online video gaming. Competitions among collegiate teams and professionals can take place in arenas in front of large audiences, and are streamed on the... read more

10 best bets for over and under Vegas NFL win totals in 2019

123 Days ago Sports Source:

It’s win total time! Our experts offer up their favorite overs and unders for 2019. The NFL has wrapped up offseason workout programs, which means we are now awaiting training camp and the start of the road to Super Bowl 54. The close of spring... read more

Wrestling breakdown: J’den Cox vs. Bo Nickal match analysis

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Breaking down 2018 World champion J’den Cox’s two-match sweep over three-time NCAA champion Bo Nickal at Final X: Rutgers Freestyle wrestling season is in full swing, and the first half of the USA World team wrestle-offs has concluded. Final X:... read more

Should anyone actually want to be the Jets’ GM?

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New York’s looking for a new general manager — but is the opening an opportunity or a crisis? Less than a month after allowing him to make the Jets’ selections at the 2019 NFL Draft, general manager Mike Maccagnan is out. Now the once-quiet... read more

Harvard Basketball's Unlikely MVP

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Justin Bassey Harvard Basketball's Unlikely MVP David L. Tannenwald Harvard Basketball's Unlikely MVP Justin Bassey In the summer of 2017, men’s basketball assistant coach Brian Eskildsen was on vacation in Rome, eating a gelato, when... read more