Alisa White is a student taking the MCOM 3302 Journalism Research class.

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Student athletes balance school, sports

Most good things require a lot of hard work before the final masterpiece. Sports are one of those things. The event or tournament itself doesn’t just happen, the athletes and coaches put in a lot of behind the scenes work. According to the U.S. Department of Education’s data, for Division II schools in the Lone…

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Educational level increases earnings in the U.S.

Educational level increases earnings, which may encourage more people to finish high school and pursue further education. The trend at Amarillo High School has been slightly higher than the state average of high school graduates even though the total number of high school graduates has declined slightly between 2003 and 2009. According to the U.S…

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RHA stays active on campus

Web Editor’s Note: This story was written for the MCOMM 3309 – News Editing & Reporting Class One of WTAMU’s many active organizations is the Residence Hall Association (RHA). RHA consists of representatives from each residence hall. The delegates are elected by peers from their hall to voice specific concerns and ideas from their respective…

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RA events for end of semester

Web Editor’s Note: This story was written for the MCOMM 3309 – News Editing & Reporting Class With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away, classes and campus activities start to lighten as the weather gets colder. However the Resident Assistants still continue to host a variety of programs. “We have various programs, from video games…

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WTAMU plans new dorm construction in December

Web Editor’s Note: This story was written for the MCOMM 3309 – News Editing & Reporting Class Residential Living is in the process of designing a new residential living hall. The design will be similar to Centennial, but with a few features unique to the new building. The new facility will be approximately 120 thousand…

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Nomads No More

Web Editor’s Note: This story was written for the MCOMM 3309 – News Editing & Reporting Class The Residential Living office will finally move into its permanent home located in Centennial Hall, right next to the Wesley Center, on Nov. 1. Their current location is in a temporary building behind the cafeteria, which has caused…

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