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3:23 pm
Mon February 2, 2015

Inside Texas Tech: Salmonella Research Highlights Lubbock

Picture courtesy of Texas Tech.

 Newport, Panama, and San Diego do not seem to have much in common with Lubbock. But now, a new discovery is linking these areas together. 

Salmonella Lubbock, or scientifically known as salmonella enterica subspecies Lubbock, is a new serotype of food poisoning. Traditionally, salmonella strains are named after the location they were discovered in. Marie Bugarel, a research assistant professor in the Department of Animal and Food Sciences, discovered the new strain while testing a known type of salmonella. 

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2:37 pm
Mon February 2, 2015

Faith Matters conversation with David Roach

David Roach, EdD, is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Texas Tech University.

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5:01 pm
Sat January 31, 2015

Inside Texas Tech: 800-Year-Old Turkish Tradition Performed at Tech

Credit Quinn Dombrowski / Flickr

"Come, come, whoever you are. 

Wonderer, worshipper, lover of leaving. 

It doesn't matter. Ours is not a caravan of despair.

Come, even if you have broken your vow a thousand times.

Come, yet again, come, come."

               -Jalaluddin Rumi, 13th century Persian poet

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4:07 pm
Wed January 28, 2015

Faith Matters converstion with Gabrielle Keenum

Gabrielle Keenum attended Baylor University and has a Bachelor's of Arts in both Psychology and Religion.

Gabi is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Texas, a National Certified Counselor, a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, the Texas Association of Play Therapy and the American Psychological Association.

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9:26 am
Wed January 28, 2015

Texas Tribune: Lt. Gov. Patrick Says Open Carry Won't Happen Soon

*Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick cast doubt Tuesday on the possibility that a bill legalizing the open carry of handguns could pass during the current legislative session. 

“Second Amendment rights are very important, but open carry does not reach to the level of prioritizing at this point,” he said. “I don’t think the votes are there.” 

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