Constitutional Amendments Up for Vote

Student Senate has called for a special constitutional election to be held on March 2 and 3. Students will have the opportunity to vote for the addition of a Bill of Rights to the University’s constitution as well as reorganization of the judicial branch. The University’s constitution currently deals mainly with the organization of student…

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Hookah Pipes Safer than Cigarettes?

Going to a hookah bar with some friends, choosing your favorite tobacco flavor and enjoying a good time, may sound like harmless fun. Marissa Rojas, a hookah smoker says, “It is a very easy going atmosphere. There are a bunch of couches and cushions on the floor. Just people smoking hookah and drinking coffee; it’s…

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Letter from the Editor – WT’s Future

This week’s issue highlights mainly what is happening now and in the future for the campus of West Texas A&M University. New changes will arise in the upcoming months to better the campus and to provide new places for the WT students (that’s you). With all these changes happening, WT will look like a brand…

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In & Out – Communication Week

This Friday, as part of the Communication Week festivities, there will be an Alumni Panel and a Student Showcase. For the Alumni Panel, the committee has gotten together a group of WTAMU alumni that represent the sections of communication. They will be avaliable to answer questions and talk to students interested in communication. After the…

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What’s On My Mind? Olympics and Snow

The Olympics have started again and for the past weekend I have been glued to my television. The U.S. and its elite athletes are once again competing for medals and honor. This is a truly special event that only comes along every four years and cements athletes’ place in history. Due to numerous complications these…

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Scarborough: Voice of Students

One of the highest profile student organizations on campus is Student Government. This organization is responsible for helping students with issues that affect the student body. The officers of Student Government maintain a close working relationship with the faculty and staff of the University to create an academically challenging university, as well as ensuring that…

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BIT Presents Enjoyable ‘Night’

Canyon may seem a strange place to watch a performance of any William Shakespeare play; the Panhandle doesn’t exactly remind theatergoers of Elizabethan England. Yet West Texas A&M University’s strong Fine Arts program, in conjunction with the Branding Iron Theatre, is clearly capable of putting on lively interpretations of even Shakespeare’s lesser known works. Twelfth…

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Constructing a New Century

As a new century comes closer for West Texas A&M, the campus itself will be embracing changes to make it yet a better place for students and faculty. An estimated amount of $71 million worth of new construction projects have been brought forth and will soon be evident to everyone on campus. The construction projects…

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