Texas Tech

To See Amazing Art, You Just Need to Go Back to School

August 18, 2023 | By Kristen O'Brien

As a longtime Austinite who is not an alumna of the University of Texas at Austin, I rarely had reason to set foot on campus—until I was invited to be part of a public art tour and found myself in the lobby of Welch Hall, where chemistry and biophysics are taught in the College of Natural Sciences.

Mike Leach, an Iconoclast of College Football, Leaves Lasting Legacy in Texas

December 15, 2022 | By Peter Warren  

Trying to find a single story to define the life of Mike Leach is an impossible task.

“Between Two Rivers” Explores the Rivers of Texas In Poetry and Photographs

December 2, 2019 | By Pam LeBlanc

Two Texas Tech University educators—one a photographer, the other a poet—have collaborated to create a coffee table book highlighting some of the state’s most beautiful terrain.

Chasing Windmills

August 12, 2009 | By E. Dan Klepper

Travel down any Texas highway, regardless of direction, season, or time of day, and you will pass a windmill.

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