Herdsmen Hearts two-step onto WTAMU campus

Students gathered at the Pedestrian Mall on Sept. 23 for a two-stepping dance event held by the Herdsmen Hearts. The dance lasted from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. and included music, dancing and socializing.Members of the Herdsmen and Herdsmen Hearts orchestrated the event and spent time interacting with other WT students. Along with the usual…

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This Week In Photos

This Week in Photos for September 27th, 2011. [imagebrowser id=65] [imagebrowser id=67] [imagebrowser id=70] [imagebrowser id=68]…

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Tri-State Fair entertains Amarillo on College Day

The Tri-State Fair and Rodeo held performances on Sept 22. Many competitors from across the nation competed in events such as bareback riding, steer wrestling, calf scramble, and many others, along with clowns and motorcycle stunts. After the rodeo, Hotel California hit the Budweiser stage and entertained its audience with songs from the Eagles.Lauren Graham, Miss…

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WTAMU football routs Incarnate Word Cardinals

The No.21 WTAMU Buffalo football team avoided a letdown game on Sept. 24 as they defeated the University of the Incarnate Word Cardinals52-7 in Canyon. Sophomore quarterback Dustin Vaughn shined, throwing for 335 yards and five scores.After the Buffs forced a quick three-and-out on the Cardinals’ first drive, Vaughn hit sophomore Lance Ratliff for a…

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International Student Numbers are Up at WT

International student enrollment on campus is up nearly 11% for the 2011 school year. Students from nearly 40 countries are represented on our campus. As of the twelfth class day this semester there were 233 international students enrolled, up from 205 on the same day last year. The country with the most student representation here…

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Honors Program prepares for upcoming events

The William H. and Joyce Attebury Honors Program is not just an organization to recognize outstanding undergraduate students at WTAMU. The Honors Program is also an organization for students to have more opportunities to be active in volunteer activities, tutoring, seminars, study abroad and internships. The honors students are involved in many activities where they…

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UPD releases annual WT crime report to public

The WTAMU University Police Department released their annual Campus and Fire Safety Report. The report contains statistics of reported crimes on campus and in the surrounding area.“Canyon has one of the lowest crime rates for cities that size in the state of Texas,” Meri Lyn Odell, director of Police Administration, said. “It’s an advantage of…

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Engineering program finds new space on campus

WT’s Engineering programis renovating the old Ag/Nursing Building and moving on in.The estimated $4 million first phase will restore the building’s exterior and transform the first floor into a new state of the art facility. It is projected to be completed by the 2012 spring semester for classes to be held. The second phase will…

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Ducks Unlimited joins WT

Ducks Unlimited is a new nationally recognized, non-profit organization at WTAMU, dedicated to conserving, restoring and managing wetlands in North America. Duck Unlimited first started in 1937 and has since conserved more than 12 million acres across North America. ”Our chapter of Ducks Unlimited is a great way to promote waterfowl conservation while having fun…

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