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In the 1950s, a professor and a group of Texas Tech students gathered at Memorial Circle. They drank hot chocolate, sang Christmas carols and began a time honored Tech tradition.

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The annual Carol of Lights was hosted Tuesday, Nov. 30 at Memorial Circle and the science quad. This year was the 63rd annual Carol of Lights and the theme was “Walking in a Winter Raiderland.”

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Spur 327 is a four-person band based in Lubbock. Their band consists of Todd Chambers on drums, Heath Stewart on lead vocals and rhythm guitar and Andy Hackney, lead guitar and vocals.

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From when she was little until she became recruitable, junior Bryn Gerlich has been coached by her mother. Now, the 6-foot forward is playing for her mother at Texas Tech. 

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The Tech Martial Arts Club hosted a self-defense seminar for Texas Tech students and Lubbock locals to learn basic self-defense skills at the Recreation Center.   

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As the holidays approach and people go out to bars in greater numbers than usual, the need for bar safety education increases. Alcohol poisoning, drink tampering, drunk driving and sexual assault are just some of the many dangers that can come with a fun night out.

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Over the years, Texas Tech students have found and shared several legends about ghosts who allegedly haunt campus.

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With Halloween coming up, many Texas Tech students are preparing to dress up. As the holiday approaches, however, costumes tend to get more expensive.

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The thrill of a chainsaw sounding, the eeriness of the dark and distant screams are all staples of a good haunted house.

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The Cash Family Sports Nutrition Center, which opened in 2020, provides student athletes opportunities to be successful before they enter game day. 

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This year’s Oktoberfest was hosted Sunday, Oct. 17 from 12 to 6 p.m. at 701 Regis Street. This year’s musical line-up consisted of Junior Vasquez, Tatum Sheets, Mark Wallney and Darren Welch, Joy Harris and Ryan Spivey.

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This year’s 10th annual Josh Abbott Band Festival began Friday, Oct. 15 and will continue Saturday, Oct. 16 at the Lonestar Amphitheater in Lubbock. Gates opened at 6 p.m. on Friday and will open 4 p.m. on Saturday.

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One day, around 2 a.m., John Sellers called his former Texas Tech professor Rashid B. Al-Hmoud, an associate professor of economics and director of graduate studies for the department. Al-Hmoud thought this was strange, but realized Sellers probably was not aware he and his family were on th…

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Family members of fallen Red Raiders gathered at Memorial Circle on Thursday, Oct. 7, to remember their loved ones during the annual TECHsan Memorial. They were joined by members of numerous organizations on campus as well as university faculty, staff and students. 

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As a member of The Saddle Tramps, Brandt Schneider said he starts his game preparation at 6 p.m. the Thursday before a football game day, where Saddle Tramps tend to their weekly traditions on home game days. 

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As a senior feature twirler at Texas Tech, Abigail Morgan, a fourth-year biology major from Gonzales, Texas, said she starts her day on game days at 9:30 a.m. to have brunch with her parents before the day’s events.

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Texas Tech University Career Center hosted its annual fall semester mocktail party from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6 at the McKenzie-Merket Alumni Center. The mocktail party offered students and alumni the opportunity to learn about professional networking.

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On Tuesday, Oct. 5, the Student Organization Sing competition was hosted at the United Supermarkets Arena. S.O. Sing is an annual event hosted by the Student Activities Board that showcases dancing and singing by Texas Tech’s student organizations.

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The Student Organization Sing event is an annual Texas Tech Homecoming tradition where students in organizations compete in a singing competition. Each organization performs a number based on the Homecoming theme, Flashback Films: 2000–2010.

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The Broadway entrance of campus is lined with this year's student organization spirit boards for the annual Homecoming Spirit Boards and Banners competition. The banners will be displayed in the Student Union Building courtyard until Monday, Oct. 11.

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Saddle Tramps, Jake Van Horn and Gage Brockman discuss changes they've made this football season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Saddle Tramps have been a part of Texas Tech traditions for 84 years and are now having to adjust those traditions.

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As the holidays approach and people go out to bars in greater numbers than usual, the need for bar safety education increases. Alcohol poisoning, drink tampering, drunk driving and sexual assault are just some of the many dangers that can come with a fun night out.

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Over the years, Texas Tech students have found and shared several legends about ghosts who allegedly haunt campus.

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With Halloween coming up, many Texas Tech students are preparing to dress up. As the holiday approaches, however, costumes tend to get more expensive.

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The thrill of a chainsaw sounding, the eeriness of the dark and distant screams are all staples of a good haunted house.

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The Cash Family Sports Nutrition Center, which opened in 2020, provides student athletes opportunities to be successful before they enter game day. 

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This year’s Oktoberfest was hosted Sunday, Oct. 17 from 12 to 6 p.m. at 701 Regis Street. This year’s musical line-up consisted of Junior Vasquez, Tatum Sheets, Mark Wallney and Darren Welch, Joy Harris and Ryan Spivey.

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This year’s 10th annual Josh Abbott Band Festival began Friday, Oct. 15 and will continue Saturday, Oct. 16 at the Lonestar Amphitheater in Lubbock. Gates opened at 6 p.m. on Friday and will open 4 p.m. on Saturday.