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Diverse Student Population Rapidly Growing

Diverse Student Population Rapidly Growing

October 23, 2014

New enrollment record brings a higher number of Hispanic students among other groups.

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Texas Tech Hosts Family-Friendly Halloween Events

Texas Tech Hosts Family-Friendly Halloween Events

October 22, 2014

Texas Tech departments and organizations host Halloween events.

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First Autumn Festival Coming to Texas Tech

First Autumn Festival Coming to Texas Tech

October 22, 2014

Campus event will include arts, music, dancing and food from local vendors.

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All in the Family: Carruths Shared Special Masked Rider Bond

All in the Family: Carruths Shared Special Masked Rider Bond

October 17, 2014

Johnny Bob and Katie remain the only father and daughter to serve as beloved mascot.

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Cottage Dedicated As Place for Community Outreach

Cottage Dedicated As Place for Community Outreach

October 16, 2014

(VIDEO) After extensive renovations, the iconic building reopened to encourage community engagement.

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Recent Stories

World Music Fusion Band to Perform at Texas Tech

The Chicago-based Funkadesi plays unique, diverse music.

World Music Fusion Band to Perform at Texas Tech

Student Spotlight: Working to Change the World

Saba Nafees represents Texas Tech as White House and One Young World ambassador.

Student Spotlight: Working to Change the World

Texas Tech, Lubbock Team Up for Urban Stage Demonstration Project

A week long list of events hopes to highlight the potential of downtown sustainability.

Texas Tech, Lubbock Team Up for Urban Stage Demonstration Project

Researchers Help Ease Water Woes

(VIDEO) More efficient crop and irrigation methods may help South Plains ag producers.

Researchers Help Ease Water Woes

Alumni Spotlight: Red Raider Retires from Army After 40 Years

Deputy Commanding General Retired from the 412th Theater Engineer Command.

Alumni Spotlight: Red Raider Retires from Army After 40 Years

Open Teaching Concept to Hold Student Symposium

Event encourages students to explore diversity, featuring speakers from the Innocence Project of Texas.

Open Teaching Concept to Hold Student Symposium

Texas Tech Programs Rank in College Salary Report

Three degrees ranked in the top 20 in the Best Schools for Majors section.

Texas Tech Programs Rank in College Salary Report

Texas Tech Announces 2014 Homecoming King and Queen

Bailey Iverson and Holton Westbrook were crowned during halftime of the Texas Tech vs. Kansas game.

Texas Tech Announces 2014 Homecoming King and Queen

Texas Tech Hosts Week Without Violence Events

The campaign is also recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Texas Tech Hosts Week Without Violence Events

Noyce Grant Funds Program Encouraging STEM Students Interested in Teaching

Program is in collaboration with Lubbock ISD, South Plains College, Midland College and Odessa College.

Noyce Grant Funds Program Encouraging STEM Students Interested in Teaching

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TTU in the News
  • Huffington Post - Internet Infidelity: When a Poke Is More Than a Poke

    Huffington Post – A website exists for men and women who have experienced Internet infidelity and who wish to anonymously share their stories – to help others avoid such pain, or simply to vent. Researchers from the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Texas Tech University took it upon themselves to analyze a series of such stories.

  • The NonProfit Times - Aroma, Touch and Words All Boosted Giving

    The NonProfit Times – James, a professor of personal financial planning and Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, presented some of the latest findings on the science of giving during the Association of Fundraising Professionals 2014 International Conference on Fundraising in San Antonio, Texas earlier this year.

  • Joplin Regional Stockyards - Farmers’ biggest issue may be consumer expectations in the future

    Joplin Regional Stockyards – Our global, cross-functional team is led by Dr. Mike Apley at Kansas State University and Dr. Guy Loneragan at Texas Tech University.

  • Texas Tribune - Texas on Lonely Side of Battle Over Ozone Pollution

    Texas Tribune – Cohan, Haley and Jennifer Vanos, an assistant professor of atmospheric sciences at Texas Tech University, also take issue with another of Honeycutt’s assertions — that high ozone levels outside can’t do much harm because most people spend more than 90 percent of their time inside.

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