October 12, 2017
Red Raiders are gearing up to celebrate homecoming week.
This year’s homecoming will kick off Monday (Oct. 16) and end Oct. 21 with the football game against Iowa State at Jones AT&T Stadium.
During Texas Tech University’s homecoming, themed “Tales of Texas Tech: Published 1923,” the university will host several events for students, alumni and the Lubbock community to participate in, all based around the theme.
“Homecoming week is an important time for the Texas Tech community to come together and celebrate the university’s history and the role it plays in all of our lives,” Claire Maginness, associate director of Student Union & Activities, said. “This year, the theme is a play on the story of Texas Tech through the years and invites student organizations to pick a storybook to base their theme around.”
The homecoming week events include:
In the event of inclement weather, the parade and bonfire will be cancelled.
For a full schedule of events, visit the Texas Tech homecoming website.
The Center for Campus Life offers programs and services that enrich the Red Raider experience by focusing on student transitions, the university and campus traditions, establishing positive relationships with students and families, and maintaining collaborative partnerships.
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