It’s been said if you’re going to play a non-conference opponent you might as well take on someone really good. That’s exactly what the #23 ranked WTAMU Lady Buffs did on April 26 as they took on Lubbock Christian who is a member of the NAIA and ranked #7 in the nation at Lady Buff Yard.
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On April 20th, WTAMU hosted an Earth Day event. The event, located at the Pedestrian Mall, had several booths where students learned about ways they can help the environment.
The WTAMU Buffs baseball team completed their weekend series with the Angelo State Rams with a doubleheader on April 23. The Rams completed a sweep of the Buffs via a pair of walk-off victories. Angelo took game one with an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth, earning a dramatic 9-8 victory. In game two, a WT error gave the Rams the 10-9 win.
The #23 ranked WTAMU Lady Buffs finished up the road portion of their conference schedule on April 22-23 as they took on Tarleton State looking to keep up their strong play as the season winds down.
WTAMU’s Dance department will be putting on their annual spring dance concert from April 28-30. This year’s theme is the “True Colors of Dance,” where the performers will be able to showcase styles of dancing that may be unfamiliar to the audience.
WTAMU has long been recognized as a great place to get an education. This year, students’ feedback at semester evaluations was able to select 80 faculty members for the A&M System Teaching Excellence Awards.
The Lady Buffs volleyball team will be hosting a fundraiser for the HALI Project’s “Where The Learning Continues” program at WTAMU.
She takes out her metallic chakra pendulum and moves it back and forth. The pendulum is her instrument to help ghosts around campus cross over. “I will say, ‘Identities are you there? I want you to go to the light,’” she said. “I don’t see them. I feel them with me and help them cross over.” Her name is Carol Schawo and she has worked at WTAMU as a janitor for 32 years. She can be found everyday in the JBK cleaning very meticulously, but always with a smile on her face.
Since the first moments he took office, President Barack Obama, has received criticism for his executive decisions. Lately, some of his biggest critics have been members of his own party.