The WTAMU Buffs baseball traveled to Goodwell, Oklahoma on March 29 to take on Oklahoma Panhandle State in a doubleheader. The Buffs picked up the win in both games. The final score in game one was 6-4, and game two was 9-6.
The Prairie is going to the TIPA (Texas Intercollegiate Press Association) Convention!
April 1 will start ‘21 Days of Change’, a university-wide initiative culminating with a lecture by Blake Mycoskie, the CEO of TOMS shoes on April 21.
On March 26, the Lady Buffs defeated the Texas Woman’s Pioneers, 7-0, to take the weekend series behind junior Marci Womack’s incredible pitching performance. This day was also marked with the Beat Cancer with a Bat Benefit.
While the #18 ranked WTAMU Buff baseball team has been playing well this season thus far, it’s been the road that has been unkind to the maroon and white. WT looked to put an end to their road struggles on March 25-26 as they took on Texas A&M Kingsville at Nolan Ryan Field in Kingsville.
For this semester, Hector Garza, assistant professor of spanish, decided to turn his senior-level class, “Selected Studies in Spanish”, into “Introduction to Spanish Translation.” In this class, the students were given the job to find people who needed their help with translating their documents and other materials into Spanish.
The West Texas A&M Virgil Henson Activities Center offers students many different workout options including free fitness classes. The Shape-Up division plays a large role in WT’s Fitness program by giving students the chance to get in shape or stay in shape through a variety of group classes.
The WTAMU Lady Buffs softball team played the first two games of a three game set against the Lady Pioneers March 25. The Lady Buffs won the first game, 10-2, in the fifth inning via the run-rule. The Pioneers picked up the game two win by a 6-5 final score, holding off a late WT rally.
Seattle-based band, The Head and The Heart have released their first album and after a strong showing at SXSW, prepare to take the indie music world by storm.
The WTAMU football program has become very successful over the past few seasons and brought WT into the national spotlight. One big reason for the national attention is the number of former Buff football players that now play in the National Football League and the Canadian Football League.