Pros vs. Joes

So, how good are the so-called sports guys at the Prairie? Pros VS Joes pits WTAMU faculty, staff and students against the Prairie sports writers to see who really knows more about sports. THE PROS: Jason Poland, Prairie Sports Editor Justin Parker, Prairie Sports Reporter FACULTY JOE: Dr. Hector Garza, Assistant Professor of Spanish STUDENT…

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Buffs crush NSU Riverhawks

Justin Parker Prairie reporter The WTAMU Buffaloes added another notch to the win column Saturday, with a 59-9 victory over the Northeastern State Riverhawks. WT also moved one step closer to a playoff birth. The Buffs had a strong showing on both sides of the ball with the offense racking up 452 total yards, while…

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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 Barack Obama being the first African-American elected to President of the United States. • Hooves down to American…

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Campus Talk: What question do you want answered?

Allison Smith Bilingual Education, Sophomore Is there an afterlife? Richard Glenn Mechanical Engineering, Junior Why do we not have a baseball field on the WT campus? Sergio Marquez Sports & Exercise Sciences, Junior Why can’t you use your dining dollars at the Caf and your meal plan at the JBK? Chantel Pearson General Studies, Sophomore…

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Staff Editorial: Back to normal: After-election conversations still strongly politically-driven

Election, election, Obama’s radical priest, election, election, Sarah Palin’s $150,000 wardrobe, election, election. Yes – you can breathe now, it’s all over. No matter how passionate you are – your opinion doesn’t matter any more because the majority spoke – we have a new president. Now, after being released of this political prison, we can…

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Readership winners prepare for Zambia

Paul Timmens Staff writer When the 13 candidates from the readership contest entered the Frank M. Blackburn Reading Room in the Cornette Library Friday afternoon, they had no idea what was about to happen. They had been through stressful and lengthy interviews all day, and were expecting one more interview with the Poland winners from…

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