In & Out – Wesley Halloween Costume Party

This Saturday, the Wesley Foundation is hosting a Halloween Costume Party. It is set to have a spider theme. They have all kinds of fun activities planned including a costume contest, a picture scavenger hunt and a possible trick-or-treat contest. There will be desserts and drinks provided. Students are encouraged to come dance, hang out…

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What’s On My Mind? – Halloween Costumes

I walk into the room and see the generic costumes; witch, cat, princess, bumblebee, pirate and policeman. Seems harmless enough, but this is different from the costumes of my youth. These have been replaced with sexy kitten, slutty pirate and dirty cop. When did Halloween turn into a night at the local gentleman’s club? Halloween…

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“Big Give” shares Big Love

On March 2, 2008, Oprah Winfrey debuted her philanthropic reality show “The Big Give.” In every episode, competitors in the television series would travel to different U.S. cities, donate to special organizations, assist in several service projects and empower people in socio-economic needs. Unfortunately the program only lasted one season; however, the concept still thrives,…

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Wild Wild West

A rare and unusual exhibit, of the Red River War, has found its way into the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum (PPHM). A Running Fight: The Red River War in Art, as it’s been labeled, “Is the first of its kind to focus particularly on the art of the Red River War,” said Michael Grower, curator of…

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WTAMU Symphony Orchestra to Bring Life to Classic Film

For the fourth consecutive year, the West Texas A&M University Symphony Orchestra will present a live-cinema performance. This year they will be presenting the 1929 classic, The Iron Mask, featuring Douglas Fairbanks. The WT Symphony Orchestra will be under the direction of Dr. Mark Bartley, assistant professor of music. They will provide live musical accompaniment…

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