December 2008 Edition

Research/Academic Showcase

Texas Tech Researchers Counter Chemical Warfare with New Technology

New Synthesis Approach Could Create More Durable and Elastic Materials

License Plates Provide Scholarships for Students

"Portals of Discovery" Creator Receives National Medal of Arts

Campus Connection

Chancellor's Council Announces Outstanding Teaching, Research Awards

Texas Tech Receives National Science Foundation Funding for New Teaching Program

Professor Honored by Sigma Delta Pi

President Bush Appoints Vietnam Center Director to Education Foundation

Texas Supreme Court Recognizes Texas Tech with First-ever Service Award

Meat Judging Team Wins National Championship

Livestock Judging Team Shatters Record in National Championship Win

McCain, Hance Set to Address Fall Graduates

Development

College of Engineering Named For Former Regent and AT&T CEO Edward E. Whitacre Jr.

Thompson Named to New Endowed CASNR Chairmanship

Alumni News

Alumni Association Hosts Carol Of Lights Pre-lighting Festival

Holiday Gift Ideas

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Featured Tradition

50 Years of Shining Bright

What It Feels Like...

To Recruit Chess Players in Dresden Germany

University Wallpaper

December Wallpaper

Featured Alumnus

Angela Braly

Athletics

Jones AT&T Stadium Expansion Officially Underway

Kipyego Runs into History Books with Third-Straight NCAA Cross Country Title

Harrell, Crabtree Headed To Home Depot ESPNU Awards Show

Harrell Named Wuerffel Trophy Finalist

Texas Tech Places 18 on Academic Big 12 Squads

Texas Tech University Press News

Texas Tech Press Book Wins Texas Writers' League Award

Holiday Calendar

The end of the fall semester is a busy time on the Texas Tech campus

Texas Tech Ornament

Get Your Guns Up this Holiday

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