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Vietnamese culture night promotes international appreciation

Vietnamese culture night promotes international appreciation

November 22, 2019

West Texas A&M University’s Vietnamese Culture Night took place Thursday, Nov. 21, in the Jack B. Kelly Student Center’s Legacy Hall. The Vietnamese Student Association hosts the event every year in hopes of treating as many WTAMU students...

Farewell to Stafford Hall

Farewell to Stafford Hall

November 15, 2019

Stafford Hall, one of West Texas A&M University’s oldest residence halls, which has housed over fifty years of WTAMU students, is being demolished. This supposedly haunted building, that was opened in 1936, has had a prominent position in the...

F1RSTGEN Banquet celebrates students, community

November 8, 2019

West Texas A&M University’s F1RSTGEN organization held their first annual banquet honoring first-generation college students on Thursday in Jack B. Kelly Legacy Hall. According to their page on the WT website, F1RSTGEN is a student-led organization...

Young christians denounce doctrine of the street preacher

Young christians denounce doctrine of the street preacher

November 7, 2019

  West Texas A&M University students gathered across the Buffalo Fountain around 12 p.m. on Wednesday at the Barbara Kerr Vaughn  pedestrian mall to confront with a street preacher affiliated with the ministry, Cross Country Evangelism....

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Multicultural Center brings diversity closer to the students

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Tailgating on campus gives students a  new opportunity to get involved on campus

Tailgating on campus gives students a new opportunity to get involved on campus

November 25, 2019

As the first football season ever to be played on West Texas A&M University campus came to a close Saturday afternoon, students talked about their tailgating experience this year.   Tailgating is more than just another event on campus. For some,...

The process of the Nationally Competitive Scholarships

The process of the Nationally Competitive Scholarships

November 25, 2019

The Nationally Competitive Scholarships, also known as “fellowships”, are highly known as being one of the most competitive and prestigious awards, based on merit, available to students both graduate and undergrad. Some may compare this scholarship...

Dr. Kevin Pond holds public Q&A to discuss renovations coming to the Natural Science building

Dr. Kevin Pond holds public Q&A to discuss renovations coming to the Natural Science building

November 25, 2019

Within the past year West Texas A&M has added a major addition to its campus, a brand new stadium located conveniently on campus. Last week Dr. Kevin Pond, Dean of the Paul Engler College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, led a student Q&A,...

Buffs give back for the holidays

Buffs give back for the holidays

November 21, 2019

With the holidays fast approaching many think of giving back. For this West Texas A&M organization, volunteers, students, and help from the Amarillo food bank work to put the local food pantry together. The pantry is open from 1-5pm on Fridays...

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Is Chick-fil-A changing their tune?

Savannah Wesley, Editor-in-Chief | December 3, 2019

Everyone loves a good spicy chicken sandwich, especially those of us here at West Texas A&M University who often frequent the Chick-fil-A satellite in the Jack B. Kelly Student Center. Chick-fil-A recently announced their discontinuation of donations to the Salvation Army and Fellowship of Christian Athletes and focus more of their charity work to organizations that focus on “education, homelessness...

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