Buffs advance to face ACU

Click here to see photos of this game by Amanda Garcia. Jason Poland Sports Editor The offensive battle that showcased two prolific passers and their teams lived up to the billing as both teams combined for 1,088 yards in total offense. WTAMU defeated Central Washington 49-42 Saturday at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in front of 6,975…

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Lady Buffs Undefeated

Tammy Luksich Sports Editor WTAMU Lady Buffs wrapped up their regular season strong pulling in two conference wins at home. Texas A&M-Kingsville was the Lady Buff’s first victim. WT swept the match in three sets, winning 25-10, 25-15 and 25-19. That night was particularly special because it was senior night for the two Lady Buff…

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Hands-on is key to program’s success

Alicia Stanley Prairie Reporter The College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering is only two years old, but for being newly reformed, they offer over 25 degrees. They offer six bachelor’s degrees, four masters and one Ph.D. in agriculture. Engineering offers three bachelors, life earth and environmental sciences offers six bachelors and two masters. Math, chemistry…

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Recreational Sports Complex Referendum

Ashley Miller Assistant Editor Intramural Softball/Flag Football Four-plex ( Estimated $7.0 – $7.9 million) Allows for continued growth of intramural softball and flag football Provides space for large campus events Recreation, Leisure and Parking ( Estimated $1.5 – $1.8 million) Includes outdoor basetball and sand volleyball courts, running trails, excercise equipment, gazebo, performing arts amphittheater,…

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Students speak out on fee increase

The Recreational Sports Complex Referendum and Jack B. Kelly expansion will have WTAMU students paying an additional $132 per semester in Intercollegiate Athletics Fee and the Student Center Complex Fee and $408 over the course of two years. WT students can vote for the proposed two-step increase next Tuesday, Nov. 18 and Wednesday, Nov. 19…

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Hewlett-Packard campaign gives students real-world learning experience

Andrea Findley Prairie Editor The Advertising and Public Relations Club took a ride to Houston last weekend for the Houston Advertising Federation Student Competition and Conference. Each year, the Houston Advertising Federation invites college students to show off their talents at the two-day event. This year, 16 WT students combined with students from top universities…

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