Speech honors hosts debaters from Europe

David Meraz

October 19, 2010

Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Honor Society will host the United Kingdom Debaters on Oct. 20. Members from WTAMU Forensics Team will be paired up with the British debaters to compete that night. Visiting from the United...

WTAMU performs opera classics

Han Hsu

October 19, 2010

Next Saturday and Sunday WTAMU community will have the unique opportunity to see famous pieces such as La Boheme and Barber of Seville performed by WT music majors. This is an annual student oriented musical event. At least...

Freedom Concert: Money for invisible children

Katelyn Garrity

October 19, 2010

WTAMU’s United Nations Student Alliance hosted the second annual Freedom Concert to raise money for the Invisible Children of Uganda. Edward Akinyemi, the president of UNSA, said he felt the concert was a success because...

Music for thought

Stephanie Williams

September 15, 2010

“Tuesday’s at the Tank” invites students to enjoy their in-between class times at lunch on Tuesdays outside with some special acts. Chance Haugen, who is in charge of Tuesdays at the Tank, said the idea came from a similar...

‘Girls night out’ at Mary Moody

Maria Molina

September 15, 2010

­­On September 12, , WTAMU’s music department presented a program by Clara Schumann and Cécile Chaminade. The soprano Kerry Walters, teacher at Bradley University in Illinois, joined Assistant Professor at WTAMU, Dr. Denise...

Area hotspots

Dino Griego

September 9, 2010

Every year, the same question circulates around campus: what is there to do in the Canyon/Amarillo area? Well, with such a rich culture and historic community, the sky is the limit when it comes to the Panhandle. Whether visiting...