Since 1919

The Prairie News

Since 1919

The Prairie News

Since 1919

The Prairie News

Carson Bradley

Carson Bradley, Junior Reporter

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The trials and tribulations of buying Blink-182 tickets

November 10, 2022

It’s easy to say that this last month has been an excellent time to be a Blink-182 fan. On October 11th, 2022, founding member, Tom DeLonge announced that he was returning to the band, after leaving...

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Editorial: Guidelines for WT persons publishing an Opinion piece

Editorial: Guidelines for WT persons publishing an Opinion piece

November 1, 2022

Here at The Prairie News, we are the oldest organization on the campus of West Texas A&M University. We are a student-run workplace to help inform students and the WT community about the happenings...

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[Video] It’s time for HALLOWEEN to END

October 30, 2022

Halloween is coming up, and with that, comes  A series of now thirteen films with the release of Halloween Ends on October 13th, 2022. With this new film, it has become even more apparent that 45 years...

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Whataburgers iconic table tents, number 22, sits in the Prairie Newsroom.

[Video] Students’ thoughts about a Canyon Whataburger

October 26, 2022

Several social media graphics and rumors around town say that a Whataburger is coming to Canyon. The claims state that Whataburger is moving into the space on 23rd ave. at the location of the now-closed...

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[Video] The New KWTS

October 18, 2022

KWTS, The One 91.1 FM “The station for your generation.” The name and slogan of West Texas A&M University’s own student-run radio station. Using 100 watts to air only throughout the campus when...

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The process of the Nationally Competitive Scholarships

The process of the Nationally Competitive Scholarships

November 25, 2019

The Nationally Competitive Scholarships, also known as “fellowships”, are highly known as being one of the most competitive and prestigious awards, based on merit, available to students both graduate...

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Sign that explains the history of the building.

Rocks and a “bunch” of clay

October 28, 2019

Have you ever passed by a quite unique building on campus? Unique in that it doesn’t look like any other building here, it may look like it’s made of “rocks and a bunch of clay” as West Texas...

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