In the moment

Stephanie Fowler Staff writer Last Tuesday, “Yes We Can” chants rang from Capital Hill and echoed throughout the United States as President Barack Obama was sworn into office. Along with the crowds in Washington D.C., one recent WTAMU graduate experienced the ceremony in person. “We decided the day after the election to try and get…

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PPHM begins year with changes

Ashley Miller Assistant Editor Check out the pictures for this story! The WTAMU Alumni Association has recently acquired an interim director following the resignation of former director, J. Frank Kiker, in December. Jennifer Ashley, senior development officer, was chosen to replace Kiker until a permanent replacement can be found. Dr. Neil Weaver, vice president of…

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Association names interim director

Randi Larson News Editor The WTAMU Alumni Association has recently acquired an interim director following the resignation of former director, J. Frank Kiker, in December. Jennifer Ashley, senior development officer, was chosen to replace Kiker until a permanent replacement can be found. Dr. Neil Weaver, vice president of institutional advancement, helped choose Ashley to serve…

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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 Canyon seeing the first signs of a real winter. Yes, that is snow outside. Hooves down to weather changes causing…

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Hitler ideals alive in “Repent Amarillo”

Eva Harder Prairie reporter “As Christians, we cannot stand by and watch 67,000 of our neighbors walking through the gates of hell.” This is the mission statement of “Repent Amarillo,” a new source of local controversy that is sparking debate all across Canyon and Amarillo. The group is dedicated to cleansing Amarillo of pagan, sexual…

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Coffee shop makes friends at Library

Randi Larson News Editor Pippa’s Coffee Shop in Cornette Library recently changed management. The shop is now being run by the staff of the library, as opposed to its previous management under the campus food service. “The library is hoping to realize some savings in operating the coffee shop,” Paul Coleman, university librarian, said. We…

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