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Serving the West Texas A&M University community since 1919.

The PRAIRIE

Agriculture is Diversity
Marcus Rogers, Editor-in-Chief • September 14, 2022

Throughout the 21st century, American society has progressed leaps and bounds more inclusively and diversely when compared to...

Behind the major with Emma Smith: Faith as the driving force for life
Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter, Associate Editor • September 14, 2022

Emma Smith, a social sciences major, focuses on her relationship with Christ as the driving force for her decisions. As a social...

Brian Enevoldsen, the managing director of the WT Enterprise Center, shares information about the Enterprize challenge in his office after a recent orientation.
Local businesses compete for a share of $500,000
Marcus Rogers, Editor-in-Chief • September 21, 2022

The Enterprize Challenge is a competition that gives local businesses a chance...

iPhone 8 and later iPhones will receive the iOS 16 update, bringing lock screen customization.
Apple updates product line with safety in mind
Blass Guerrero, Senior Reporter • September 19, 2022

On Sep. 7th, Apple announced new updates to the Apple Watch, Airpods Pro and...

Amarillo runs on Coffee
Amarillo runs on Coffee
Marcus Rogers, Editor-in-Chief • September 12, 2022

The Amarillo Metro area includes 264,345 people and yet there are over 38 coffee...

The Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games has come to a close
The Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games has come to a close
Jennifer Tuttor, Assistant Editor • February 26, 2022

The Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games ended on Feb. 20 and the U.S. is not as excited about their performances compared to the...

OP/ED Sports and how it has been gendered
OP/ED Sports and how it has been gendered
Jennifer Tuttor, Assistant Editor • January 21, 2022

  Several centuries ago, sports was primarily known as the forte of men, according to Britannica. Women in Ancient Greece...

WT students and Brianna Jarrett, a mix of skiers and snowboarders, throw up the Buffs hand sign after an enjoyable trip at Wolf Creek Ski area, Pagosa Springs,CO.
WT Rec Sports gives students the opportunity to try winter sports
Marcus Rogers, Editor-in-Chief • January 18, 2022

During winter break, West Texas A&M University students visited the close by Rocky Mountains for the winter sports of skiing...

WTAMU marked game ball
WTAMU ends football season in a win
Jarrod Murray, Junior Reporter • November 24, 2021

The West Texas A&M University Buffaloes season concluded against ranked National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics...

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‘Don’t Worry Darling’ the fiasco of pop culture
Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter, Associate Editor • September 21, 2022

According to a post by @bestofpugh on Twitter, filming for ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ began on Oct. 26, 2020. The film stars Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, Nick Kroll and Chris Pine. The focus of the fiasco centers around Styles, Pine, Pugh and Wilde. The ‘Rumor Mill’ by W...

The Song of Achilles: Fate, love and glory
'The Song of Achilles': Fate, love and glory
Filiberto Avila April 10, 2022

If you were looking for a retell of one of the greatest stories in Greek mythology, there are countless options. Paris and his...

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Book and movie review: 'Redeeming Love'
Kaylee Jo Neeley, Social Media and Website Manager • April 7, 2022

The story that is “Redeeming Love,” written by Francine Rivers, was published in 1991. 31 years later, it hit theaters worldwide,...

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Book review: 'The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue'
Kaylee Jo Neeley, Social Media and Website Manager • March 3, 2022

“The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue” is a historical fantasy novel that begins in the year 1714. The character of Adeline “Addie”...

Here lies the ‘Stranger Things’
Here lies the ‘Stranger Things’
Marcus Rogers, Editor-in-Chief • March 1, 2022

Perhaps one of Netflix's most successful shows, “Stranger Things” had an official release date drop for its fourth installment. Netflix...

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Food deserts in the Panhandle area, 2005-2022
Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter, Associate Editor • September 24, 2022

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) the Texas Panhandle had 58 counties that had a lack of access to fresh food in 2005, but currently there are still...

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Faculty arts show, “how we spent our summer"
Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter, Associate Editor • September 9, 2022

On Sept.1, the exhibition for “how we spent our summer” went live at the Dord Fitz Formal Gallery located in Mary Moody Northen Hall. Until Sept. 27, the exhibition will...

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Say Hello to a new Fresh way to cook
Blass Guerrero, Senior Reporter • September 7, 2022

As college students, it's challenging to find time and figure out what to cook every day. Most students...

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Internationally touring troupe explore serious topics through clowning
Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter, Associate Editor • September 5, 2022

Trigger warning. On Aug. 26 at 7:30 p.m. “Women from Mars” showcased in the Branding Iron Theatre...

Students frustrated by parking situation during football season
Students frustrated by parking situation during football season
Lexi Schaben, Karree Belmares, Cris Kelly, Sydnee Baten, Nayeli Soto, JoLina Lopez, Corrin Davis, Michael Kidd, Jayden Moss, Kierlin Garza, Augustine Galvan, Jeanine Fabbri, and Filiberto Avila September 2, 2022

As the citizens of Canyon prepare for the first football game of the season, the residents of Jarrett...