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Archinect School Blog
El Paso, laser scanned in 3D
Robert Gonzalez wants to create a 3D digital replica of Downtown El Paso, using lasers.
Thu May 16, 2013
KFDX-TV Wichita Falls
Graham High Schools Top Students are Twins
Walking across the stage to accept a high school diploma is an accomplishment that's 12 years in the making.
Wed May 15, 2013
The Paramus Post
Researchers at Texas Tech, Cotton Inc. Find Low-Grade Cotton Offers...
When it comes to cleaning up the next massive crude oil spill, one of the best and most eco-friendly solutions for the job may be low-grade cotton from West Texas.
Ride of Silence honors cyclists killed on roadways
Hundreds of local bicyclists will be gathering in central Lubbock Wednesday. They will meet at the Texas Tech Federal Credit Union for the West Texas Cycling Association's 10-mile ride called "The Ride of Silence." The ride honors area cyclists who have been killed in traffic accidents.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Hutchinson News, Hutchinson Kansas
SEC, Big 12 set up basketball matchups
Teams from the Southeastern Conference and Big 12 will meet in basketball next season.
Hospital Billing Varies Wildly, Government Data Shows
Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development Alvin R. Allison Professor of Law Director, Health Law Program and J.D./M.D. Program Texas Tech Univ.
Further education key to nursing innovation
When Kathryn Sridaromont received her degree in nursing in the late 1950s, there was less of an emphasis on advanced practice nursing.
Could be awfully competitive for Orr's little brother
The former DeSoto standout has seen that decision pay off, at least in terms of playing time.
Gary Blair offers insight on Lady Raider opening, says he plans to retire at A&M
Gary Blair is about as eager as anyone to see where Texas Tech goes with its women's basketball vacancy.
Mon May 13, 2013
Reaching out to loved ones with depression: A mother's story
We've all heard of CPR - emergency help to save a heart that is failing. Now there is QPR - emergency treatment to save a life that is slipping away to suicide.
Bonamassa provides December blues in Lubbock
Blues guitarist and recording artist Joe Bonamassa will headline a concert at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec.
Bring On The Cats
K-State Slate: 5.13.13
Cats sweep the Jayhawks to remain in first place in the Big XII. Cats need 2 victories, or 1 victory and one loss from each of OU, O-State, Baylor and WVU to earn the league title.
Sun May 12, 2013
Clinton McPherson used knowledge to defend freedom
Capt. Clinton McPherson, who remained in the reserves after World War II ended, was a navigator and a gunner aboard a B-24 in Asia.
Tech architecture students share their take on future Godeke Library
Texas Tech architecture graduate students said their assignment from Lubbock city leaders seeking an alternative to the city's $300,000-per-year leased Godeke Library issued a clear goal: Think outside the books.
20 over 50 honorees a snapshot of everyday Abilene
Some have long-standing businesses, and others have excelled in their chosen professions.
Sat May 11, 2013
Kristy Curry taking Alabama job
"Earlier this morning, I met with Coach Curry and she informed me that she would be resigning from Texas Tech in order to take the head coaching position at the University of Alabama.
RCS: Top underclassmen
With the top offensive players from the class of 2014 ranked by position from the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour , it's time to give the younger prospects their props.
Fri May 10, 2013
Those who testify before Texas Legislature should plan on long wait
A few weeks ago Lubbock City Councilman Jim Gerlt went before the Texas House State Affairs Committee to testify against two bills his city opposed.
Lubbock officer's quick actions help save a life
They take an oath to serve and protect, but one Lubbock police officer took it a step further over the weekend with quick actions that helped save a life.