Through an executive order signed by Student Body President Tim Vela, Audra Thurman was sworn in as Chief Justice of Student Government on May 12. The original motion failed at the May 2 senate meeting due to a disagreement in the way the application process was conducted. A second meeting on May 5 was called…
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Lemos once again had three RBI in the contest. Juniors Kim•berly LeComte, Kristina Myles, freshman Mallory Wyatt, and sophomore Brooke Webster all contributed two RBI in the contest.
Over the past few weeks, government news switched from discussions about the 2012 budget to the Treasury Department, warning that spending will hit the federal debt ceiling by May 16.
It was an unremarkable day in December. It could have been a Monday. It could have been a Thursday. It could have been a Saturday. The day wasn’t relevant; there was nothing exceptional about this day. However, the thing this day inspired was quite relevant.
The sculpture Ozymandias is a work of public art commissioned by Stanley Marsh 3 and created by Lightnin’ McDuff. The piece is located at I-27 and Sundown Lane, just south of Amarillo in the northwest corner of a cow pasture.
WTAMU’s Recreational Sports/Outdoor Pursuits program offers faculty and students the opportunity to experience the outdoors in a fun and interactive way.
For the last year, I’ve been researching the positive correlation between Playboy magazine and feminism. I’m afraid that most of my professors think I’m pushing the women’s movement back a few decades, but I need to clarify that I’m not interested in the male perspective of feminism because I don’t like women or don’t like being a woman. I’m interested in the male perspective because it’s one we haven’t asked to be heard in quite some time.
It is 9 p.m. at WTAMU´s Buffalo Sports Park. People are walking around the field while others are sitting in their booths chatting and mingling with each other. Different teams are identifiable by their colored shirts. The orange team, Wright’s team, can be recognized all through the field. It all started with Kelsey, a 20 year-old WT student from Las Cruces, New Mexico.
The rolling hills of Austin, the rugged mountains of El Paso, the golden coast of Corpus Christi- none compare to the beauty and grandeur of the high plains of West Texas, where you can see for miles and the evening sunset colors the sky with radiant light.