TheHill.com has released its annual list of the '50 Most Beautiful' people inside the Beltway. Although many honorees come from the high-profile end of the political spectrum, a graduate of Texas Tech's Department of Animal and Food Sciences made the cut this year.
Led by its public relations students, Texas Tech's Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow chapter had a strong showing this week at the national 'Ag Media Summit' in Indianapolis. Program officials said more than 600 participants attended the summit, one of the largest gatherings of crop and livestock publications professionals in the United States.
Four standout students from Texas Tech's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources have been selected to receive prestigious Terry Foundation Scholarships, university officials announced today. Selected from a highly competitive applicant pool of incoming freshmen and transfer students who have demonstrate exceptional leadership, character, financial need and scholastic ability, the foundation provides four-year scholarships.