Pre-marital counseling available to WT students

It takes months of planning, days of organizing, hours of budgeting and it all begins with a simple yes.   Many view the college years as those for hooking up, checking out or creeping on Facebook profiles, but for many students at West Texas A&M University and other campuses across the U.S., they are participating…

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Capturing the human form by way of live model

Fast Company reported in 2014 that, “Since 1932, Disney has been the only entertainment studio to continue an unbroken tradition of offering free life drawing classes for its artists within its studios. The idea is that understanding and capturing the anatomy and sense of motion from a live model improves animated drawings and gestures.”  …

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I Am More Than…

Ed. Note – Collaborative work between Megan Moore and Alyssa Bonner In an effort to break through stereotypes and better understand the West Texas A&M University campus as a whole, The Prairie undertook a visual project to show individuals as more than their surface level labels.   I am more than just a professor.  …

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Senior students plan for fall semester graduation

It’s fueled by caffeine, all-nighters, tears, patience and frustration. Quitting is not an option to those who are truly dedicated. It’s this dedication and passion that keeps the drive going. It’s the one thing that has been the goal instilled since kindergardten, college graduation.   There’s a slight preview to the way college graduation will…

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WT Forensics goes global ‘one quarter at a time’

The walls collapsed, and just like that more than 1,000 workers were injured. Just like that at least 142 workers perished under heaps of rubble. Bangladesh is one of the world’s leading garment exporters, and because of poor safety conditions and illegally built structures, a factory that makes clothing for European and American retailers tumbled…

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