Buffs fight back in LSC playoffs

Tammy Luksich Sports editor WT took games one, two and three from the Tarleton State Texans with scores, 13-6, 8-7 and 9-3 at the Dilla Villa on March 30.  In game four the Buffs came up short losing 13-3. These games help the Buffs improve to 17-21 overall, (10-18 LSC). Additionally, the Buffs have won…

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Horns Up Hooves Down

We here at The Prairie would like to give our take on what’s hot and what’s not. If you find yourself in the Hooves Down category…you might want to reconsider your choices. Horns up to Monsters vs. Aliens hitting the big screen. Hooves down to the monsters in all of our closets. Horns up to…

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Lady Buffs finish four game weekend, 1-3

Andrea Findley Editor With weather conditions forcing the Lone Star Conference Crossover Tournament to be cancelled, Head Coach Kevin Blaskowski arranged for the Lady Buffs to play four games last weekend. The Lady Buffs finished 27-15 overall, defeating Central Oklahoma State and losing to Angelo State, Southeastern Oklahoma State and Midwestern State. “We have a…

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Media-minded students savor Big Apple

Andrea Findley Editor Continuing a trend at National Convention, 34 students from the WTAMU chapter of the National Broadcasting Society flew back from New York with another year of impressive wins. Joining the group were 12 honor students. At the National Convention, the WT chapter won in events across the board—maintaining success in service, production…

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Horns Up Hooves Down

We here at The Prairie would like to give our take on what’s hot and what’s not. If you find yourself in the Hooves Down category…you might want to reconsider your choices. Horns up for wedding season providing free meals every other weekend. Hooves down to one evening costing thousands and thousands of dollars. Horns…

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President Obama makes history on Leno

Andrea Findley Editor Last week Jay Leno made television history when President Obama went on “The Tonight Show.” There has never been a sitting president on a late night TV show before. Leave it to Obama to break the barrier—that seems to be his trademark. As a devoted Leno fan, I watched the monologue with…

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Supreme Court goes to the movies

Frank Rodasky Reporter During last year’s presidential campaign, political ads saturated television and radio broadcasts. To many people, political ads are propaganda that may have little or no basis in truth. This view is supported by the highly partisan nature of the ads. One group of ads may be paid for by a group with…

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Lady Buffs could not cap final games

Tammy Luksich Sports Editor Lady Buff softball came out tough in Lone Star Conference action on March 21 after defeating #1-Angelo State, 14-10, but #23-WTAMU could not keep the momentum in the final two games. In the first game, WT took an early 3-2 lead in the bottom of the first. The second inning was…

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