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

The PRAIRIE

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

The PRAIRIE

Art

Ray McNiece poetry night at West Texas A&M University, Nov. 3 7:00 pm (Photo taken by Hannah Valencia)

Interview with Dr. Meljac, poetry performance night

Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter November 9, 2021

The following interview discusses the Patterson Poetry series and the Ray McNiece poetry night that occured on Nov. 3, 7:00 p.m. at Legacy Hall on the West Texas A&M University campus. Question:...

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Poetry: A vehicle for deep empathy

Hannah Valencia, Senior Reporter October 15, 2021

There are many forms of artistic expression, including music, dance, painting and poetry. Artistic expression is a great way to express emotions, but also to promote understanding between people. According...

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You on the Moors Now play exploring classical women as seen through a modern lens.

WT Theatre You on the Moors Now

Victoria Fatiregun, Senior Reporter September 21, 2021

The opening night for “You on the Moors” was at the Branding Iron Theatre on the West Texas A&M University campus on Sept.17 at 7:30 p.m. The play is a look into women in literature, taking a look...

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Jessica Persons 31 eyes piece in the mens bathroom of Mary Moody Northen Hall.

In the eyes of the artist

Skylerr Patterson, Senior Reporter October 15, 2020

Art is more than a hobby. Art is essential to human life, especially for West Texas A&M University’s own Jessica Person, a sophomore studio arts major with an emphasis in drawing and sculpture making....

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A portrait of professor Bloom, by Matthew Day.

Student Success Center becomes temporary art gallery

Jonah Dietz, Senior Reporter November 7, 2019

Michelle Blake, assistant director of educational services, walked into the Math Tutoring Center recently to find a portrait of philosophy professor Daniel Bloom drawn on the whiteboard. A speech bubble...

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