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As many students attend this spring semester in various forms, buses running on a different schedule, and Limes nowhere in sight, students who are attending in-person classes may find getting to classes on time to be difficult. Senate Resolution 56.83 aims to assist students in this struggle.

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According to a release made by the City of Lubbock, on Jan. 27, the City of Lubbock  Public Health Department ran a COVID-19 vaccine clinic and continued to focus on citizens meeting the 1A and 1B guidelines detailed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. 1,828 individuals obtaine…

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Beginning Jan. 28, there will be three car crash investigations beginning at 8:30 a.m. according to a release made by the City of Lubbock Police Department. 

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The City of Lubbock Public Health Department conducted COVID-19 vaccine clinics Jan.19-21, focusing on individuals within the Phase 1A and 1B guidelines, according to a release made by the City of Lubbock this morning. 4,996 people were vaccinated during this clinic.

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While positive cases in Lubbock are averaging between 100 and 200 cases a day, City of Lubbock officials hosted a virtual press conference on Wednesday to discuss vaccinations and new information.

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Jessica Sara Helmers has died at the age of 19. She was a junior human development and family science major form Austin.

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At the beginning of the fall semester for the 2020-21 school year, many questioned how classes will adapt to the new normal that is associated with COVID-19. As the fall semester neared, Texas Tech announced they will be offering a mixture of face-to-face, online and hybrid instruction. 

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Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope is hosting a virtual Coffee with the Mayor starting at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, according to a release made by the City of Lubbock.

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According to the City of Lubbock press release on Friday, 4,986 individuals have received their first round of the COVID-19 vaccine from the first five clinics the city have hosted.

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As the number of COVID-19 cases in Lubbock continues on the trend of 250 cases a day, City of Lubbock officials hosted a virtual press conference on Wednesday to discuss new information about vaccinations.

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According to an email from Texas Tech, a statement was made by President Lawrence Schovanec and Chancellor Tedd Mitchell regarding the death of Texas Tech Police Sgt. Ricky Eade. A Facebook post made by the Texas Attorney General Peace Officer's Association confirmed Eade died due to COVID-1…

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Madeline Diffee, digital content manager, is back on a new day of the week to give you the rundown about what's happening in Raiderland. Check back with us every Thursday for your weekly Raider Rundown. Don't forget to check out our website for our in-depth coverage.

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Madeline Diffee, digital content manager, talks about football, COVID-19 and more in this week's episode of Raider Rundown. Check back with us every Monday to get your rundown of all things Texas Tech.

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In order to keep campus safe and open everyone at Texas Tech needs to know and follow CDC guidelines. Here are some tips on how to keep safe during the pandemic.

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Amid many changes to Texas Tech's campus in order to reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic, Transportation and Parking Services has modified bus routes. Along with new routes and running times, sanitization and COVID-19 safety efforts have been implemented.

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While positive cases in Lubbock are averaging between 100 and 200 cases a day, City of Lubbock officials hosted a virtual press conference on Wednesday to discuss vaccinations and new information.

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Jessica Sara Helmers has died at the age of 19. She was a junior human development and family science major form Austin.

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At the beginning of the fall semester for the 2020-21 school year, many questioned how classes will adapt to the new normal that is associated with COVID-19. As the fall semester neared, Texas Tech announced they will be offering a mixture of face-to-face, online and hybrid instruction. 

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Lubbock Mayor Dan Pope is hosting a virtual Coffee with the Mayor starting at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, according to a release made by the City of Lubbock.