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Area High School Students Compete in Robot Challenge

Whitacre College of Engineering sponsors the event.

Iyengar to Discuss Media and Politics for Morris Distinguished Lecture Series

The Stanford University professor has authored numerous books on the subject.

Instant Replay Becomes Staple of Sports Television Viewing Experience

Texas Tech lab research examines instant replay impact on viewer perception and emotion.

Texas Tech University School of Law Hosts 7th Court of Appeals

The court will hear cases brought from appeal from the state’s lower courts.

Texas Tech’s Top Culinarians to Compete at the Super Bowl of Chili

Chefs and cooks from Hospitality Services will compete for the best recipe on campus.

Texas Tech Hosts Journalist and Best-Selling Author

Rawls College of Business presents a lecture by George Anders.

Fiddler Brings Traditional Irish Sound to School of Music

Randal Bays, who plays both fiddle and guitar, is considered one of the best of his trade.

Texas Tech Hosts Whirling Dervishes of Rumi

The performance will take place in the Allen Theatre.

Finnish Comedy Subject of Second International Film Series Screening

Directed by Ruben Ostlund, “Force Majeure” follows a family’s vacation escapades.

IFS Opens Spring Season With Viewing of Fellini Drama La Strada

Peter Bondanella will give a lecture on Fellini prior to the screening.

Expert: Martin Luther King’s Vision Makes Progress, Still Not Fulfilled

King’s message of interracial harmony is still relevant today.

Film, Pop Culture Experts Available to Discuss Oscar Nominations

The Internet needed less than an hour to get angry about the Oscars’ “The Lego Movie” snub. Were any other movies, actors or directors ignored for political or other reasons? Will this year be the year Wes Anderson, director of “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” finally wins an Oscar? Or will “Selma,” with all that is [...]

Texas Tech University School of Law Hosting Energy Law Symposium

The event will feature discussion on current and future trends and tendencies impacting the oil and gas industry.

Burkhart Center, Hospitality Services Cutting Ribbon for Quiznos Restaurant

Students from the center, who are on the autism spectrum, will staff the sandwich shop.

Texas Tech Announces Road Closures

Two streets will be closed over the holiday break.

Texas Tech University Libraries Receives New Collection

ThinkTech added conference proceedings to its repository in October.

Musicians Bring Celtic Christmas to Texas Tech in Annual Concert

The Caprock Celtic Christmas concert highlights traditional song and dance from Ireland, Scotland, England, Wales and Hungary.

56th Annual Carol of Lights Celebration Coming Tuesday

Everyone is invited to celebrate the holiday season with Texas Tech University in person or online as more than 20,000 colored lights illuminate the campus.

International Film Series Schedules Final Screening of Fall Semester

“Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale” puts a new twist on Christmas theme.

Texas Tech Faculty String Quartet Continuing Beethoven Performances

The concert is part of a series featuring Beethoven’s early string quartets.