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The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center will be partnering with the Tech Innovation Hub to create the Innovation Bridge Grant Program, according to a news release.

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The City of Lubbock hosted a news conference to talk about the third annual Mayor's Marathon at 11 a.m. on Oct. 26. The event is scheduled to take place on Sunday, Oct. 31.

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The Texas Tech University System Health Policy and Public Health Think Tank will partner with the City of Lubbock Health Department to host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Saturday's football game against Kansas State, according to a email from the student body president.

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The Texas Tech Department of Transportation and Parking Services will be hosting its semi-annual bike clinic from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21 in the Free Speech Area near the Student Union Building.

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With the end of the fall semester approaching, students are starting to register and decide their class schedules for the upcoming spring semester.

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Starting on Monday, Oct.18, 2021, the City of Lubbock Health Department's COVID-19 testing site at Clapp Park will relocate its mini vaccination hub to the Caprock Shopping Center, 2801 50th St., according to a news release.

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Texas Tech students can purchase bus tickets to visit family for Thanksgiving and winter break. According to the Parent and Family Relations website, destinations include Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin for both breaks. 

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Texas Tech will be conducting the fall testing of the TechAlert! Emergency Notification System on Tuesday, Oct. 19 at 1:50 p.m., according to a Tech Announce post from the Office of Communications & Marketing.

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As the nation still transitions to opening up after a year of COVID-19 restrictions, there are resources available for students to find jobs after graduation or even before they graduate.

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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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Senators Junia Lee and Ahmad Altabaa from Student Government Association Student Senate authored Senate Resolution 56.14 regarding the need for further collaboration between Texas Tech, the Texas Tech System Health Policy and the Public Health Think Tank.

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Select members of Texas Tech University will travel to San Antonio to represent the school in the Department of Energy’s annual Collegiate Wind Competition. But as competitive as the three-day long competition will be, it is also a chance to raise awareness and collaborate with others about …

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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 Buddy Holly Center's First Friday Art Trail theme for October is Celebración and will be on display starting on Oct. 1 and ending Nov. 14, according to a news release.

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The Texas Panhandle Poison Center, overseen by the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy, will host the 73rd Medication Cleanout on from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, according to a news release.

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Mayor Dan Pope, Lubbock Director of Public Health Katherine Wells and several nurses from local independent school districts shared updates with the Lubbock community on COVID-19, specifically within K-12 schools, on Sept. 29.

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Texas Tech launched Beyond Okay, a campus mental health initiative, on the morning of Thursday, Sept. 29 in the Student Union Building.

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President Lawrence Schovanec of Texas Tech University, Chancellor Dr. Tedd L. Mitchell of the Texas Tech University System and President Lori Rice-Spearman of Tech Health Sciences Center spoke at the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce's luncheon at the Overton Hotel & Conference Center on Sept.…

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The Rawls College of Business Administration implemented an accelerated program for graduates with any degree in any field of science, technology, engineering or mathematics. The program provides students with information about the business world through hands-on activities.

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Clarification: The STEM CORE received notification of the grant on Aug. 18, according to Raegan Higgins. The publication received the news release from Tech on Sept. 27. The language from grant writers to co-PIs on the grant has also been clarified.

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On Sept. 18, Mark P. Del Mastro, executive director of Sigma Delta Phi, released a news release with regard to Texas Tech University's Sigma Delta Pi chapter. 

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The social media company Discord recently released a new feature called ‘Discord Student Hubs,’ which allows college students to get connected with the organizations at their university and for those organizations to have easier access to students.

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Due to COVID-19 last year, interactive events were not available to the community for participation. This decrease in social interaction impacted some students in various ways, such as depression or anxiety.

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The City of Lubbock Public Health Department will be hosting a free COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday, Sept. 18 in the cafeteria of Lubbock High School from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., according to a news release.

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Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in Lubbock has been named one of the best colleges to work for on Sept. 17 by The Great Colleges to Work For program for a second year, according to a news release.

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A news release statement regarding Texas Tech University High School, a division to Tech's elearning & Academic Partnerships announced TTU-K12 has been recognized as a Purple Star Campus by Texas Education Agency. 

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Effective Nov. 15 2021, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry and Lubbock Covenant Health will transition all in patient adult behavioral health science to StarCare Specialty Health System.  

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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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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 Buddy Holly Center's First Friday Art Trail theme for October is Celebración and will be on display starting on Oct. 1 and ending Nov. 14, according to a news release.

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The Texas Panhandle Poison Center, overseen by the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy, will host the 73rd Medication Cleanout on from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, according to a news release.

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Mayor Dan Pope, Lubbock Director of Public Health Katherine Wells and several nurses from local independent school districts shared updates with the Lubbock community on COVID-19, specifically within K-12 schools, on Sept. 29.

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Texas Tech launched Beyond Okay, a campus mental health initiative, on the morning of Thursday, Sept. 29 in the Student Union Building.

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President Lawrence Schovanec of Texas Tech University, Chancellor Dr. Tedd L. Mitchell of the Texas Tech University System and President Lori Rice-Spearman of Tech Health Sciences Center spoke at the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce's luncheon at the Overton Hotel & Conference Center on Sept.…

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The Rawls College of Business Administration implemented an accelerated program for graduates with any degree in any field of science, technology, engineering or mathematics. The program provides students with information about the business world through hands-on activities.