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smelling mimeograph paper

September 11, 2019

Chatting with Charney

For most of my education, fall semesters smelled like mimeograph ink. When professors handing out well, anything paper, students would smell it. And that’s what this fall semester smells like. So much of that has to do with our new building.

new building

August 13, 2019

A Day Of Revelry

Celebrating Diana Moore, Jonathan Marks, and the ribbon-cutting of our new Theatre and Dance Complex!

christie connolly

April 23, 2019

May Graduates Move Foward

The conclusion of another academic year at Texas Tech University means it is time to bid adieu to our graduating students. For some, this marks the end of their academic journey. For others, it is a checkpoint along the way to graduate school or further education.

Briana Moody

April 18, 2019

Theatre and Law Students Collaborate On 12,000 Voices Initiative

In January of 2019, following a successful reading of Reginald Rose’s play "12 Angry Men" performed by a cast of 12 Broadway actresses, producer Lauren Schneider announced the 12,000 Voices initiative. The initiative calls for staged readings of "12 Angry Men," performed by 12 impassioned women, to take place all across the United States. The initiative’s main focus is to increase voter awareness and registration as well as provide more opportunities for women performers.