Ag program adds new facility

West Texas A&M University is growing quickly, and with more growth comes a few issues. As students and faculty are well aware, parking is not the only issue with the growth. There is also a need to fit students into classrooms and labs in order to provide the best education for them. This is a…

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Helping Hearts offers guidance to abuse victims

Sexual abuse. Physical abuse. Emotional abuse. Women often fall victim to these types of crimes. When a sexual assault happens on campus, there are “mandatory reporters” who are required to report it, though students are never forced to speak up.   Becky Lopez, Title IX Coordinator at West Texas A&M University, said it sometimes takes…

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S.A.G.E. hosts benefit dance

West Texas A&M is gearing up for the Dance Marathon on March 28 at Legacy Hall in the Jack. B. Kelly Center. The concert will last from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. and will consist of games, food and dancing. The Dance Marathon will be hosted by the campus organization known as S.A.G.E.   S.A.G.E…

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Equestrian team clinches regional championship

The West Texas A&M University equestrian team traveled to Louisiana State University for a pair of regular season shows and the Hunt Seat Regional Championship.   The WT equestrian team walked away from the regional championships with the title of Reserve Region Champion Team. In addition to the team’s accomplishments, Cana Fitzgerald was crowned Region…

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Anniversary of Selma marches sparks conversation

Thousands of people from around the country packed onto an Alabama Bridge last Sunday to commemorate the infamous and violent confrontation between Alabama police and innocent protestors.   Fifty years ago, protestors lined up on the Edmund Pettus Bridge to walk from Selma to Montgomery, Ala. in protest for the support of equality and the…

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