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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WT starts Rifle Club to teach safety and control

Colton Meyer, along with other students at West Texas A&M University, recently began the WT Trap and Skeet Club, which will compete in shooting events and teach gun safety.   “Most of us have a shooting background back before high school,” Meyer, senior Animal Science major, said. ”The competitive shooting events are something that we…

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Understanding the First Amendment is essential

Over the past ten years, there have been numerous world events that have made headlines across multiple media outlets. There have been new presidents elected, votes concerning gay marriage and Ebola outbreaks, just to name a few. But there is something happening that has seized to catch the attention of the world: murderers are walking…

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WT honors Share Your Pride

West Texas A&M University hosted The Dreamer’s World, a cirque show, in the First United Bank Center on Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m.   The cirque theatrical performance celebrated the closing of WTAMU’s Share Your Pride fund-raising campaign that raised more than $50 million. The Dreamer’s World performance was a free event and open to…

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Living Learning Communities begin second year

This year, West Texas A&M University residence halls have academically-based living learning communities that are connected to specific majors to celebrate students’ interests above and beyond their academic pursuits. In a living learning community, students are surrounded in their residence hall by other students with similar interests based on major.   Students who participate in…

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Starbucks opens after delays

On Monday the long-awaited Starbucks coffee opened its doors in the Jack B. Kelley food court. Established in the location in which a Java City coffee shop was the previous occupant, this is the first Starbucks to open in Canyon. There has been much buzz across the campus centered on the anticipation of the well-known…

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Plus INT #38 Show Notes

Want to listen to this episode? Click here! This episode was recorded on October 28, 2014. This episode is 32.8 MB. This episode is 1 hour and 11 minutes long. This episode uses the songs The Journalist (live) and Yellow Dust by Rolemusic. This track was found on Free Music Archive and is used under a…

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38 – Plus INT VS. Superman

Plus INT Episode #38 Artwork.

Plus INT Episode #38 Artwork.

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SPOILERS for Guardians of the Galaxy, Kill la Kill and Nier!

In this episode of Plus INT, Preston and Gabe get their geek over Super Smash Bros for Wii U and the announcement of Marvel Phase 3. Also, we… hate on Superman. Like, a lot. Sorry, Supes fans!

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Davis is strong on education and women’s rights

Ed. Note: Written with the help of Russell Sanderson and Tyler Anderson   The name of Wendy Davis, a state senator from Fort Worth, quickly became recognized across Texas during the summer of 2013 with her 11-hour long filibuster against Texas Senate Bill 5. While the filibuster succeeded in thwarting a vote on the issue…

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