Texas Tech and Partners to Power Up First Wind Research Farm

Texas Tech, industry and research partners are poised to power up their first of several planned renewable energy test facilities to help resolve key scientific and technology issues facing the wind power and broader clean energy industries. [more]

Masked Rider Named One of AP's Top College Mascots

The mascot ranks ninth in The Associated Press poll. [more]


College of Engineering Ranked by U.S. News and World Report

In the magazine's yearly assessment of America's best schools, Texas Tech's undergraduate engineering program is now tied for 78th. [more]


Researchers Test Gulf Seafood Samples for 'Good Morning America'

Texas Tech found no evidence of petroleum hydrocarbons in Louisiana seafood samples collected. [more]


Booming Business: Student Entrepreneur Pays Tuition Through iPhone Repairs

Daniel Vitiello has multiple locations of his iPhone repair business, is writing a book and plans to further expand his thriving business. [more]


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Campus Connection

Fans Encouraged to Wear Red at Sporting Events

Texas Tech is also placing an emphasis on sportsmanship and reminding fans of the Raider Power campaign. [more]

Texas Tech, Cisco College Announce Partnership

The partnership will create a new convenient undergraduate degree option for residents in the Cisco area. [more]

Sigma Delta Pi Chapter and Faculty Advisor Earn National Awards

The chapter was named an honor chapter, and received the Octavio Paz Award. [more]

Latinos and Education Handbook Wins National Award

Two Texas Tech education faculty are major contributors to the book. [more]

Two New Books Probe History and Impact of Transgressive Cinema

Books encourage discussion on questions such as why people find certain movies transgressive. [more]

Back to School Fiesta Champion for Education Named

The committee named Eric Strong, volunteer director of the Roots Historical Arts Council, as its 2010 Robert Duncan Community Champion for Education. [more]

The Mass Communicator Earns Clarion Award

The magazine received the award from the Association for Women in Communications for best overall internal magazine. [more]

Red Raider Wallpaper

Show your Red Raider pride on your desktop with beautiful campus shots. [more]

columns

80 Years and Still Going Strong

University Women's Club continues to grow, while keeping the same principles and values envisioned by its early members. [more]

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Lessons of Business: Alumnus Learned the Ways of the Executive Early in Life

David McBee found success as a child, and also during his time at Texas Tech. [more]

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Don't forget, check the online news center for current Texas Tech news! [more]

Athletic News

Football Season Ticket Sales Break Record

The demand for season tickets has reached record numbers for the second time in the last three years. [more]

Registration Begins for Guns Up Kids Club

The Guns Up Kids Club is sponsored by Southwest Dairy Farmers. [more]

Men's and Women's Basketball Season Tickets On Sale Now

Red Raider fans offered exciting new options for the 2010-11 season. [more]

Texas Tech Gives Its Reality Show A New Name

Raider Power will consist of 38 episodes. [more]

Alumni News

Texas Tech Alumni Association Names Distinguished Alumni

Shepherd, Skinner and Waddle honored for distinguished careers and service. [more]

A Night to Remember: Merket Expansion Grand Opening Set for Homecoming

Friends, donors and fellow Red Raiders are all welcome to attend the opening. [more]

Where Will You Be on Gameday?

The Texas Tech Alumni Association is proud to host Suddenlink Gameday Live at the Frazier Alumni Pavilion before every Red Raider home football game. [more]

Parking Garage to Add Spots for Game Day

Raider Park, a 563,584 square-foot parking garage, will be available to Texas Tech fans looking for secure, covered parking close to Jones AT&T Stadium. [more]