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Spring 2000 LDRS 310 Projects:

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Chestnut Street District Web Development

Team Members:
Thomas Bremenkamp, Chris Copelan, Jason Penka, Amy Ratliff

Mission Statement:
It is the mission of the CSD web development team to create an enticing, user friendly web site that will attract residents and visitors to the newly renovated Chestnut Street District, in downtown Hays, Kansas. Through the use of web-cams, virtual tours, and photo galleries, visitors to the site will be able to visualize the opportunities available to them.

The Bad Bookstore

Team Members:
Tara Augustine, Brooke McAfee, Cindy Steiner

Mission Statement:
Our mission is to create a bookstore for students that is financially beneficial. This would be a student-run bookstore that is student-focused, less expensive than the University and Corner Bookstores, and more efficient. It would also be an organized and collaborative bookstore focused on benefiting both students and faculty at Fort Hays State University. The bookstore will provide greater opportunities for increased employment options on campus and extended hours of operation that would allow students to shop for merchandise on evenings and weekends.

Coffee Shop Project

Team Members:
Tracy Hemberger, Jackie Leiker, Allen Moore, Heather Ney

Mission Statement:
Our mission was to set up a coffee shop in the basement of Custer Hall, the Tiger’s Den. Our coffee shop would be a comfortable place for students to come and socialize, while studying for classes and sipping on coffee or some other beverage. We would encourage students and faculty to take a break from the stress of classes or jobs and relax while listening to mellow music and meeting new people. This place would be an alternative to underage students drinking alcohol as well because the coffee shop would have extended hours, maybe even open 24 hours, 7 days a week.

 

 

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