Members of the Amarillo College Baptist Student Ministry group aren’t always looking to preach, convert, or study. On Feb. 13, they hosted an open Valentine’s event for AC students who may not have gone otherwise. The event is a spin-off of the West Texas A&M Valentine’s Day event.
For 31 years, the Creative Mind Humanities Lecture Series has brought scholars to speak about a variety of topics. This year, lectures are featuring political cartoonists and their significance in history.
Dr. David Rausch Jr., the Teel Bivins professor of political science at West Texas A&M University, spoke on the significance of political cartoons in history on Jan. 30. Two more speakers are scheduled in the following weeks.