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Masked Rider Celebrates 60th Anniversary

Masked Rider Celebrates 60th Anniversary

August 29, 2014

From its bold beginning, program evolved into one of the most recognizable mascots in the country.

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Picnic with the President Welcomes Students Back to Campus

Picnic with the President Welcomes Students Back to Campus

August 27, 2014

President Nellis, wife Ruthie and Texas Tech staff greets Red Raiders with a complimentary lunch.

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Saving Lives in Africa

Saving Lives in Africa

August 27, 2014

Professors help Malawian village combat iron deficiency with a sustainable goat production program.

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Bad dog? Professor Develops Smelly Tool to Stop That!

Bad dog? Professor Develops Smelly Tool to Stop That!

August 26, 2014

(VIDEO) Texas Tech professor discovers a pig pheromone that can stop dogs from barking, jumping.

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Welcome Back to Campus; Here's What You Missed

Welcome Back to Campus; Here's What You Missed

August 25, 2014

From national honors to a new food truck and residence hall, Texas Tech was busy over summer break.

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Recent Stories

Texas Tech Dean of Libraries Embarks on New Chapter

Donald Dyal, retiring after 13 years, led University Libraries into a digital age of learning and research.

Texas Tech Dean of Libraries Embarks on New Chapter

Texas Tech, Community Officials Celebrate National Designation

School recently was named an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.

Texas Tech, Community Officials Celebrate National Designation

Student Spotlight: Brazilian Freshmen Stay True to Texas Tech

They are the first graduates from the TTUISD program in Brazil to also enroll at the university.

Student Spotlight: Brazilian Freshmen Stay True to Texas Tech

Texas Secretary of State Visits, Encourages College Vote

Texas Tech was the first stop of the Vote Texas campus tour.

Texas Secretary of State Visits, Encourages College Vote

A Double T Tribute

What better way to bring in a new academic year than celebrating Texas Tech’s iconic logo.

A Double T Tribute

Raider Red Meats Hosting Fourth Annual Barbecue Cookoff

Organizers are also looking for volunteer judges for the event.

Raider Red Meats Hosting Fourth Annual Barbecue Cookoff

Rawls College of Business Professor Earns Top Honor from Mortar Board

The Texas Tech Forum Chapter of Mortar Board also received the Gold Torch Award and Project Excellence Award.

Rawls College of Business Professor Earns Top Honor from Mortar Board

Students Prepare to ‘Wreck ‘Em’ for Football Season

Red Raiders ready to take over Jones AT&T Stadium with movie night and live music.

Students Prepare to ‘Wreck ‘Em’ for Football Season

Professor Co-Authors Paper Challenging Employee-Retention Practices

Report shows reasons employees leave can’t necessarily be applied across the board.

Professor Co-Authors Paper Challenging Employee-Retention Practices

STEM-CORE Program Announces 21 Newly Named Affiliate Faculty

STEM Center for Outreach, Research and Education (STEM-CORE) widens ability to help community.

STEM-CORE Program Announces 21 Newly Named Affiliate Faculty

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TTU in the News
  • Mongabay - Next big idea in forest conservation? DNA fingerprinting trees to stem illegal logging

    Mongabay-As a professor at Texas Tech, Dr. Chuck Cannon has been, among other things, working to create a system of DNA fingerprinting for tropical trees to undercut the global illegal logging trade.

  • Slate.com - Who Owns Your iTunes Library After Death?

    Slate.com- Even if you reread your e-copy of The Hobbit twice a year for 10 years, you are no closer to owning it, and without Amazon’s permission, no closer to being able to hand it down to your children. Professor Gerry Beyer at Texas Tech University says that the Delaware statute does not override this feature of Amazon’s, or most, EULAs, which are protected by other forms of federal law. “The bill is not designed to change an asset you could not transfer into one you can,” he told me.

  • Rivard Report - Truck Stop in Hill Country Threatens Llano River

    Rivard Report-“I’d expect a new business coming to town would want to be a good neighbor and put in every available environmental protection to avoid harming this river we love so much,” said Dr. Thomas Arsuffi, a biologist and research professor at Texas Tech University’s CASNR Water Center in Junction. “We have enough information to know that 5 percent of impervious cover can have a negative impact on water quality. The truck stop will be 100 percent impervious cover.”

  • Discovery News - 'Pig Perfume' Stops Dogs From Behaving Badly

    Discovery News-The eau de oink, aka “Boar Mate” or “Stop That,” was formulated by Texas Tech scientist John McGlone, who was looking for a way to curb his Cairn terrier Toto’s non-stop barking. One spritz of the pig perfume seemed to do the trick in an instant without harming his dog.

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