DeVos, education and how she went farther than we thought she would

Savannah Welsey, Features Editor

April 15, 2019

During a hearing before Congress last month, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos was questioned about her suggestions for funding in the U.S. Department of Education. One decision was to cut eighteen million dollars in funding from...

Is the game still relevant?

Alyssa Gonzales, Sports Editor

February 4, 2019

As groups of people gathered together to watch the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots face off in Super Bowl LIII, the question arises: Do people actually care about the game? For some, they get to witness their favor...

Student Press Freedom Appreciation

Savannah Wesley, Features Editor

January 30, 2019

 Everyone is aware of others wanting to express their right to free speech in protests, on social media and in the press however, not everyone might know what that entails. The freedom of speech is often used by those who wish to voice t...

Remember to Relax

Remember to Relax

November 3, 2016

Fear and Loathing in Bathroom Stalls

The Prairie Editorial

April 28, 2016

A disturbing battle is being waged in the legislatures of several states, and in the forum of public opinion. States like North Carolina and Tennessee have taken the spotlight in recent weeks over controversial bills that their...

What Is Body Shaming?

What Is Body Shaming?

April 14, 2016

Spring Break 2016: Be Smart

Editorial Staff

March 9, 2016

Spring break is a fantastic time of the year. It’s that middle of the semester break, where college students can unwind and kind of relax, or work on that project that they’ve put off for some time and catch back up. Some...

Missing Class Can Do More Harm Than You Think.

March 1, 2016

Every student thinks they have a legitimate excuse to miss one day of class at some point during the semester. Or they just have one of those mornings where you wake up and question more than fifty times if you should get ready...

Dr. O’Brien Leaves a Lasting Legacy

Editorial Board

February 28, 2016

Dr. J. Patrick O'Brien made waves around the campus of West Texas A&M Wednesday, Feb. 24, when he announced that after 10 years as president of the university, he would be retiring at the end of the spring semester. O'Brien,...

Voters Should Vote Regardless of Previous Notions

Editorial Board

February 23, 2016

The election season is in full swing, and though this one has been quite eventful thus far, it has stayed relatively consistent with past elections. Candidates are taking their swings at their rivals, coming up with creative ways...