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Tradition in Timelapse: Snapshots at the Seal

After commencement, many graduates return to the campus entrance for a final picture at the seal.

Written by Karin Slyker

More than 3,900 students graduated in Texas Tech University’s Spring Commencement Ceremonies May 17 and 18 at the United Spirit Arena.

Among the many traditions upheld during the weekend, parents take a final snapshot of their graduate in front of the seal.

Here is a timelapse video of Saturday’s busiest lawn on campus.

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Texas Tech University was founded in 1923, and its impact on the nation and world has been nonstop ever since.

The campus has grown, but a tradition of big thoughts, hard work and honor, evermore, still reside in every fiber of this institution. Upon its founding, Texas Tech University’s purpose was to bring the highest quality teaching to the horizons of West Texas.

Now as the state’s next premier research institution, we are shaping the world.

Join us as we celebrate 90 years of Texas Tech by experiencing our history through photos and videos.

Long Live the Matadors