MCTV Newscast: 2-23

In this Thursday edition of the MCTV Weekday Update, anchors Abby Aldrich and Megan Reyna are in studio with the latest news, information and events happening around campus.  First, Tech’s Student Government Association is gearing up for the annual spring elections.  We’ll have a look at the candidates for executive office.  Also, the campus skyline […]

#TuneInTuesday: Maggie Rogers

Many may be unfamiliar with the unique artist Maggie Rogers, but the 22-year-old has taken the music industry by storm. On February 16, she released her first EP, Now that the Light is Fading, featuring her hit that left Pharrell Williams speechless. Rogers has been making and producing music since she was in high school, but her […]

Adulting 101: How to Do Laundry

The Hub@TTU is introducing a series to help college students understand the basics of adult life. In our first episode of “Adulting 101,” learn how to properly do laundry.

West Texas as a Wine Leader

When West Texas comes to mind, the first thing you think about may not necessarily be wine. However, many wineries in the Lubbock area have rich histories, like Llano Estacado, that are leaving their mark on the growing Texas wine industry. In 1983, the winery decided to replace all its equipment, and installed state-of-the-art tanks, […]

Conversations with Candidates: Fearless

Alen Jacob contributed to this article. As expressed in their bloc’s name, four candidates for executive positions of the Student Government Association hope to fearlessly lead the students of Texas Tech University. Hunter Hall, candidate for student body president, said his main initiative focuses on sexual assault. He said survivors should know they are not […]

Conversations with Candidates: Raiders Empowered

Alen Jacob contributed to this article. As expressed in their bloc’s name, four candidates for Student Government Association’s executive positions hope to empower students if elected. Their initiatives hope to improve safety and student life at Texas Tech University. Robbie Meyer, candidate for student body president, said he would like to implement WiFi in the […]

MCTV Sports 101 – 2/16/17

In this edition of MCTV Sports 101, join hosts Kyle Stafford and Billy Ingle as they debate the wide world of sports. Whether the two agree or disagree, they promise to bring you all the details as they cover the biggest headlines of the week. Here are this week’s topics: NFL: Romo Round-Up CWBB: UConn’s […]

Weekly Poll: Online Misrepresentation

Brought to mainstream attention by the MTV show “Catfish,” some people choose to misrepresent themselves through social media. The television show tells stories of people who have online relationships, but have never actually met their significant other. While it may seem obvious that the people in this show are being fooled, there are many ways to […]

MCTV Newscast: 2-16

In this Thursday edition of the MCTV Weekday Update, anchors Nick Hay and Kodichi Nwankwo have the latest news, information and events happening around campus.  First, love was in the air as Valentine’s Day took over on Tuesday.  Find out how a couple of campus groups provided some unique options for last minute gifts.  Also, […]

Muslim Imam: ‘We Feel That We Are American’

By Mary Onishi “Shut Up and Dance” by Walk the Moon was blasting through my car’s speakers when I pulled up to the Islamic Center of the South Plains, one of two mosques in Lubbock. I walked into the quiet entrance of the mosque where I was asked to slip off my Chuck Taylors and leave […]

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