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Texas Tech Coaching News

Posted by on January 2, 2016 – 11:52 am

Texas Tech Coaching News

Chance O’Neal saddles up as Texas Tech’s new ranch horse team coach Chance O’Neal , a world-champion horseman and internationally-experienced trainer, has been named Texas Tech’s new ranch horse team coach, according to officials within the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. He officially steps into his new post on Aug. 1. In terms of professional accomplishments, O’Neal has a trophy case of wins under his belt including the 2008 Inaugural American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) Ranch Versatility World Champion; 2009 Reserve…

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It News Articles

Posted by on June 24, 2015 – 09:14 am

It News Articles

In May of this year, Facebook announced Facebook Instant Articles, its foray into innovating the Facebook user experience around news reading. A month later, Apple introduced their own take with their Apple News app, which allows “stories to be specially formatted to look and feel like articles taken from publishers’ websites while still living inside Apple’s app”. There has been plenty of discussion about what these moves mean for the future of platforms and their relationship with publishers. But platform discussions aside, let’s examine a fundamental…

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Texas Tech Engineering Newsletter

Posted by on December 27, 2015 – 01:28 pm

Texas Tech Engineering Newsletter

News Six Distinguished Engineers Named The Texas Tech University Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering named Denny Bullard, Fiske Hanley II, Stephen Heitzman, Dr. Dudley McFarquhar, Dr. Henning Oeltjenbruns , and Rene Hatten Wade as recipients of the 2015 Distinguished Engineer Award on April 24, 2015. The Distinguished Engineer Award was established during the 1966–1967 academic year to recognize the most outstanding former students of the Whitacre College of Engineering. Since that time, 225 former students of the Whitacre College of Engineering…

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Texas Tech Campus News

Posted by on December 12, 2015 – 03:53 pm

Texas Tech Campus News

Steven Berk, M.D., dean of the TTUHSC School of Medicine, says there are several things people can do to protect themselves from the flu this season: Frequent hand washing will prevent the virus from getting into the body. Keep the virus away from direct bodily contact by washing your hands or using a hand sanitizer frequently, especially after being in a public setting. Soap and water will keep the virus off your hands preventing it from slipping through to your nose or throat. When you cough, cover your mouth or cough in your sleeve. If you are…

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Texas Tech Parent Newsletter

Posted by on December 12, 2015 – 05:02 pm

Texas Tech Parent Newsletter

Friday Letter is a monthly newsletter from Texas Tech University President Dr. M. Duane Nellis. Dr. Nellis focuses on his vision for Tech, news, development, accolades, features and announcements. It is sent to faculty, staff, alumni, parents and friends of Texas Tech University. We thank Dr. Nellis for permission to republish his letters here. Please read about Texas Tech s 16th president below. Dr. Duane Nellis was named as the 16th president of Texas Tech University in March of 2013. Dr. Nellis came to Texas Tech from the University of Idaho…

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Texas Tech College football News

Posted by on July 9, 2015 – 03:46 pm

Texas Tech College football News

They’ll celebrate a bizarre bit of good fortune this week at Texas Christian, and understandably so. The Horned Frogs, hardly the beneficiary of great luck over the last month or so, escaped Texas Tech with a 55-52 victory secured only when running back Aaron Green caught a tipped pass in the back of the end zone with 23 seconds remaining. Savoring the serendipity shouldn’t mean, however, that the verdict TCU is staring at over the entirety of the season should be ignored: Texas Tech might not have done in the Horned Frogs, but somebody probably…

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Texas Tech VS TCU News

Posted by on September 13, 2015 – 11:39 am

Texas Tech VS TCU News

The Horned Frogs struggled to slow SMU quarterback Matt Davis last week, as he accounted for 392 yards in the Frogs’ 56-37 win. Like Davis, Mahomes can do things with both his arm and legs. He’s already thrown for 1, 029 yards and nine touchdowns and rushed for 129 yards. Mahomes has a chance to put up big numbers against a TCU team that was beat up before the SMU game and will be without defensive back Ranthony Texada, who is out for the season after suffering a knee injury in the SMU game. The Frogs need to be as healthy as possible to slow down…

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Texas Tech current News

Posted by on October 10, 2015 – 02:34 pm

Texas Tech current News

FAYETTEVILLE (KFSM) - Arkansas was able to waltz into Lubbock last season and run over Texas Tech. This time around it was the Red Raiders who went on the road and made a statement. Texas Tech racked up nearly 500 yards of total offense and held Arkansas to just three second half points as the Razorbacks fell 35-24 inside Razorback Stadium. The Red Raiders marched 77 yards in just more than two and half minutes on their opening possession of the game and never trailed from that point. Arkansas and Texas Tech traded blows for the rest of the first…

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Texas Tech Athletics News

Posted by on October 25, 2015 – 01:34 pm

Texas Tech Athletics News

Texas Tech Athletics Receives $1 Million Gift from PlainsCapital Bank Campaign for Fearless Champions gift will support new sports performance center. Oct. 9, 2015 LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas Tech University Athletics officials announced a $1 million gift from PlainsCapital Bank supporting The Campaign for Fearless Champions on Friday. The gift will support construction of the planned Sports Performance Center, which will house the new indoor track and indoor football practice facilities. PlainsCapital Bank is an outstanding partner and long-time friend…

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Texas Tech student newspaper

Posted by on August 8, 2015 – 03:31 pm

Texas Tech student newspaper

Graduate Fellowships for 2016-17 The Texas Tech University English department, in partnership with the Graduate School, is pleased to announce several fellowship opportunities that will be available to on-campus MA and PhD students for the 2016-17 academic year. All applicants who submit a complete application by the program deadline (see below) will be automatically considered for these competitive funding opportunities. All of the fellowships include some amount of teaching as a graduate assistant. Teaching assignments typically include freshman…

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Texas Tech News Station

Posted by on August 2, 2015 – 08:47 am

Texas Tech News Station

Article data-cycle-prev= #prev data-cycle-next= #next data-cycle-pause-on-hover= true > SHOTS FIRED - Video Shots Fired! the last thing you d expect to hear in a workplace or university. Unfortunately, this contemporary, violent event has become a reality in our workplaces and schools. Today, anyone can become a victim of workplace violence, but, despite common belief, injury or death does not have to be the inevitable outcome. The key to survival is a proper mindset and related awareness and tools enabling you to act with purpose. to…

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It Email Newsletter Templates

Posted by on August 26, 2015 – 07:10 am

It Email Newsletter Templates

1. Create a header Your newsletter needs a header. It’s the equivalent of a newspaper’s name. It sits at the very top of your newsletter and usually includes the title of your newsletter, company name and logo. You can use online DIY tools to help you create your header. Check out Share As Image or Pixlr. With these programs, you don’t need any graphic experience to create and save graphics to your computer. Simply create your header once, and use it again and again. Here are a couple of examples: 2. Let your logo dictate color scheme To be visually…

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Texas Tech Soccer News

Posted by on November 18, 2015 – 01:23 pm

Texas Tech Soccer News

Jasmine Hart’s goal with just 21 seconds left in double overtime time gave the Longhorns a 2-1 upset victory over 17th ranked Texas Tech Friday night in Lubbock. Texas goalie Abby Smith sent a towering pass from her own box past midfield that UT’s Lindsey Meyer headed towards Hart, who sent a shot from the the top of the box into the upper right corner of the net. “For all intents and purposes, we stole one tonight. It was a great finish by Jaz (Hart) and Lindsey got up the field.” said Texas head coach Angela Kelly. “I’m just really proud of our…

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News About Texas Tech football

Posted by on November 12, 2015 – 11:05 am

News About Texas Tech football

First-class facilities like the new Sports Performance Center give our fans unforgettable game day experiences, help recruit top student-athletes and ensure that our fearless champions remain competitive,Hocutt said. The Sports Performance Center is our No. 1 priority in The Campaign for Fearless Champions and I m asking the entire Red Raider nation for their support. Every gift, regardless of size, brings us closer to the day that we can welcome our student-athletes and fans into this incredible facility. Funded by gifts to the Campaign for…

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Texas Tech Theta News

Posted by on June 9, 2015 – 07:36 am

Texas Tech Theta News

David Greis, the colony development coordinator for Beta, said he will be in Lubbock the remainder of the school year to help the chapter recolonize. “We are trying to find the guys to build up the Beta chapter, ” Greis said. “And to really be a positive in the guys’ lives and hopefully add a lot of value to the Greek system here as well.” The fraternity looks for gentlemen, scholars and leaders, Greis said. Beta plans to be involved in brotherhood events, social events, philanthropy events and mixers with sororities, he said, as well as have members…

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Texas Tech Red Raiders football News

Posted by on September 4, 2015 – 03:34 pm

Texas Tech Red Raiders football News

Senior Texas Tech running back DeAndre Washington rushed for 1, 103 yards last year. He was the first Red Raider to eclipse the 1, -yard mark since 1998. (Photo by Tom Fox/The Dallas Morning News) 2015 Texas Tech schedule Sept. 5 vs. Sam Houston State, 2:30 p.m. Sept. 12 vs. UTEP, 2 p.m. Sept. 19 at Arkansas, 6 p.m. Sept. 26 vs. TCU, * TBA Oct. 3 vs. Baylor, *# TBA Oct. 10 vs. Iowa State, * TBA Oct. 17 at Kansas, * TBA Oct. 24 at Oklahoma, * TBA Oct. 31 vs. Oklahoma State, * TBA Nov. 7 at West Virginia, * TBA Nov. 14 vs. Kansas State, * TBA Nov…

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