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Texas Tech Approves 2015 Fiscal Year Budget

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kimberlykv, Flickr

On Friday, August 8, the Finance and Administration Committee of the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents gave approval to 2015 Fiscal Year Operating Budgets for the university system.

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Al Lawrence of Texas Tech Chess Interview on KFYO’s Lubbock’s First News [AUDIO]

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Muhannad Fala'ah, Getty Images

Texas Tech University Director of Chess Al Lawrence spoke with Tom and Laura during the Tuesday edition of Lubbock's First News. Lawrence, who is a chess-master, provided information on TTU's Chess Team member's upcoming competition at the World Chess Olympiad in Tromso, Norway

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Texas Tech Adds Food Truck to Campus Dining Options

Texas Tech University
Texas Tech University

Capitalizing on the ever popular quick and easy street food Texas Tech University’s Hospitality Services has crafted a new food truck for campus goers. The new StrEat food truck is the first school-owned food truck in the Big 12 Conference.

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Lubbock County Republican Party Honors Robert Duncan’s Service in the Texas Legislature

Senator Robert Duncan
Senator Robert Duncan

Lubbock Republicans honored Robert Duncan for his service in the Texas Legislature on Thursday

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School of Banking Event at Rawls College of Business

Texas Tech University
Texas Tech University

Texas Tech University will host an annual School of Banking event this month. The 41st annual School of Banking Event, Educating Tomorrow’s Banking Leaders Today, will feature speaker Gayle Earls, former president and CEO of The Independent Bankers Bank and current Chairman of the Board of AccessBank Texas, along with Texas Tech Chancellor Emeritus Kent Hance.

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Deer Breeder Corporation Gifts Money to Texas Tech Researchers

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Wikipedia.org

Texas Tech University accepted a research investment today from the Deer Breeders Corporation. The investment in support of a white-tailed deer and cervids research program totaled more than $850,000. Tech researchers at The Institute of Environmental and Human Health, led by associate professors Ernest Smith and Steve Presley said the investment provides unique research opportunities.

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Texas Tech’s 15th Annual Annual Back to School Fiesta is in August

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kimberlykv, Flickr

Texas Tech University is set to host their 15th Annual Back to School Fiesta next month. At the event, students K-12 can enjoy free food, entertainment and school supplies.

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Did Texas Tech Make the Right Decision in Reinstating Freshman Football Player Nigel Bethel and Suspending Him for Three Games? [POLL]

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@karsonland1, Twitter

KFYO Poll of the Day

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Texas Tech College of Agricultural Sciences to Host Field Day

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David McNew, Getty Images

Texas Tech University’s College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources will host an event focusing on maintaining healthy lawns.

The July 21 event, Turfgrass Field Day, will include presentations on golf and athletic turf, plant growth regulators, pre-emerge herbicide, sodium removal from soils, irrigation audit demonstration and carbon sequestration

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Senator Robert Duncan Officially Resigns from the Texas Senate

Robert Duncan, Facebook
Robert Duncan, Facebook

Sen. Robert Duncan will become the new chancellor of the Texas Tech University System

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