Have Radio, Will Download

This revolution will not be televised – but it will be podcasted.

College radio has evolved indeed when broadcasts ride sleekly on the hip, sans the clunky dial and boxy speakers, sporting a display screen that could make rainbows blink. [more]

Finalist Declared for HSC Presidency

Harvard graduate, Rhodes Scholar, experienced medical practitioner and fifth-generation Texan chosen to lead Health Sciences Center. [more]

 

Board of Regents Officers Announced

Scott Dueser and Larry K. Anders will now lead the Board of Regents. [more]

Bell Tower by Ryan Pharis

Campus Connection

Diversity Program Shapes Tomorrow's Leaders

Forum for Leadership Excellence Program pushes College of Business students to strive for more. [more]

Carol of the Bells

The School of Music's 2007 Summer Carillon Series will run every Sunday at 8 p.m. through Aug. 19. [more]

Recap: Double Feature

Just in case you missed our Friday Night Double Feature, be sure to see why Texas Tech and filmmaking go hand in hand. [more]

Gov. Perry Appoints Four New Members to Texas Tech University System Board of Regents

Rick Francis and Bob Stafford reappointed, TTU alumni John Scovell and Jerry Turner newly appointed. [more]

Law and Order:
American Style

School of Law teaches American justice to Mexican lawyers. [more]

Advancing Wind Energy

The Wind Science and Engineering Research Center to play key role as part of a consortia to receive $2 million from Department of Energy. [more]

 

Athletics

2007 Football Schedule

Texas A&M and Oklahoma return to Jones AT&T Stadium.  [more]

Hall of Honor Inductees Announced

The 2007 class is composed of eight former Red Raider student-athletes.  [more]

Development

Business Receives an "Energy" Boost

Merit Energy Company donates $35,000 to the Rawls College of Business to establish accounting scholarship endowment. [more]

Book Review

Culture Clash in the Old West

The controversy over the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs 1920s-era policy of “Christianize and civilize” American Indian children is the centerpiece of a new book by former Time correspondent and Fortune editor Harold Burton Meyers. [more]

 

Alumni News

Alumni Events for Summer 2007

Find out what events are planned near you! [more]

Texas Tech Coffee Table Book

Own Your Piece of Texas Tech History! Every Red Raider will want to own a copy of this LIMITED EDITION coffee table book which will debut in fall 2007.  [more]

Alumni Association Hosts “A Matador Evening”

James E. “Pete” and Nelda Laney will be honored with The Lauro F. Cavazos Award at the Texas Tech Alumni Association’s 2007 Homecoming Dinner.   [more]

2007 Top Techsan Nominations Now Being Accepted

Nominate your favorite fulltime non-faculty employee! Four honorees will receive a plaque and a cash award of $500 during the Alumni Association’s Top Techsan Awards Luncheon. [more]