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WT Debate Watch

Melanie Garcia, Junior Reporter, News Production Coordinator October 9, 2022

Texas Governor debate watch was hosted by The Prairie News and The Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities to inform West Texas A&M students about their future governor. “It's...

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Madelyn Eatley and Marcus Rogers visit with Beto while throwing the Buff hand sign at an event in Lubbock for expanding voting rights in the summer of 2021.

Beto O’Rourke expected to announce candidacy

Marcus Rogers, Reporter October 7, 2021

One of the faces of the Democratic voters in the vastly growing Texas, Robert “Beto” O’Rourke, is expected to run for governor against Republican Greg Abbott in the 2022 gubernatorial election. In...

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Davis is strong on education and women’s rights

Davis is strong on education and women’s rights

Preston Thomas October 29, 2014

Ed. Note: Written with the help of Russell Sanderson and Tyler Anderson   The name of Wendy Davis, a state senator from Fort Worth, quickly became recognized across Texas during the summer of...

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Local. Art by Chris Brockman.

Outdoor Pursuits adds adventure to WT

Tyler Anderson April 29, 2014

Located at the Virgil Henson Activities Center on the campus of West Texas A&M, the Office of Recreational Sports houses more than just intramurals and oversight of the amenities that the building...

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Local. Art by Chris Brockman.

Women of the West exhibit opening soon

Laci McGee April 29, 2014

On April 25, the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum had a reception to celebrate the museum wide gallery opening dedicated to Women in the West. There are six galleries dedicated to this exhibit,...

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Photo courtesy of Jenessa Hauschildt. Soloist Rachel Clark performs her solo “Crazy in Love.”

Dance Academy starts competition team

Jose Robledo April 29, 2014

The West Texas A&M University Dance Department is home to the WTAMU Dance Academy. This past year the Dance Academy started its first ever competition team that has flourished through the Dance...

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The poster for Traveling Through Tales.

Traveling Through Tales bring stories to WT

Jasmin Ruiz, Reporter April 29, 2014

When students think of storytelling, they think about being in kindergarten again sitting in a circle with classmates while a teacher reads to them out loud. But the Communication Department at West...

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Chad Odufuwa, Jeffrey Fortner, Lane Wilson. Courtesy of Laura Wilbanks.

Grade schoolers battle arsenic in water

Cheyenne Black April 22, 2014

While most people tend to think that the tap water they are drinking is relatively safe and contains no chemicals, it wasn’t the case for the townspeople in Whiteface, Texas. “The project started...

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Local. Art by Chris Brockman.

WT’s scholarships for summer classes

BJ Brittain April 22, 2014

It is a well-known fact that a college education is expensive. It is common to hear conversations about the subject anytime on campus. When it comes to paying for summer classes, the situation is very...

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Local. Art by Chris Brockman.

WT participates in Global News Relay

Cheyenne Black April 1, 2014

“I know they will be proud to say they participated in this global event that only three universities in the entire United States were a part of,” George Lozano, senior Advertising and Public Relations...

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Local. Art by Chris Brockman.

Cloned calves progressing naturally

Cheyenne Black March 4, 2014

For the world of science, cloning has been one of the many things that has slowly started to become a hurdle that only the brave dare to jump. Ty Lawrence of the WTAMU agricultural department and Dr....

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Local. Art by Chris Brockman.

WTAMU proposes tuition and fee increase

Alyssa Bonner February 25, 2014

West Texas A&M University is proposing tuition and fee increases that could go into effect next fall with approval from the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. The public hearings...

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