Plus INT: No Episode This Week

There will be no episode of Plus INT this week, since one of the hosts fell ill. (Let’s wish him well, listeners!) In the meantime, Preston and Georgia are taking suggestions so send them to theprairiewt@gmail.com, or contact us on Facebook and Twitter. See you next week and good luck on finals! Podcast: Play in…

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TRiO Offers Science and Math Sessions During Summer

Upward Bound Math-Science is part of a group of programs called TRiO funded by the Department of Education. Included in the program is a segment to occur at West Texas A&M University. The purpose of Upward Bound Math-Science and TRiO is to exercise the intellectual muscles of low-income and first-generation students in the fields of…

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WTAMU Lady Buffs lose conference lead

The number five nationally ranked WTAMU Lady Buff softball team traveled to Denton, Texas to battle the number eight ranked Texas Woman’s Pioneers in a three game series to determine the Lone Star Conference regular season champion on April 26 and 27. WT won the first game but lost both games of the doubleheader to…

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ATO Softball Tournament is a grand slam

The Alpha Tau Omega fraternity raised over $7,000 for the Ronald McDonald’s House of Charities of Amarillo at their annual softball tournament on April 5 and 6 at the Buffalo Sports Complex. “The tournament was a great success,” ATO vice president and tournament co-chair Cedric Nguimatsa said. “This was my first year doing it, and…

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Dorm regulations to change

New information that some on campus dorms will be increasing in price for the Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 semesters, is not boding well with some students, who are prompting an immediate dislike to the change. “It’s something new, so of course, students are kind of freaking out about it,” Lindsey Steele, a graduating senior…

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Student Government election results

Elections were recently held on April 9 through the 10 for positions in the WTAMU Student Government. The students of WT were able to vote for whom they believed would be the best fit for the positions of Student Body President, Student Body Vice President and Student Senators. The Presidential election was won by Leif…

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Tips to help test anxiety

With the semester winding down and finals shortly approaching students are faced with a battle that occurs every test day: test anxiety. Educational and counseling services has hosted three different sessions this semester over how to handle anxiety. “We typically cover what test anxiety is and why it happens,” Jacklyn Cargill graduate student intern said…

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