Geeking Out 1 – All About Jojo

Plus INT Logo (Web Version). Art by Chris Brockman.

Plus INT Logo (Web Version). Art by Chris Brockman.

For show notes on this episode, click here!

SPOILERS for Shin Megami Tensei I and Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure!

For the first Geeking Out episode, Preston and Gabe fanboy out about Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure and all of the Shin Megami Tensei series hitting the Playstation Store (plus iOS for some games). They also chat a little about Bloodborne, Sword Art Online and future plans for Plus INT.

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Plus INT Geeking Out #1: Show Notes

Want to listen to the episode? Click here! This episode was recorded on September 8, 2014. This episode is 16.2 MB. This episode is 35 minutes long. This episode uses the songs The Journalist (live) and Yellow Dust by Rolemusic. This track was found on Free Music Archive and is used under a Creative Commons…

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The Music Note, Ep. 1

The music show is now here! In this week’s episode we talk about André 3000, Bob Dylan and Taylor Swift. What local shows are coming to the Amarillo/Canyon area? We tell you that too! Hosts Ink and Dani tell you what song they’re obsessed with this week and we would love for you to come on…

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Plus INT #32 Show Notes

Want to listen to the episode? Click here! This episode was recorded on September 8, 2014. This episode is 29.8 MB. This episode is 42 minutes long. This episode uses the songs The Journalist (live) and Yellow Dust by Rolemusic. This track was found on Free Music Archive and is used under a Creative Commons Attribution License…

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32 – Awkward Pauses and Coughs

For a detailed list of show notes on this episode, including a list of links, click here! Plus INT is back from school and ready to start “season” three! This week, we talk about Nintendo news, Naruto winding down, and the latest controversies in gaming and tech. SPOILERS for Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure! Subscribe and Rate…

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Campus Climate Survey launches at WT campus

West Texas A&M University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion recently began to address the issue of low graduation rates among minority students by working with an outsourced vendor to produce a Campus Climate Survey to be administered starting Oct. 1. “This is being given to all sophomores and juniors,” Dr. Rosemary Gray, Chief Diversity and…

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Greek week begins

  Whenever one thinks about college, the first things that always come to mind are good friends, tough classes and sororities and fraternities. To the latter of these, this week marks an immeasurably important event in their year. “Greek Week is all about the different sororities and fraternities building friendships, helping others and coming together…

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Crime rate drops on campus

  Crime rate has a certain place in the brains and thought processes for the students and faculty of WT. Like anywhere else, people want to feel safe where they have to be for extended periods of time. If a person feels safe, they feel comfortable in their surroundings, thus making for a more enjoyable…

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