23 – Visual Novel Land

In this week’s episode of Plus INT Gabe, Preston and Georgia gab about Steam OS, YouTube Comment Revamps and the passing of Nintendo’s Hiroshi Yamauchi. And then they debate — are visual novels the new hot game genre? How strange can anime merchandising get? Who’s the cuter Avatar animal, Pabu or Momo? Take a listen…

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Plus INT #23 Show Notes

Want to listen to the episode? Click here! This episode was recorded on September 24, 2013. This episode is 29.9 MB. This is episode 1 hour and 4 min long. This episode was produced by Georgia Romig. This episode uses the song Son of a Bit! by Micro Invasion. This track was found on Free…

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New Study Abroad programs available

The WTAMU Study Abroad program announced its new programs for the 2013-14 academic year at the Study Abroad Fair taking place in the JBK last week. Students had the opportunity to meet with faculty members involved in each program to find out more about what the programs had to offer. Students wishing to study abroad…

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Conquer Chiari 5K Run

Daniel Klaehn, an English instructor at WTAMU, organized the Conquer Chiari Fun Run on Sept. 21.  At 9:30 a.m. at Thompson Park, runners and walkers lined the starting line. “I loved seeing parents running with their kids,” Rashell Mena, junior Civil Engineer major, said. Small teams were wearing matching shirts supporting friends and family who…

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Intramural sports start WT’s fall semester

WT’s intramural sports season is officially underway, with flag football games taking place this month at Buffalo Sports Park. With student enrollment higher than any other time at WT, Senior Sports & Exercise Science major and Intramurals Assistant Toby Dennis supports the idea of participation among freshmen. “I think freshmen should participate to get to…

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WT Greek Life anticipates Greek retreat

To some, an away WT football game provides the opportunity for a good time and a road trip. However, Greek life uses the time in order to improve upon their leadership skills. This year leaders of Greek life will attend an away football game for their annual Greek retreat. “For the Greek leadership retreat we’ll…

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Social Media as a news source for students

As college students, social media is a key component to everyday life. Most check social media accounts before bed and first thing in the morning as well as periodically throughout the day. As social media has grown more popular, businesses and news sources have adapted to this change. Breaking news can now be found in…

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Buffs roll Lions in season home opener

The No. 4-ranked WTAMU Buffalo football team opened their home schedule against the Texas A&M-Commerce Lions on Sept. 21 at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon, Texas. The Buffs offense exploded for 38-second half points en route to a 62-28 rout of the Lions. For the second straight week the Buffs fell behind 7-0 after the…

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Keltin Wiens’ Korner

As we say goodbye to another baseball season, we are reminded of a few things: 1) The Angels and Nationals are not who we thought they were; 2) the Dodgers were better than we thought they were, and; 3) that Alex Rodriguez is a dirty cheat who can’t get over himself in the wake of…

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Buff News Brief

Fall is here, which means that colds and the flu will be approaching. WTAMU offers Student Medical Services. “We offer many services such as lab testing, immunizations, and ex-rays,” Abigail Miller, student office assistant, said. The fee is part of the enrollment cost at WT. There is a charge for diagnostic tests, injections and procedures…

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