Universities focusing more on transgender needs

  Questions regarding comfortable living situations for transgender students are not commonly encountered on the WT campus, partially because students and administration together have not thought to ask them. However, with growing awareness of the LGBTQIA community across college campuses in the country, the time we can inquire is now. Universities must adapt to be…

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WTAMU faces rival Midwestern team this week

Riding a three game winning streak by dumping McMurry on Homecoming, the West Texas A&M Buffalo football team has a challenge looming on the horizon. That challenge is in the form of Lone Star Conference rival Midwestern Mustangs come Oct. 11 at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium. “They’re playing good second quarters and good fourth quarters,” Head…

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WTAMU student enrollment continues to grow

West Texas A&M University has increased significantly and sits at the highest level of enrollment in history. Students enrolled aren’t just coming from Texas, but are coming from almost everywhere. “Fifty-seven percent of our out of state students come from five states.  Those states are New Mexico, Colorado, California, Oklahoma, and Kansas,” Jarvis Hampton, Director…

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Plus INT #35 Show Notes

Want to listen to this episode? Click here! This episode was recorded on September 30, 2014. This episode is 26.1 MB. This episode is 57 minutes long. This episode uses the songs The Journalist (live) and Yellow Dust by Rolemusic. This track was found on Free Music Archive and is used under a Creative Commons…

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35 – But WHY?


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This week, Preston and Gabriel try to figure out why in the world anyone would want to make a Tetris movie. There’s also talk of the next Windows OS, Hyper Light Drifter, and Age of Ultron — but seriously. We’re still baffled by the Tetris thing.


Embrace your political power by casting a ballot

            November just around the corner and the mid-term elections along with it. A student can spend endless hours debating the merits of one party, candidate or issue but it’s all hot air if that student does not exercise their political power. Young people between the ages of 18 and 24 have historically been the…

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Varsity Theatre, a Canyon landmark, has closed

On Sept. 20, 1948 Varsity Theatre opened with the premier of “Triple Threat”. Sixty-six years later, the theatre closed its doors. In late August, the theatre officially shut down due to lack of funding for necessary repairs. According to many students, the Varsity Theatre was an integral piece of Canyon’s legacy. “You go down to…

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WT mens soccer wins again

Despite possessing a young team, the West Texas A&M men’s soccer teams have been able to re- bound after having a three game winning streak snapped by St. Edwards on Sept. 20. As of Sept. 30, the Buffs soccer team have gotten back on the right track,followinga2-1 victory over Oklahoma Chrisian on Sept. 25 and…

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Rabb settles into QB role

  [Web Editor's note: Updated to longer version] Since 2011, there had been a professor heading the West Texas A&M football team. You may know him, as he shattered Lone Star Conference and NCAA Division II records, led the Buffaloes to deep playoff runs, was a Harlon Hill Award runner-up and is currently signed with…

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