Hey, my name is Connor Woods. I am a Mass Communications major with an emphasis in Broadcasting Journalism. I am also minoring in Theater.

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Fraternities, sororities not stereotypical

As you watch a movie about a college campus, you often come across a fraternity or sorority, and more times than not these students are seen as a rowdy bunch of partiers. Although people realize the difference between the exaggerated big screen and real life, this stereotype still lives on. “What causes the stereotype is…

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Zeta Tau Alpha works to help philanthropy

During the fourth annual Pink Week, Zeta Tau Alpha helped raise money for breast cancer awareness. The feat of supporting such a cause is seen throughout Greek life and the way that each fraternity and sorority conducts their individual chapters. “For Greek life as a whole, each one of us has a different philanthropy,” Hannah…

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Preview: Zeta Tau Alpha Pink Out Week

When you think of the month of October, you often think of the changing of the seasons as well as Halloween, but the month also takes on some brighter colors, as October is breast cancer awareness month, a time when you are encouraged to “Think Pink.” This week Zeta Tau Alpha is reminding everyone of…

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Greek life takes part in Homecoming

Buff pride reigned supreme this past week as students, alumni and Buffalo fans flocked to the many activities that a WTAMU homecoming has to offer. This year, like in years past, fraternities and sororities floated into the homecoming scene. “Fraternities and sororities team up to do homecoming floats and make up a pretty large percentage…

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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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More parking needed

As new construction projects are on the rise, students often question the current parking situation at WTAMU. This semester WTAMU has reached a record high enrollment. According to a press release on the WTAMU website, West Texas A&M University has its highest enrollment ever. The University’s 12th-class-day fall enrollment figures have surpassed the 8,000 mark,…

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Recruitment week and change at WT

As freshmen begin their first few weeks at WTAMU, many are rushing to different organizations to find where they can become connected. Some students will find their place in Greek life, and this year fraternities and sororities improved the recruitment process. “Instead of promoting individual chapters we are promoting ‘Go Greek,’” Inter-Fraternity recruitment counselor Edward…

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JBK expansion provides new work area

The Students of West Texas A&M were recently introduced to the new expansion of the Jack B. Kelley Student Center. With the new expansion being opened for a little over a month, the staff and students have had the opportunity to explore what the new space has to offer, including Chance O. Haugen, director of…

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