Media consumers should check multiple sources

In a world that is technologically driven, media consumers have a considerably large amount of news sources available to them, essentially at their fingertips. Consumers have the power to read/watch/listen to news that comes from major cable companies such as CNN and Fox, major newspapers like the New York Times and major radio news outlets…

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Plus INT Episode #45 Show Notes

Want to listen to this episode? Click here! This episode was recorded on February 17th, 2015. This episode is 49.6 MB. This episode is 1 hour and 12 minutes long. This episode uses the songs The Journalist (live) and Yellow Dust by Rolemusic. These tracks were found on Free Music Archive and are used under a…

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45 – Majora’s Mask: The Podcast

Plus INT Logo (Square Version). Art by Chris Brockman.

Plus INT Logo (Square Version). Art by Chris Brockman.

For show notes on this episode, click here!

This week on Plus INT, Russell joins the crew once again as they talk about the return of O-Haruhi-sama, Ganon getting his own DLC for Hyrule Warriors, the ongoing drama-saga of Sony and The Last Guardian, and brace yourself, kids, Game of Thrones is going off the rails and ditching book canon.

Also something about ridiculously overpriced Warhammer 40,000 figurines.

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Letter from the editor: Plus-sized means normal

Sports Illustrated’s swimsuit edition model announcement was made on Feb. 5 and it made national news not because it’s a highly anticipated edition but because the first “plus-sized” model made the cut. As a woman I highly respect models, especially ones who have the confidence to model in a swimsuit.   I’m no expert on…

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Love LSC Runner of the Year

Emma Love has been named the LSC Runner of the Year. It has been a long journey for Love, who has been running for WT’s cross country team since her freshman year after she was convinced to attend WT by members of her family.   “I really got a good feel for it when I…

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Dr. Hunt signs patent rights for commercialization

Emily Hunt, Director and Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, is the first of West Texas A&M University faculty member to have research accepted for commercialization. WT, the Texas A&M University System and Dr. Hunt signed a patent, giving permission for Aggie Venture Partners to license this invention for commercialization on Jan. 27.   Angela Spaulding,…

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