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11:47 am
Mon March 9, 2015

KTTZ Programming Schedule - March Pledge Event Week 2

Here are some highlights of our primetime pledge event.
It's only with your support that we can continue to bring you the programming you know, trust and love.

If you would like to make a donation and a complete list of our thank you gifts:

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3:15 pm
Thu March 5, 2015

KTTZ Programming Schedule - March Pledge Event

Here are some highlights of our primetime pledge event.
It's only with your support that we can continue to bring you the programming you know, trust and love.

If you would like to make a donation and a complete list of our thank you gifts:

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Blogs
11:03 am
Wed March 4, 2015

Inside Texas Tech: TEDx Texas Tech Asks "What If?"

Scientist Katharine Hayhoe talked about climate change and its' long term effects. Picture by Allison Terry.

What if a Saturday could change your life? On February 28, attendees of TEDx Texas Tech University were asked this question, and many more.  

The TEDx event was held in the Allen Theatre at the Texas Tech Student Union on Saturday. There were over 700 people in attendance, and 13 speakers. The topics ranged from space to “Fifty Shades of Grey”, offering something for everyone.

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1:41 pm
Tue March 3, 2015

Life. Hope. Courage:Stories of Cancer Trailer

1 in 4 Americans will die of cancer, it costs 85 billion dollars a year, it effects all of us. "Life. Hope. Courage" is the story of the people who show courage in their fight, hope in their resiliency, and celebrate life. Texas Tech Public Media is proud to present this film Sunday March 22 @ 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 24 @ 7:00 p.m., Thursday, March 26 @ 7:30 p.m., and Thursday April 2 @ 7:30 p.m.

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3:39 pm
Fri February 27, 2015

Inside Texas Tech: National, Local Events Lead to 1961 TTU Desegregation

Lucille Graves, left, was the first black student to enroll at Texas Tech University.

1960s desegregation in the Deep South was a tense situation. In 1963, Alabama Governor George Wallace made his “Stand in the Schoolhouse Door,” trying to prevent black students registering for classes at the University of Alabama, and it became a highly publicized and iconic incident of the Civil Rights era and southern desegregations.

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