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40 years after the end of the Vietnam War, collections of documents and artifacts detailing the attempted mass migration from South Vietnam after the Fall of Saigon are now available digitally, thanks to a grant received by Texas Tech University's Vietnam Center and Archive

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The Texas Tech Board of Regents approved the establishment of a new dual degree program, this time between the Rawls College of Business and the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

Texas Tech Managing Director of Communications & Marketing speaks with Tech President Duane Nellis about what's behind the university's skyrocketing enrollment numbers, even as summer wanes.

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After remarks by British biochemist Tim Hunt went viral – specifically that women in science can’t take criticism, and cry and fall in love too much to be useful – women around the world working in science thoroughly criticized the Nobel scientist on Twitter, starting the hashtag “distractingly sexy” on Twitter to mock the scientist’s belief that girls in labs are trouble.

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Social media in 2015 has a massive influence worldwide – Facebook has well over a billion users, Twitter has over 200 million users, Instagram has 300 million and newcomer Snapchat is nearing 200 million users.

Because of these enormous numbers, social media has become a way of life in 2015. If you’ve got a message to send, social media is the way to do it. Amid the tweets, snaps and likes, Texas Tech is using social media to get heard – and using it well, according to a new ranking by social technology tracker Engagement Labs.

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