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More than 280 middle and high school students from Lubbock and surrounding areas will participate in the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering 2020 Lubbock Divisional STEM Competition hosted by Texas Tech University on Jan. 27, according to a Tech news release.

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The presidential election is taking place this year, and Lubbock, just like every other county in the country, has options for registration and voting for students who are from Texas as well as those from other states.

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The Texas Alliance for Water Conservation hosted the sixth annual Water College on Thursday at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center.

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Texas Tech President Lawrence Schovanec sent out an email this afternoon regarding an update about his meeting with the Black Student Association on  Jan. 17, following the general body meeting the BSA hosted on Jan. 16.

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Gabriela Arandia from the Department of Pharmacology and Neuroscience at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center spoke about healthy lifestyle habits at The Carillon on Wednesday. 

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A voter registration drive was hosted in the free speech area Wednesday by the Black Student Association with the hopes of registering as many students as possible before the primary deadline of Feb. 3.             

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Texas Tech Meditation hosted a guided meditation with guest lecturer and guide Yi Yuan Tang. Tang discussed the importance of “Body, Bodyfull, Bodyfulnesss” and focused on the importance of finding a place of relaxation to meditate in.

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With the start of a new semester, the Hospitality Services team is ready to welcome students back and improve dining across campus to make sure it meets students’ needs. 

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Alessandra Corsi, associate professor in the Texas Tech Department of Physics and Astronomy, discussed receiving the 2020 Edith and Peter O’Donell Award in Science from The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas (TAMEST) Tuesday.

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Since its inception in 2014, the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Campaign for Your Life, Our Purpose has raised $102.5 million to support the institution’s education, research and community impact efforts.

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After receiving no recommendations for improvement from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center received reaffirmation of accreditation. 

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University Student Housing and Student Activities Board joined together to host the Martin Luther King, Jr Legacy March. Students, faculty and staff marched from the Student Union Building to Memorial Circle to honor him, and President Lawrence Schovanec spoke to the crowd. The march took pl…

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With the start of a new semester, the Hospitality Services team is ready to welcome students back and improve dining across campus to make sure it meets students’ needs. 

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Alessandra Corsi, associate professor in the Texas Tech Department of Physics and Astronomy, discussed receiving the 2020 Edith and Peter O’Donell Award in Science from The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas (TAMEST) Tuesday.

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Since its inception in 2014, the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Campaign for Your Life, Our Purpose has raised $102.5 million to support the institution’s education, research and community impact efforts.