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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

Culture

With diverse and unique stories that stretch the boundaries of the logical world, it’s no surprise that the anime platform has grown immensely on Netflix.

Viewers are going otaku for Netflix’s new listings; The increase of anime on Netflix

Skylerr Patterson, Senior Reporter November 20, 2020

Giant statues of anime characters, cosplayers, Pikachu festivals and even stores dedicated to anime is a common factor of daily life in Japan. What many people simply see as a cartoon has shaped a whole...

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Source: Thrillist.com

‘Ragnarok’ comes in hot to climate change discussion

Olivia Spiezio, Senior Reporter February 14, 2020
On January 31, Netflix premiered the Norwegian language series “Ragnarok.” Featuring a cast of characters who are disabled and in the LGBT community, “Ragnarok” tactfully blends teen drama, Norse mythology, and climate change to provide a unique look at a fictional town staring down the barrel of a modern ragnarok.
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Source: LoveToKnow.com

Monsters, myths, and legends of the Lone Star State

December 6, 2019

In a place as old and historic as Texas, myths, legend, and folklore are bound to become a part of the culture of the area. Texas and the American Southwest have a variety of legends entrenched in the...

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The Multicultural Center's lounge has multiple chairs, a TV and a bar with a whiteboard for artwork or mathematical equations, Thursday, Dec. 4, 2019.

Multicultural Center brings diversity closer to the students

Jonah Dietz, Senior Reporter December 6, 2019

Those who walked the halls of the Jack B. Kelly Student Center before this fall semester will remember the Apple store between Starbucks and the university bookstore that became a construction site,...

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A decorative wall for photo shoots, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019.

Vietnamese culture night promotes international appreciation

Jonah Dietz, Senior Reporter 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...

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