The 5-5-5 initiative was founded after Lubbock Fire Rescue lieutenant Eric Hill and Lubbock police officer Nick Reyna lost their lives while responding to an accident. Lubbock firefighter Matt Dawson was severely injured.
The exhibit, called “Black and Brown in Print,” highlights the Southwest Collection’s newspaper, oral history and archival collections documenting the legacy of Black and Hispanic newspapers on the South Plains.
Anderson says he recognized a need when a state official said there were 11,000 jobs related to addiction and recovery in Texas, but no place where a person could go to college and prepare for one of those careers. Then he discovered there was no licensing for addiction counselors.
Addiction Recovery at Texas Tech University chronicles Carl’s own struggle with addiction and describes how he established the model at TTU that has been replicated in colleges and universities across the nation.
Wood, a recognized leader in the small business community, joins the NSBA Leadership Council alongside other small business advocates from across the country as they work to promote the interests of small business to policymakers in Washington, D.C.
A portion of the Buddy Holly Center’s Fine Arts Gallery, in partnership with Texas Tech University’s Southwest Music Archive, presents the first of the West Texas Walk of Fame Exhibition Series: Sunday Night Jam.
Months after the nine-year-old black stallion, best known to fans as “Buzz” was announced as the horse to replace “Fearless Champion,” Tech fans throughout Texas all chimed in on what his name should be.