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Blogs
10:03 am
Wed October 8, 2014

Inside Texas Tech: Campus Architecture Mixture of Old World Flair, Modern Revitalization

The Texas Tech Administration Building is an ornate example of the Spanish Renaissance influences that William Ward Watkin used when designing the Texas Tech campus in 1923

When it was built in 1923, Texas Tech University's Administration Building was a ornate example of Spanish Renaissance architecture in West Texas, and since the beginning of the university, campus architects have kept that style intact for the one of the largest university campuses in the country.

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Arts
11:33 am
Fri September 26, 2014

American Graduate Stories of Champions: Janice Magness

The Burkhart Transition Academy provides postsecondary educational strength-based assessment to aid in the successful transition of people with ASD into postsecondary higher education, vocational, or other settings. Classes for young adults with ASD meet four days per week to teach life skills, job skills, and social skills.

American Graduate Day returns for its third year on September 27, 2014. This live national, multi-platform broadcast event focuses on the individuals and organizations working in communities across the country to keep students on the path to graduation.

 

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Arts
11:30 am
Fri September 26, 2014

American Graduate Stories of Champions: Heather Martinez

Dr. Heather Martinez currently serves as Director of the Institute for the Development and Enrichment of Advanced Learners, through her office she is responsible for implementing and overseeing programs and partnerships which serve the community, engage faculty, promote learning and encourage conversations about the value of higher education. Working with the IDEAL program she has helped kids find inspiration in Science and Technology.

American Graduate Day returns for its third year on September 27, 2014. This live national, multi-platform broadcast event focuses on the individuals and organizations working in communities across the country to keep students on the path to graduation.

 

Blogs
10:51 am
Tue August 19, 2014

Guns Up: The History of Raider Red Trailer

Official Trailer for "Guns Up: The History of Raider Red" a documentary produced by Texas Tech Public Media and funded and sponsored by The Texas Tech Federal Credit Union, the film tells the history and legacy of the beloved National Champion Texas Tech Mascot.

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Blogs
12:00 pm
Wed August 13, 2014

Inside Texas Tech: TTU Researcher Uncovers Link Between WWI Vet and Lubbock WWII Pilots

Texas Tech history researcher John McCullough, while doing research on the South Plains Army Airfield and the region's role in World War II, uncovered an unusual link between America's last surviving veteran of World War I, Frank Woodruff Buckles, and Lubbock, Texas.

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