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Wind Researchers Receive $1.4 Million for Innovative Project

Wind Researchers Receive $1.4 Million for Innovative Project

September 25, 2014

Radar prototype aims to maximize efficiency of new and existing wind farms.

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Dance Program Approved by National Accreditation Agency

Dance Program Approved by National Accreditation Agency

September 25, 2014

Texas Tech is the only university in Texas with all four arts programs accredited.

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Texas Tech Once Again Named a Military Friendly School

Texas Tech Once Again Named a Military Friendly School

September 24, 2014

For the sixth-straight year the university is honored as an elite, post-secondary school for military.

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Texas Tech Enrollment Figures Shatter Previous Numbers

Texas Tech Enrollment Figures Shatter Previous Numbers

September 23, 2014

This represents the third-largest increase in a single year since the university opened in 1925.

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Students Create Custom Outfits for Conjoined Twins

Students Create Custom Outfits for Conjoined Twins

September 18, 2014

(VIDEO) The project served as a labor of love for Nicole Peacock and Emily Charlton.

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Paul McCartney One of Many Iconic Musicians to Visit Texas Tech

United Supermarkets Arena also hosted Elton John, George Strait, KISS and Aerosmith to name a few.

Paul McCartney One of Many Iconic Musicians to Visit Texas Tech

Garment Factory Workers Visit Texas Tech to Share Victory in Earning Fair Wages

Makers of Texas Tech apparel from the Dominican Republic to speak about human rights in the workplace.

Garment Factory Workers Visit Texas Tech to Share Victory in Earning Fair Wages

Ask the Experts:
What Can Yoga Do for You?

Jacalyn McComb explains the benefits during National Yoga Month.

Ask the Experts: What Can Yoga Do for You?

Greek Organization Task Force Created at Texas Tech

Lubbock community, university, system and student leaders will be identified to serve on the task force.

Greek Organization Task Force Created at Texas Tech

Texas Tech Unveils Renovated Red Raider Ballroom

(VIDEO) The facility will serve as an elegant and functional space for students to gather.

Texas Tech Unveils Renovated Red Raider Ballroom

Cheech Marin to Kick Off Presidential Lecture & Performance Series

Dancers, vocalists and musicians are among the performers for 2014-2015 lineup.

Cheech Marin to Kick Off Presidential Lecture & Performance Series

Texas Tech Wins Prestigious National Grounds Maintenance Award

The university’s Operations Division is honored for its landscaping efforts.

Texas Tech Wins Prestigious National Grounds Maintenance Award

COWamongus! Offers
Coach-Themed Hamburgers

Just in time for National Cheeseburger Day, Texas Tech coaches create their own signature burgers.

COWamongus! Offers Coach-Themed Hamburgers

Have a Business Idea? New Student Organization is Here to Help

TTIME provides innovation and entrepreneurial opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.

Have a Business Idea? New Student Organization is Here to Help

Former Masked Riders Convene for 60th Anniversary Celebration

The group was recognized on the field before the Texas Tech-Arkansas game.

Former Masked Riders Convene for 60th Anniversary Celebration

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TTU in the News
  • Lubbock Metro Leader - Nonwoven cotton could be used to clean oil spills

    Lubbock Metro Leader-Texas Tech University researchers recently discovered that low-grade cotton made into an absorbent nonwoven mat can collect up to 50 times its own weight in oil.

  • KTRH-Houston - Internet Has One Billion Websites Now

    KTRH-Houston – Every single second somebody, somewhere registers a new Internet website. Those who track things like this say we hit one-billion websites earlier this month. And, all that activity has caused some technical problems in recent weeks. Texas Tech pop culture expert Rob Weiner says it isn’t surprising.

  • SWPACA - Celebrate Banned Books Week

    SWPACA – Every year the American Library Association “celebrates” Banned Book Week, which takes place this year on September 21-27. Its focus is on the right of citizens to have the freedom to read whatever they want, away from the prying eye of the censor. Even in the so-called age of the “anything goes” Internet world, it seems the censors would still like to ban books from the libraries, classrooms, and other institutions.

  • Corpus Christi Caller-Times - Gov. Perry prosecutor: no blanket pass to not attend certain hearings

    Corpus Christi Caller-Times – Texas Tech University School of Law Criminal Law Professor Patrick Metze said for non-evidentiary hearings, which can be appointments to set up procedure, it is standard for people to be present, especially in a criminal setting.

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