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Spring is here and what better way to celebrate its arrival than with friends, music, dance, and poetry. Join Student Government Association in our spring variety show, Tech's Got Talent. This semester has been hectic, so before we go into our final projects and exams lets melt away some of that stress and break from the monotony of routine with entertainment from Tech's talented students.  Bring your friends, pets, favorite blanket, and snacks and enjoy the show!  And if you're feeling good, bring your own poetry for our open mic segment!

Those interested in performing, please visit here

And if you can't make it, join us live on IG at TTU_SGA

Place: Raider Plaza (Between the Library and SUB)

Day: April 23, 2021, Friday

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CT



Deeply Rooted Conversation Series:   Understanding Whiteness & White Allyship (March 26, 2021, 2pm CST)

Through critical reflection, personal, and community actions, this series creates a space for faculty, staff, students, and community members to learn about topics related to social injustice, privilege, diversity, and inclusion to work toward social transformation within our campus, workspaces, and community. This is for learners and educators at all levels that are committed to creating inclusive and equitable spaces on campus and beyond. To register visit here, and for more information about the event visit here.


 Deeply Rooted


SGA Presents Drive-In Movie Night @ TTU (March 26, 2021, 8:30pm CST)

After a long week, grab a warm blanket, some snacks, friends, and family, and drive-in (or walk) to the SUB and enjoy a movie on campus. We will be watching the Disney film Soul about a music teacher who seeks to reunite his soul and body after they are accidentally separated just before his big break as a jazz musician. The movie starts at 8:30 pm CST, everyone is welcome so get here early to get a good spot. For more information visit here

Movie Night


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"Red Raiders, please fill out this survey to provide quantitative data to gauge students' interest in staying in Lubbock for internships during the summer and academic year. Additionally, providing this data will afford the Student Government Association the opportunity and information we deem necessary to ensure success for all students during their time here at Texas Tech. Thank you all!"

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