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MCTV Newscast: 9-30

In this edition of the MCTV Weekday Update, anchors Sydney Carpenter and Stevie Little have a look at several events going on around the Tech campus.  First up, we have an update on last week's Battle of the Residence Halls Blood Drive - including a look at this … [ More ]

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The College Football Playoff: Two Teams from the Same Conference? Not So Fast…

This year is the first college football season with a playoff at the end of the year rather than the top two teams being pitted against each other to play for the national title. Four teams will be chosen by a selection committee, independent of any rankings and polls. It is no longer the BCS, a combination of media, coaches and computers, or any other system for that matter, choosing who plays each other at the end of the season. In … [Read More...]

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MCTV Newscast: 9-29

In this Monday edition of the MCTV Weekday Update, anchors Andrew Cassidy and Jenabeth Gunter  have your daily look at the events and information around the Tech campus.  First, we have some information regarding a recent visit by a Texas state senator that could help you land a dream internship in Austin or Washington, D.C.  Also, as Tech continues to grow in size, is it also increasing in quality?  Find out where the university landed in the … [Read More...]

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Chatting with Alumni: Halie Hartman

In "Chatting with Alumni," I will sit down (at my computer desk) and email alumni of the College of Media and Communication and catch up about life after graduation and their memories of Texas Tech. This week, I got in touch with Halie Hartman, a marketing communications consultant for a Houston-based marketing and design firm, HexaGroup. Hartman is a 2009 graduate with a B.A. in journalism, a B.A. in psychology and a minor in mass … [Read More...]

Marissa Hernandez rehearses for Puccini's opera Suor Angelica. Hernandez is a sophomore vocal performance major.

Three Nights At The Opera

The Texas Tech University School of Music and Lubbock Moonlight Musicals will perform two one act operas, "Suor Angelica" and "The Old Maid and The Thief" on September 26-28 at the Wells Fargo Amphitheater. 'Suor Angelica' was written by Italian composer Giacomo Puccini, who is notable for other works like "La Boheme" and "Madama Butterfly." Gian Garlo Menotti wrote the "The Old Maid and the Thief." Gerald Dolter, Tech's music theatre … [Read More...]

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MCTV Newscast: 9-25

In this Thursday edition of the MCTV Weekday Update, anchors Juan Gil and Shelby Kimball are in the studio to bring you the latest on the happenings around the Tech campus.  First, the university enrollment is larger this year which leads to not only more students in classes but more people living in the dorms as well.  Reporter Ashlyn Tubbs stopped by Horn/Knapp Hall to find out how Tech is accommodating the additional residents.  Later, … [Read More...]


Announced Task Force Similar to One at Nellis’ Previous School

After several fraternities have been punished this semester for alleged misconduct, Texas Tech University announced a task force will be created to monitor Greek organizations on campus; a plan that resembles a program Tech President M. Duane Nellis utilized at his previous school. On Wednesday, Tech released a statement saying the task force will review current policies, procedures and programs associated with Greek life on … [Read More...]