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Robert Giovannetti

Texas Tech Public Television and Radio gives you an inside look at the University. Hosted by Robert Giovannetti, this KTTZ produced show highlights academic accomplishments and much more. Tune in each week as Inside Texas Tech profiles students, staff and successful Texas Tech alum.  Check out Inside Texas Tech where great things are happening inside the classroom and out. 

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4:39 pm
Thu April 16, 2015

Sneak Peek of Inside Texas Tech - Interesting Classes

This week on Inside Texas Tech, we dive head first into some of the university's most interesting classes.

The story for Horror and the Fantastic, is a film genres class, is below.

Tune in Tonight at 7 PM to see the entire episode.

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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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10:14 am
Fri February 20, 2015

Inside Texas Tech: Researchers Focus on Soil, Celebration of Soil

The United Nations designated 2015 as the International Year of Soils.
Credit United Soybean Board / Creative Commons

Soil researchers have a PSA for the wider, non-soil researching world: soil is not the same as dirt. Dirt is simply soil that has been misplaced from its natural setting, like the stuff tracked into your house and makes a mess. 

Another difference between soil and dirt is the fact that lowly dirt does not have an entire year dedicated to the celebration of and education for it, as designated by the United Nations

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3:03 pm
Mon February 16, 2015

Inside Texas Tech: Dairy Barn a Symbol of Texas Tech for 90 Years

Photos courtesy of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library.

Current students at Texas Tech University are only allowed to keep fish as pets while living on campus. But 50 years ago, some students brought animals that could eat like a cow. Literally.

The Texas Tech Dairy Barn used to serve as a hands on learning facility for students to gain experience and knowledge of the cattle industry. Now, it is a symbol for agriculture in West Texas.

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1:04 pm
Fri February 13, 2015

Inside Texas Tech: Remembering "Dr. Radio" Clive Kinghorn

Dr. Clive Kinghorn speaking at a KOHM-FM gala in 1988. Kinghorn passed away in January, leaving a Lubbock radio legacy behind.
Credit KTXT-FM

Dr. Clive Kinghorn, the only person to manage all of Texas Tech University's broadcast entities - KTXT-FM and KOHM-FM, later KTTZ-FM, passed away last month. He was 77.

Fondly remembered by many at Texas Tech and those in the Lubbock radio community as "Dr. Radio," Kinghorn was loved for his knack of bringing the community together.

Todd Chambers, the interim associate dean for undergraduate affairs and former colleague of Kinghorn's, said when Lubbock was in the process of obtaining an NPR affiliate station, Kinghorn was a prominent figure in the efforts.

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