Plus INT Episode #5

Join us for the fifth episode of Plus INT as we prepare to defeat the Final Boss of Finals. (Or is Finals a series of Mini-Bosses? We couldn’t make up our minds. Let us know what you think in the comments.) We end the semester by tackling two issues: One, are Video Games Art? Secondly,…

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Plus INT: Episode #5 Show Notes

Want to listen to the episode? Click here! This podcast was recorded on December 3, 2012. This episode is 1 hour and 11 minutes long. This episode is 65 MB. This episode was produced by Georgia Romig. Cover art by Chris Brockman. This episode uses the song 2.12.05 elevator by BOPD. This track was found on Free…

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Lady Buffs basketball tumbles to 2-6

The WTAMU Women’s Basketball squad continued their current skid to three games this past week with a loss to Abilene Christian at the First United Bank Center 81-76 on Nov. 28 before dropping a double overtime decision to Angelo State 77-71 in San Angelo on Dec. 1. On Wednesday, despite falling behind as far as…

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Realignment Strikes Again

Over the past few years, the college sports landscape has shifted drastically. Colorado went west while Utah upgraded to help form the Pac-12. Nebraska left many rivalries behind for the Big Ten’s greener pastures. The same went with Missouri and Texas A&M, who wanted to leave the shadow of big brother Texas in search of…

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Local ASPCA holds weekly pet adoptions

Every Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., the Amarillo Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) holds dog adoptions at the Amarillo PetSmart off of Soncy Road. Cats are available for adoption throughout the week at the store. “We tend to adopt smaller dogs at PetSmart,” Kelley Mickey, ASPCA shelter manager, said…

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Lady Buffs volleyball wins 12th regional

The No. 9 WTAMU Lady Buffs volleyball team traveled to the campus of Regis University in Denver, Colo., to participate in the NCAA Division II South Central Regional Tournament from Nov. 29 to Dec. 1. WT defeated the No. 23 University of Arkansas-Fort Smith Lions, the No. 12 Colorado School of Mines Orediggers and Lone…

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Annual Renaissance Feast benefits WT Music School

The Canyon community joined WTAMU’s CORE Center and the Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities for the annual Renaissance Feast. Noble lords, ladies, and jesters gathered at the Hazel Kelley Alumni Banquet Hall to celebrate with their hosts, President J. Patrick and Karen O’Brien. Director of Student Activities Skip Chisum explained that…

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Wii U wows gamers who could get it

Nintendo hoped to change the gaming landscape once again by releasing the all-new Wii U on Nov. 18. With many stores either sold out or in limited quantities, the supply may have a difficult time meeting the demand just in time for the holidays. Nintendo fans that had an opportunity to get the system have…

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