#TuneInTuesday: Chance Won the Grammys

By Courtney White For some, Sunday may have just been a day to catch up on homework or watch the season premiere of The Walking Dead. For me and many others, it was a day to set aside all of my priorities and watch the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. While I am usually displeased with the […]

SGA Officers Give Opinions on Election

By MiKenna Williams Members of the Texas Tech University Student Government Association share an interest in both small- and large-scale politics, though their opinions diverge. Watch SGA executive officers and senators discuss their opinions on the presidential election, their voting decisions and the significance of this event. Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed in this video do not […]

Third-Party Candidates: America’s Only Hope?

By Rachel Blevins  With Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as the presumptive nominees of the two major parties, many constituents are considering voting for a third-party candidate, raising the question of the effect independent parties will have on the 2016 election. Daniel Zolnikov, a Republican state representative in Montana, said that while there may be support for […]

Meet The Members Of Heads Up Display

You’ve watched their videos, and you’ve probably heard about their tournament coming up in May. Now, you can finally put a face to their names. Watch the video to see how the group got started and what they hope the show turns into in the future. The first-ever Heads Up Display Tournament is going to take place May […]

Started From The Bottom, a Review

The first time I heard their music I had randomly stumbled upon it via Spotify, and needless to say, I was intrigued. A guy who chooses to ‘wear moccasins someone else has been walkin’ in’ and raps about gay marriage like a boss? Yeah, I’m listening. Last week I attended my first Macklemore and Ryan […]

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