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3:32 pm
Fri January 23, 2015

Inside Texas Tech: Reading Between the Lines of the State of the Union

The State of the Union address has been delivered by an American president since 1790, when George Washington included matters like “certain hostile Indian tribes,” the “promotion of science and literature,” and the addition of the state of North Carolina to the Union.

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2:43 pm
Fri January 23, 2015

Faith Matters second conversation with Dr. Viator

Lisa Viator, PhD, Staff Psychologist and Assistant Director at Texas Tech University Student Counseling Center. Dr Viator discusses the topics of Bulimia and Anorexia disorders plus self-esteem.

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2:28 pm
Fri January 23, 2015

Faith Matters conversation with Bob Wert

Robert ''Bob'' Wert graduated from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, N.J. Bob heard there was an opening in Lubbock and got out the maps to see where it was. He was at First United Methodist Church in Clarksburg, W.Va., in 1961, when he decided to go west. He had grown up in Lynchburg, Va., Washington, D.C., and Tennessee.

Bob Wert has been director of the choir program at St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Lubbock since 1978.

  

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2:13 pm
Fri January 23, 2015

Faith Matters conversation with Tavita Doro

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1:57 pm
Fri January 23, 2015

Inside Texas Tech: TTU Expert on 14-Year Perry Legacy

Credit Ed Schipul / Creative Commons

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry served 5,144 days in office, adding up to a 14-year-and-one-month tenure, and resulting in the number 10 spot on the list of longest-serving American governors by the time he exited office and passed the torch to newly inaugurated Governor Greg Abbott. 

When he was sworn in on Dec. 21, 2000, Perry embarked on a political career that included as much criticism as it did praise in a red state led by a Democrat-turned-Republican assuming leadership from former governor and president George W. Bush. 

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