Tested by fire, arisen from the ashes

Jonas Leon Rios Prairie Reporter Web Editor’s Note: Click here for more pics of the church! Pastor Harold L. Waldow exclaimed, “Be Not Afraid,” on Feb. 26, 2007, when he stood alongside hundreds of parish members and others who gathered to display continued strength and support to a church that stood no more. Several hours…

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Fall Fashion: What’s HOT and what’s NOT

Throughout the ages, fashion continually remains one of America’s mainstream focuses. From First Lady Jackie Kennedy, to rap star Sean “Puffy” Combs, to the icon “only one word needed” Cher, people can’t help but stay in tune to current trends. On the flip side, there are trashy celebrities trying to makes waves in the industry:…

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Lady Buff Soccer Kicks Off Season 3-1

Megan Gerber Sports Reporter Lady Buff soccer saw two games this weekend in Commerce. A tie against the Central Missouri Jennies (1-1) on Friday and a win against the Texas A&M International Dustdevils on Sunday brought the Lady Buffs to a 3-0-1 record. The Lady Buffs topped the NSCAA/Adidas South Central Region Polls on September…

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What’s On My Mind? – Parking

Sam Carter Opinion Writer 8:45 a.m. I’m groggy and my still picking the crusties out of my eyes (don’t act like you don’t get them too). I gripping the wheel trying to remember if I have my homework finished for my class in 15 minutes and all the while I’m doing an extensive search for…

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In & Out – Local/Campus Events

Beka Rutledge Assistant Editor Week’s Event – Free Movie Night Bored on weekends? This weekend will feature some free entertainment. Sunday night the Varsity Theatre (located on 4th and 23rd) is having a free movie night, as it does every other Sunday throughout the semester. The feature film will be “Aliens in the Attic.” The…

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Guess what’s back? Burger Bonanza

Sam Carter Staff reporter Students at WTAMU spent the last week of the spring semester without the comfort of knowing that McNuggets and Big Macs awaited them across the street. McDonald’s closed down for renovations this past summer and a new stone shrine to Ronald rose from the rubble. Customers can now enjoy their food…

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Letter from the Editor: Religion & Parking

During our meeting this week, many ideas were discussed about religion and parking. Two completely different topics, I know, but two very important topics especially affecting us in this area. You will see in this week’s edition two main stories are covering these issues. As we all know, parking isn’t great at this University, but…

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