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MCTV Newscast: 10-20

In this edition of the MCTV Weekday Update, Gaby Cortazar and Jenabeth Gunter have a look at all the news and events going on around the Tech campus.  First, we have some info regarding this week's "Week Without Violence" event, including ways for you to take part … [ More ]

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Early Voting Now Open In Texas Election

Greg Abbott, Wendy Davis, Kathie Glass or Brandon Parmer? Early voting opened on Monday, meaning it is time to choose who to vote for as the next Texas governor. Early voting will run through October 31, and Election Day will be November 4. Students who are registered to vote in another county can request a mail ballot during the early voting period. College students who are temporarily living away from home can mail in their ballot to … [Read More...]

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Ebola Fact Sheet : Texas Tech Edition

With flu season beginning soon, many Americans may confuse their symptoms with those of the Ebola virus. Although it is highly unlikely that a Lubbockite may contract Ebola, it is important to know the facts about the potentially deadly virus. History  First discovered in 1976 near the Ebola River in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Previously referred to as Ebola hemorrhagic fever Can be contracted by non-human primates, such as … [Read More...]

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Police Searching For Indecent Exposure Suspect

Campus police are searching for a man behind multiple cases of indecent exposure at the Texas Tech University Library over the past few days. The police report, which was released on Thursday, shows the first incident occurred on Oct. 10. A female student reported she was in a study carrel on the second floor stack-level at about 4:30 p.m., when the suspect knocked on the door. When she looked, she told police she saw a dark-skinned, black … [Read More...]

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MCTV Newscast: 10-16

In this special Homecoming edition of the MCTV Weekday Update, anchors Juan Gil and Brennen McGinty have a look at the last round of events and activities before Saturday's big game.  First, reporter Laura Duclos spent her Wednesday evening at this year's S.O. Sing.  Find out who finished first in this year's contest.  Also, we have a look at today's happenings around campus - including a unique activity where students could pose with their … [Read More...]

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Poll: How Concerned Are You That Ebola May Come To Lubbock?

After the Ebola scare that happened in Lubbock on October 16, many students have been troubled about the likelihood of the virus spreading to Lubbock. Read our story, and then tell us how concerned you are about Ebola.   … [Read More...]

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Lubbock Man Does Not Appear to Have Ebola

This morning, a Lubbock man was admitted to University Medical Center with two flu-like symptoms that are similar to Ebola, but news reports stated it has been confirmed he does not have Ebola. According to the Center for Disease Control website, clinical criteria involves having a fever above 101.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Additional symptoms include severe headache, muscle pain, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain or unexplained … [Read More...]