Vaughan sets new record

During the first quarter of WTAMU’s 72-0 homecoming victory over the Marauders of Central State on Oct. 5, senior quarterback Dustin Vaughn became No. 1 in school history in passing yards, eclipsing the previous record of 9,799 yards set by Taylor Harris [2007-10]. After going 32 of 40 for 401 yards and a career-high seven…

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Buffs dominate Central State

The No. 4 WTAMU Buffalo football team gained 663 total yards of offense in a 72-0 Homecoming win against the Marauders of Central State on Oct. 5 at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon, Texas. Senior Dustin Vaughn also became WT’s all-time leading passer late in the first quarter as he passed Taylor Harris’ previous record…

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Buff News Brief

WT students, faculty, and staff are waiting for the arrival of the new parking spaces located south of the Virgil Henson Activities Center and behind Jones Hall. About three years ago, the university had a master plan to demolish the Silver Creek Apartments, which was purchased for $1,450,000, for additional parking spaces on the east…

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CORE Office helps get students involved

Campus Organizations, Resources and Entertainment, also known as the CORE, has started off the semester with a wide variety of events including a tie dye event, a free movie night, Tuesday’s at the Tank, and Taste of Mexico. “The CORE Office does more for WT than most people know. Like the name says, it is…

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Buff Feature Brief

BOOM! Went the drum. The crowd fell instantly silent as the deep wave of vibration reverberated around the room. A drummer, dressed in traditional Vietnamese clothing stood alone in front of the crowd. WTAMU’s Vietnamese Student Association hosted the Full Moon Festival on Sept. 21 at Baptist Student Ministries. Traditionally the festival was a celebration…

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Art Department holds annual Night Blow

Last Friday evening was the West Texas A&M University Art Club’s fifth annual Night Blow event.  The evening consisted of three visiting artists from Seattle, Washington who together made two glass pieces. The visiting artists were Charlie Parriott, Katrina Houde and Courtney Branam.  Night Blow is a fund-raising event for the WT Art Club; the…

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Volleyball extends winning steak to six

The No. 12-ranked WTAMU volleyball team won all three games played this past week to extend their winning streak to six games.  The Lady Buffs swept New Mexico Highlands on Sep. 21 [25-16, 25-16, 25-22], swept Arkansas Fort Smith on Sep. 27 [25-18, 25-16, 25-17] and defeated St. Mary’s in four sets on Sep. 28…

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Buffs rout Javelinas in Kingsville

The No. 4 WTAMU Buffalo football team traveled down to Kingsville, Texas, for a matchup of 3-0 teams against the Texas A&M-Kingsville Javelinas on Sept. 28 at Javelina Stadium. The Buffs got touchdowns from their offense, defense and special teams en route to a 69-7 blowout of the Javelinas. The first quarter ended with WT…

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Homecoming Game Preview

The No. 4 WTAMU Buffalo football team will host the Central State Marauders for Homecoming 2013 at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon on Oct. 5. For those who may be wondering whom Central State is and where they’re from, here is some helpful information. CSU is located in Wilberforce, Ohio. The Marauders are members of…

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Buff News Brief

National Hazing Prevention Week began Sept. 23 and ended Sept. 26. Hazing is when a person, or student, is bullied and ridiculed in an embarrassing manner. PULSE and UPD organized events on Sept. 24 that took place in the JBK Commons. Events included games and balloon signings to raise awareness of hazing at WTAMU. “It…

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