Hey -- What's going on? I'm Emily Claire. I grew up in Arizona and made my way to Lubbock to attend Texas Tech University. I graduated from Tech with my bachelors in Media Strategies and a love for radio. I am passionate about mental health advocacy, LGBTQ+ rights, and animal rescue. In my free time you might find me taking photos around town, crafting, or playing with my dog.
Celebrate the Holidays With Lindsey Stirling at the Buddy Holly Hall
This November, Stirling will be hitting the stage at the Buddy Holly Hall for her Snow Waltz tour.
5 Lubbock Venues for the Fall Wedding of Your Dreams
Warm tones, falling leaves, and apple cider are just a few things that could set the scene and provide that sought after cozy feeling.
Would you Move to South Texas to Live in One of These Stunning and Affordable Homes?
If you think Lubbock is an affordable place to live, you should see the homes in South Texas, specifically the McAllen and Weslaco area west of South Padre Island.
25 In-Season Fruits and Vegetables to Enjoy This September
As the seasons change and months go by, certain fruits and vegetable go in and out of season.
Turn an Old Texas Tech T-shirt Into a Stylish Gameday Outfit With This TikTok Hack
It's fun to dress up on gameday and get Instagram-worthy photos at The Jones.
10 Invasive Species in Texas That You Should Kill on Sight
Whether they were purposefully brought here, or came here by accident, they are not meant to be here for a reason.
Should Texas Tech University Bring Back This Long-Lost Mascot?
A long-forgotten part of Texas Tech’s past is the existence of Raider Rose, a female version of our beloved Raider Red.
Did You Miss the Memo About This Major Texas Law Change?
This Texas law changed a while ago, but a lot of us didn't get the memo.
At’l Do Farms Announces the Design for This Year’s Corn Maze
This year's theme has officially been announced, and it represents one of Lubbock's forgotten mascots.
This Ultimate Guide to Lubbock Vegan Food is a Life Saver
No matter the reason you chose a plant-based diet, whether it is for health, ethics, or allergies, you deserve to have access to food that fits your dietary restrictions.
Texas Tech’s First Practice Baby Recently Died at 86 Years Old
Barbara was born in 1936 and was the first practice baby at Texas Tech.
Is Lubbock Only Appealing to Alcoholics?
While we do have a bunch of college kids who would rather get wasted than study for their midterms, most of the city isn’t like that.