Erik Qualman speaking in a virtual keynote February 23 at 6:00pm

DLS Event: WTAMU hosts best-selling author, Erik Qualman

Jennifer Tuttor, Senior Reporter February 23, 2021

  Best-selling author Erik Qualman hosted a virtual lecture series dubbed, “The power of focus: stepping into your story.” This event, which was held via zoom took place at 6 p.m. on Feb.23,...

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Photo of a Corn hole board with pouches on it

WT Cornhole gaining momentum at the Virgil Henson Activities Center

Jennifer Tuttor, Senior Reporter February 12, 2021

  The current COVID-19 pandemic has sucked the life out of college activities in almost every country worldwide, and West Texas A&M University is no exception. Many sports activities have...

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West Texas A&M proudly sports Buff merch in support of the Lady Buffalo's first home volleyball game of the semester.

West Texas A&M’s Lady Buffs Ace their first home game

Skylerr Patterson and Jennifer Tuttor January 31, 2021

On Wednesday, Jan. 27, the Lady Buffaloes held their first game of the semester. WTAMU defeated Lubbock Christain University Lady Chaps in three sets. Before WTAMU’s victory took place, the team celebrated...

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A picture of a relief program check on the United States' flag

Third stimulus checks on the way: President Joe Biden has promised

Jennifer Tuttor, Senior Reporter January 29, 2021

After his inauguration on Jan. 20, 2021, President Joe Biden has begun making long strides in his quest to relieve a lot of struggling Americans from the money crisis- one lasting effect of the COVID-19...

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Kayla Hernandez, a freshman animal science/pre-vet major, and Alexis Nevarez,  a freshman Biology Pre-dental major wait to donate blood for the first time.

You’re somebody’s type: West Texas A&M’s Blood Drive

Skylerr Patterson, Senior Reporter January 24, 2021

Disasters strike every single day, from car accidents to natural disasters. Cancer patients, children with anemia, women with complications in pregnancy, and trauma victims all have one thing in common;...

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With COVID-19 still a concern, sports have taken a major hit. However, WTAMU's soccer teams are still striving for success.

WTAMU soccer keeps on kicking

Skylerr Patterson, Senior Reporter November 13, 2020

With COVID-19 still a concern, sports have taken a major hit. Seasons have been shortened, games have the chance of being canceled last minute and athletes are having to take extra precautions. The same...

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This is the cover art for Legend 7's album Legend by the artist Legend.

Randy Ray: From bass player to professor

Skylerr Patterson, Senior Reporter November 6, 2020

SRandy Ray, director of broadcast engineering and an associate lecturer of media communication at West Texas A&M University, has been a professor at WTAMU for the past 18 years. Ray has had years of experience...

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WTAMU’s Homecoming
Week took place Oct.19-25.

West Texas A&M University’s Homecoming Week 2020

Skylerr Patterson, Senior Reporter October 30, 2020

Homecoming has been a tradition for many colleges to look forward to. It is a time to come together and even to return home. While it seemed uncertain that homecoming would take place once school returned,...

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The West Texas A&M’s  Mass Communication Department hosted a Media Communication Association meeting Thursday, Oct. 15 over zoom.

Media Communication Association Online Event

Skylerr Patterson, Senior Reporter October 23, 2020

The West Texas A&M University’s Media Communication Department hosted a Media Communication Association meeting Thursday, Oct. 15th over Zoom. The event included words from panelists Jill Whitfield,...

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Jessica Person's 31 eyes piece in the men's 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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The WT Theatre Department put on it’s production of “Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play” this past weekend, September 25th and 26th at 7:30pm.

West Texas A&M’s “Vintage Hitchcock” is live and on radio

Skylerr Patterson, Senior Reporter October 2, 2020

With all of the changes that have come with COVID-19, there was much concern for how the performing arts would be affected. Many performance programsartists, including West Texas A&M University’s Theatre...

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With September here, suicide awareness and mental health is being promoted more. September is National Recovery Month, World Suicide Prevention day is September 20, and Suicide Awareness Week is September 6-12.

Suicide Awareness Week

Skylerr Patterson, Senior Reporter September 11, 2020

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among many young adults according to Active Minds Organization. 39% of college students experience a significant mental health issue, 67% of people 18-24 who...

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