Delicious, Nutritious and Ambitious

According to the South Plains Homeless Consortium, more than 400 people in Lubbock were counted homeless last year. Cesar Hernandez, a junior mechanical engineering major at Texas Tech, and three of his friends decided they wanted to do something about it. It was about a year ago that Hernandez noticed the amount of people living on the […]

In Their Own Words: What It’s Like To Be Homeless

By Nicolas Lopez They live under bridges and overpasses or scatter to abandoned homes at night. Some feel lucky to have shelter in Tent City. Ostracized by society, they all desperately seek to be heard. In previous articles I have written about poverty, hunger and homelessness in Lubbock, I often felt that I didn’t do full […]

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