Defunding the Corporation for Public Broadcast and eliminating federal funding to public media would be a significant blow to more than 1,200 public radio stations across the country that provide 41 million people every week with free over-the-air programming they can't find anywhere else. Texas Tech Public Radio provides news and information as well as music to the greater Lubbock community on the air and on digital platforms. KTTZ-FM provides non-commercial programming that informs,...
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The Office of International Affairs will welcome four distinguished former United States Ambassadors for Texas Tech's Second Annual Ambassadors' Forum at 5:30 p.m. March 27 regarding diplomatic challenges for President Trump's Administration. The event is free and open to the public at the International Cultural Center.
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