Privacy concerns arise after improper photo case

After the improper photography incident that happened on Jan. 21, some students have had questions about the full scope of their privacy. Students wonder what privacy is guaranteed in places such as residence halls when someone who doesn’t work for the university can roam wherever they please. The residence halls turn into students’ home away…

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Public forum inspires change

West Texas A&M University’s Political Science Club hosted a public forum titled Profiling: Why? last Thursday night in the Senate Chamber inside of the Jack B. Kelley Student Center beginning at 6:30 p.m. Many campus organizations were represented at the event, such as the Black Men’s Association, the Black Women’s Association, the Hispanic Student Association…

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Communication Department hosts annual Communication Week

The spring semester is in full force, and in the Department of Communication at West Texas A&M University it is time to celebrate with a week of events.  The Mass Communication and Communication programs, respectively, team up once a year for the annual Communication Week, or “Comm Week.”  This weeklong, event-filled endeavor is put together…

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44 – Flying Muffins and People Pie

Plus INT Logo (Square Version). Art by Chris Brockman.

Plus INT Logo (Square Version). Art by Chris Brockman.

For show notes on this episode, click here!

This week on Plus INT, PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5 PERSONA 5, Bioware’s “Shadow Realms” has passed into the shadows, Bethesda’s holding their first E3 Conference in June, and Spider-Man is finally joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Plus INT Episode #44 Show Notes

Want to listen to this episode? Click here! This episode was recorded on February 10th, 2015. This episode is 31.5 MB. This episode is 50 minutes long. This episode uses the songs The Journalist (live) and Yellow Dust by Rolemusic. These tracks were found on Free Music Archive and are used under a Creative Commons…

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Capturing the human form by way of live model

Fast Company reported in 2014 that, “Since 1932, Disney has been the only entertainment studio to continue an unbroken tradition of offering free life drawing classes for its artists within its studios. The idea is that understanding and capturing the anatomy and sense of motion from a live model improves animated drawings and gestures.”  …

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