Laws and rights of service animals. Courtesy Project Canine

Don’t get put in the doghouse: know the law about service animals at school

Olivia Spiezio, Senior Reporter February 28, 2020

College is a very hard time for anybody attending. Between the vastly increased workload expected academically, living away from home for the first time and most students beginning to have ‘adult’...

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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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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...

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A screening of the documentary,

Diversity week asks: Won’t you be a neighbor?

Jonah Dietz, Senior Reporter September 27, 2019

The Office for Diversity and Inclusion hosted a viewing of “Won’t You Be My Neighbor”, Morgan Neville’s critically acclaimed documentary on famous children’s television star Fred Rogers, at the...

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