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In May 2016, Dana Jennings graduated from the College of Media & Communication with a bachelor’s degree in public relations. She spent the following year in the College of Media & Communication’s 30-hour master’s program.

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Amanda Miller, a senior biochemistry major from Plano, spent her summer at Harvard University conducting research as a 2017 Amgen Scholar. This experience opened doors for her future career.

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David Weindorf, a professor in Texas Tech’s department of Plant and Soil Science, was named a fellow of the Soil Science Society of America.

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For most students, coming to a four-year university can be an overwhelming experience. There are many aspects of college life students must get used to, including meeting new people, developing healthy study habits and eventually networking for a career after graduation.

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For prospective students wondering if Texas Tech is the right school for them, Tech’s campus tour program can potentially provide an answer.

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Jonathan Marks, a professor in the School of Theatre & Dance and director of the musical “Heathers: The Musical,” has had a long and elite career in the theater industry.

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The School of Art at Texas Tech enumerates several notable alumni who, after graduation, have taken different paths in the art world.

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Making an album while working a full-time job is a challenging feat. Curtis Peoples, an archivist for Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, recorded an album in the midst of working because of the passion he has for writing and performing music.

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Coming from a rural town, Wesley Thorp, a junior universal studies major from Throckmorton, followed in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps and started participating in rodeos at a young age. Now, Thorp is the current national champion in team roping along with his partner Cole Wheeler.

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While typically college students stick to a diet of ramen noodles and fast food, one student cooks his own healthy food, and he has self-published his own cookbook of those healthy recipes.

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Being around students who have gone through recovery can have an impact on an individual. For Thomas Kimball, the director for the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities, these students have made a direct impact on his life.

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In 1956, about 8,000 students were enrolled at Texas Tech, and while many of these students would graduate and leave the college for their careers, one freshman would become a legacy for his work at the university.

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Dan Pope has been a large part of Texas Tech and the Lubbock community since his enrollment in 1981, and since graduating he has gone on to become a successful businessman and a inspiration for students seeking to travel down a similar path.

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Ashlyn Tubbs, former writer for The Daily Toreador and current news reporter at KCBD-TV, said she has been writing since her childhood and got heavily involved with it in middle school.

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The American Institute of Architecture Students created a competition to allow students in the College of Architecture to design and build a desk for a security worker on the ground floor of the Architecture building.

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During game days in football season, the Texas Tech campus is alive and buzzing with spirit as everyone heads to Jones AT&T Stadium to enjoy the game featuring the Red Raiders.

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Different inspirations for projects can come from any experience a person had, and those inspirations can lead to success on a project.

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Texas Tech students have a variety of media outlets available to them, but KTTZ, the Tech public radio station, is one that prides itself on providing students and the Lubbock community with a high standard of news and expression of the arts.

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Judiciary, a hardcore band based out of Lubbock, is heading on tour in May and will perform in San Antonio and along the West Coast for its new EP, “The Axis of Equality,” which was released in January.

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The few students and advisers in the classroom stood to face the American flag in front of them, only instead of speaking the Pledge of Allegiance, they complete the pledge in sign language. This is the start to a regular meeting for the Tech Lions Club, a newly formed service organization o…

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Ryan Litsey, an associate librarian who is head of Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery at Texas Tech, received the Library Journal’s 2016 Movers and Shakers award. This award, which was in the subcategory of technology, was given because of his work on Occam’s Reader.

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Sean Townsend, a senior political science major from McKinney, used to play soccer for the Texas Tech men’s soccer club, he said, but then he found a sport that requires intense focus, physical agility and a broomstick.

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The Texas Tech Citibus system was implemented to make it easier for students to get around the campus. Different bus drivers, ranging from students to retirees, drive students to locations around campus.

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Texas Tech is one of the first universities to go with a paperless parking system, and this means there is a large amount of technology involved with university parking.

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The Texas Tech Cheer squads have some of the most recognizable faces on campus.  The coaches and mentors directing these squads are the unseen faces behind the scenes of every game and competition performance.  

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Nicole Dunn, a senior personal financial planning major from Coppell, and Shelby Huber, a senior personal financial planning major from Keller, were chosen to participate in TD Ameritrade’s annual National LINC Conference in Orlando, Florida, in February.

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Justin Rex, a junior electronic media and communication major from Houston, was selected as a finalist for the 36th annual college and high school photography contest from Photographer’s Forum magazine.

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The Aggie of the Month award is an award given by the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources to students who do outstanding work within the college and their student organizations.

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Texas Tech is nationally recognized as an institution that provides a level of higher education to students after their high school experience. That same opportunity is given to students in different levels of schooling.

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For Samantha Biffle, the educational intern for the Moody Planetarium, most of her time there has been spent watching renovations come to life.

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Jonathan Marks, a professor in the School of Theatre & Dance and director of the musical “Heathers: The Musical,” has had a long and elite career in the theater industry.

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The School of Art at Texas Tech enumerates several notable alumni who, after graduation, have taken different paths in the art world.

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Making an album while working a full-time job is a challenging feat. Curtis Peoples, an archivist for Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, recorded an album in the midst of working because of the passion he has for writing and performing music.

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Coming from a rural town, Wesley Thorp, a junior universal studies major from Throckmorton, followed in his father’s and grandfather’s footsteps and started participating in rodeos at a young age. Now, Thorp is the current national champion in team roping along with his partner Cole Wheeler.

  • 1

While typically college students stick to a diet of ramen noodles and fast food, one student cooks his own healthy food, and he has self-published his own cookbook of those healthy recipes.

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Being around students who have gone through recovery can have an impact on an individual. For Thomas Kimball, the director for the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities, these students have made a direct impact on his life.

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In 1956, about 8,000 students were enrolled at Texas Tech, and while many of these students would graduate and leave the college for their careers, one freshman would become a legacy for his work at the university.

web only
  • 1

Dan Pope has been a large part of Texas Tech and the Lubbock community since his enrollment in 1981, and since graduating he has gone on to become a successful businessman and a inspiration for students seeking to travel down a similar path.

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Ashlyn Tubbs, former writer for The Daily Toreador and current news reporter at KCBD-TV, said she has been writing since her childhood and got heavily involved with it in middle school.

  • 3

The American Institute of Architecture Students created a competition to allow students in the College of Architecture to design and build a desk for a security worker on the ground floor of the Architecture building.

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During game days in football season, the Texas Tech campus is alive and buzzing with spirit as everyone heads to Jones AT&T Stadium to enjoy the game featuring the Red Raiders.

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Different inspirations for projects can come from any experience a person had, and those inspirations can lead to success on a project.