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12:50 pm
Wed October 29, 2014

Inside Texas Tech: Research Bringing Music, Philosophy, Body Movement Together

When William Westney, Texas Tech music professor and artist-in-residence, met Cynthia Grund, a fellow academic teaching philosophy at the University of Southern Denmark in 2009, a seed was planted that grew into research that's combining philosophy, classical music, and the movements of the human body.

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3:36 pm
Wed October 22, 2014

Inside Texas Tech: Campus Public Art Results of State Art Commission Rule

As more and more new buildings go up and renovations of the old continue on the Texas Tech campus, other things are arriving as well - a statue here, a mosaic on that wall, a light installation there.

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12:46 pm
Wed October 15, 2014

Inside Texas Tech: Student Publication Focusing on News for Tech Millennials

Inside Texas Tech's Abigail Arroyos chats with The Hub@TTU's Graduate Executive Director, Alicia Keene, about the work that the student publication is doing. 

Housed in Texas Tech's College of Media & Communication, The Hub@TTU is a digital publication that focuses on news produced for and by Texas Tech students - especially those of millennial age.

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9:46 am
Fri October 10, 2014

Inside Texas Tech: Law School Hosts Supreme Court Hearings

Texas Tech University School of Law's Mark and Becky Lanier Professional Development Center

The Texas Supreme Court traveled to Lubbock on Thursday to hear oral arguments for two cases on their docket, filling the Texas Tech University School of Law's Hunt Courtroom with students and community members eager to hear a supreme court hearing for themselves.


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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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