Horse judging team wins for the third straight year

Alicia Stanley Prairie Reporter The WTAMU horse judging team wins for the third year in a row at the All-American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio on Oct 15. “Judging is an exercise that is based upon decision making and a critical thinking processes that students go through,” Dr. John Pipkin, director of the equine…

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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 Buffalo’s Southwest Cafe finally opening and serving nice, cold drinks. • Hooves down to the concerned citizens of…

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Letter to the Editor: Cheating runs rampant

So, midterms were coming up again. As I was sitting in my night class, waiting for instructions on next week’s midterm, all around me people are joking about “pre-filled bluebooks.” Seems like a simple solution for a stress free A. Am I the only one who has a problem with this?  I am beginning to…

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Staff Editorial: Preparing for after-college

After a fun-filled weekend with the family, the dreaded “after-college” question never fails to come up. For four, five or even six years, we live in a pre-real-world state during college. Sure — we have a job, we live on our own, but our parents still support us. Soon December graduates will hang their gowns…

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