WTAMU reaches $35 million mark

WTAMU set a goal and reached it. For the past five years, the top of the WTAMU website home page has had a graph representing the money that has been raised. West Texas, its students, community and alumni have finally reached their goal of $35 million. Brittany Castillo, a WT student and Lead WT member,…

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Western Writer Series hosts Rick Bass

The Western Writer series partnered with the Department of English Haley Professorship, Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum and Cornette Library in hosting Rick Bass, American writer and environmental activist, as part of the Distinguished Lecture Series Jan. 23-24. “We are always happy to collaborate with the English department and the library to host an author of his…

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Review: Doctor Sleep by Stephen King

Even the most voracious reader would find the task of reading the complete works of Stephen King daunting at best. The native New England author, who published his first novel in 1973, isn’t helping the difficulty of the task much either. Released September of last year, Doctor Sleep adds to the ever growing list of…

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“Pastoral” art exhibition visits WTAMU

The formal art gallery in Mary Moody Northen Hall is featuring unique art from Jan. 16 through Feb. 15. Victoria Taylor-Gore, artist and WTAMU alumni, shows off her photograph and video collages with a twist. Taylor – Gore uses unique ways with photographs, video of miniature sets, and plastic toys in the landscapes of West…

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Career Services gives students a hand

Career Services is one of the many places on campus that can help students. They offer assistance to students seeking part-time or full-time jobs and internships, many workshops to assist in professional development, job fairs and career guidance. For students who are looking for a part-time job on or off campus, Career Services is a…

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Lady Buffs extend their winning streak

The No. 7 West Texas A&M Lady Buffs continue a strong run through the Lone Star Conference by defeating No. 17 Tarleton State 82-60 at the First United Bank Center in Canyon on Jan. 22 before dismantling Texas A&M-Commerce in Commerce 99-56 on Jan. 25 and taking care of Texas Woman’s University in Denton, 81-65…

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School of Music

The WTAMU School of Music will continue a long standing tradition this Thursday, January 31. This tradition is Music Career Day, which has happened on campus longer than anyone can remember. The School of Music hosts Music Career Day every year to help high school students understand how the music program works, as well as…

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