December 31, 2014
The Double T is not just a mark. It symbolizes everything that being a Red Raider is, the pride, honor and the family we all call our own.
Nothing says #IAmARedRaider like seeing the gorgeous Texas Tech campus from the air with the Matador Song.
For a 56th year, Texas Tech University's Carol of Lights celebration was a sight to behold, as 18 campus buildings lit up the night sky.
Texas Tech scientists recently discovered a new species of phytosaur, which is like a modern-day crocodile. The skull was found near Post, Texas, and is believed to be 210 million years old.
The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas Tech University has a new state-of-the-art facility.
Across campus our famous logo has many different looks. Here's a sampling of 46 Double Ts in 43 seconds.
Researchers at Texas Tech University have discovered why the quail population of the Rolling Plains is declining.
There is a lot of work that goes into the Texas Tech mascot's iconic ride before every home football game. The Masked Rider and Fearless Champion gave us an inside look at their game day journey to the Jones.
Texas Tech University officials held a ribbon cutting August 7th for the new resident hall, West Village.
On November 11, 1924, the cornerstone was set for the first building on the Texas Technological College campus. The administration building was soon a stunning landmark for Lubbock.