WT advertising team brings home first place win

The West Texas A&M University Buffalo Advertising team took home first place over all with best media plan and best promotion in the District 10 competition in Dallas, Texas. Each year the WT Buffalo Advising team partners with a major corporation client and comes up with a marketing campaign for them.   “Every year AAF…

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Panel discussion addresses concepts of feminism

The West Texas A&M University Gender Studies Certificate Program hosted their second Faces of Feminism discussion of the year. The panel discussion was held on Thursday, April 23, in the Recital Hall of the Sybil B. Fine Arts Complex. The featured panelists were Dr. Sarah Vartabedian, assistant professor of Communication; Dr. Amy Von Lintel, assistant…

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Phone, money scammers target WTAMU students

Scamming is no small issue. We have all been warned about the seriousness of giving out personal information to companies or people that we are not familiar with. If not informed, it is very easy to be scammed out of thousands of dollars. Recently, West Texas A&M students have fallen victim to phone scams.  …

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Holocaust event held last week

The students at West Texas A&M take great pride in continuing their education outside of the classroom. WT students are constantly feeding themselves knowledge.   Last week in the JBK, WT students and faculty were given the opportunity to take a journey through World War II during the “Holocaust Remembrance” interactive event.   The interactive…

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Veterans Network puts on cook-off and car show

On April 18, the Smokers & Cruisers BBQ Cook-Off & Car Show was held at the First United Bank Center to benefit the West Texas A&M University Veterans Network. This event was highlighted by a car show that featured 46 vehicles, as well as an International Barbecue Cookers Association-sanctioned cook-off in which 17 cook teams…

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Students remember Browning as leader, mentor

Heavy hearts filled the campus of West Texas A&M University on Monday as the news spread of a longtime professor’s passing. Known to many of her students as DL, Dr. Leigh Browning was a WT alum and a faculty member since 1991.   After spending more than 20 years in the Mass Communication department teaching…

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‘It Follows’ aims for 80s horror movie technique

The recently released horror film, “It Follows” directed by David Mitchell and starring Maika Moore is already being talked about as one of the scariest movies of the year. The movie has a throwback approach, recreating and trying to rejuvenate the 80’s slasher horror genre. The film follows around a young woman named Jay (Maika…

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Helping Hearts organizes inaugural tournament

LEAD WT and Helping Hearts of West Texas A&M University sought to find a way for people to come together and raise money for the awareness of domestic and sexual violence. These organizations found a fundraising outlet through their first golf tournament held on Friday, April 10.   “Awareness is key and it’s the most…

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