The Hidden Heroes Among Us: Odes Gish

Since being adopted at the age of 13, the road to Texas Tech University for Odes Gish was far from traditional. Searching for a way to become more self-disciplined and motivated, Gish enlisted in the United States Army in 2009 after graduating from high school. Now, he walks among the other Red Raiders on campus. Now a […]

The Hidden Heroes Among Us: Jeremy Sedeño

The Hub@TTU is launching a series focusing on veterans studying at Texas Tech University. The series, which will include photos, videos, diary entries, Q&A’s and profiles, will tell the stories of veterans transitioning back to civilian life and of those that have already made the transition. After dropping out of high school in 1995 and having his first […]

The Hidden Heroes Among Us: Justin Holt

The Hub@TTU is launching a series focusing on veterans studying at Texas Tech University. The series, which will include photos, videos, diary entries, Q&A’s and profiles, will tell the stories of veterans transitioning back to civilian life and of those that have already made the transition.  Feet that have walked in the most dangerous territories in the world […]

Uber Puts Lubbock In Motion

When Lubbock’s last taxi company closed in October, the city was left with one car service in town. Uber is a new concept in the transportation industry. According to the Uber website, the ridesharing service employs drivers with nice vehicles who are looking for a flexible work schedule. The company has strict requirements for drivers, including a […]

Salute Our Veterans

Because today is Veterans Day there are going to be lots of posts, tweets, and filtered photos about our nation’s heroes. While all of that is sweet and dandy, there is more that you can do to actually support our veterans and their families. It’s time that we put our differences aside and give back to […]

Veteran Roll Call

For its second year in a row the Military and Veterans Program hosted a roll call of fallen soldiers at Memorial Circle. The list of names read consisted of 597 fallen soldiers and was made up of Texan veterans who have died since 9/11. “It’s a more recent time frame but it’s easy to not […]

Military And Veterans Tailgate

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