Coming up this weekend more than 2,380 students will graduate from Texas Tech University. Ceremonies will be held Friday and Saturday, Dec. 16 and 17. The College of Arts and Sciences ceremony will be held at 3 p.m. Friday and the Graduate School ceremony follows at 7 p.m.
Thanks to some old Lubbock Police Garage space, Texas Tech art students have received an early Christmas gift--another place to show their work! Friday at 5:30 p.m. is the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the gallery at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts.
This weekend marks the 53rd Carol of Lights at Texas Tech University, sponsored by a Tech student organization,The Residence Halls Association. The annual outdoor ceremony is set for Saturday night, Dec. 3rd, beginning with the carillon concert at 6:30.
Coming up Saturday afternoon at 3 at the Texas Tech Museum is an event that might really be of interest to you, particularly if you have a wedding in your future. This one is presented by students in the Department of Apparel Design and Manufacturing.
Texas Tech Coach Tommy Tuberville and others involved in Veteran's Day activities are asking Lubbockites to turn on their porch lights for at least 36 hours starting Thursday, in honor of Veteran's Day, Friday.
For twenty years, 1955-1975, the U.S. was involved in a conflict which came to be known as the Vietnam War. It took its toll on lives with 3 million killed (58,000+ Americans). Texas Tech welcomes the perfect speaker on this Veteran's Day weekend.
How would you like to meet BOTH TTU Basketball coaches up close and personal tomorrow? Join 99 Five The Bear tomorrow at the United Supermarket Market Street location at 50th and Indiana from 11:30am to 1pm for free snacks from the United Bakery and you are invited to bring your family and friends …
A new film, "Anonymous", directed by Roland Emmerich, casts doubt as to whether Shakespeare actually wrote what's credited to him. Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance at Texas Tech, Bill Gelber says that theory is 'bunk'.
Texas Tech football players think it's about being contributors to the community. Next Monday, November 7, the Red Raider football team will be helping out High Point Village, a local non-profit for children with special needs.