December 31, 2015
Texas Tech University has experienced a year full of memorable moments, including record-breaking enrollment for the seventh straight year, student success and innovative research that contributes to the vision toward becoming a major national research university.
The following are the stories that readers found most interesting in 2015 on Texas Tech Today and Texas Tech’s YouTube channel.
The university's longest-serving horse worked 10 seasons alongside 11 Masked Riders.
Members of the Texas Tech community share personal memories from the day the F5 tornado hit Lubbock.
Chris Rodriguez is listed as an author of the biology research he started before his death in 2012.
Broadcaster Abner Euresti grew up believing Texas Tech would never be a part of his future.
The graduate of the business school has donated sponsorship of a Sprint Cup car at the Duck Commander 500 to his alma mater.
Senior Ashley Melero wanted to see the policy side of her field of social work, so she spent a month this summer in Washington interning on Capitol Hill.
The five students will have a chance to travel to India to see their business plan implemented for more than 105,000 Tibetan refugees living in India and Nepal.
Juniors Erin Beyer and Clay Bendele take the top two individual spots as Texas Tech edges Wyoming for its fourth national championship in the last five years.
Texas Tech becomes the first school to claim the meat and livestock judging national championship in the same year four times.
As the Red Raiders wrap up the final home football game of the season, so do the Midnight Raiders.
Texas Tech sociology professor Jerome Koch says body art may be a way of dissociating with one’s past.
The university is seeing a continual growth in many areas on campus.