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Anita Reyna
Kaysie Ellingson

Faith Matters: Anita Reyna



Anita Reyna grew up in California and moved to Lubbock, TX to attend Lubbock Christian College. Her interest in social work started at young age with a passion for listening to people. She recalls her fascination of listening to her parents talk with people from around the country, when she became, what she deems, a student of conversation.

ITT: Inmates Find Self-Expression Through Art

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Amanda Miller recently spent the summer at Harvard as an Amgen Scholar.
Betsy Blaney

Inside Texas Tech: Amanda Miller


Amanda Miller didn’t have Texas Tech on her radar until her father brought her to Lubbock to see where he got his degree. Once she felt the good vibes, she says she knew the university was a great fit for her and her studies. Miller recently spent the summer at Harvard as an Amgen Scholar.

When she started at Texas Tech, Amanda Miller had her eye on pre-med with a double major – in biology and psychology. But the opportunity to do undergraduate research led her to what is...

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The Front Row: "Tune-In"

Anita Reyna
Kaysie Ellingson



Anita Reyna grew up in California and moved to Lubbock, TX to attend Lubbock Christian College. Her interest in social work started at young age with a passion for listening to people. She recalls her fascination of listening to her parents talk with people from around the country, when she became, what she deems, a student of conversation.

ITT: Inmates Find Self-Expression Through Art

Amanda Miller recently spent the summer at Harvard as an Amgen Scholar.
Betsy Blaney

Amanda Miller didn’t have Texas Tech on her radar until her father brought her to Lubbock to see where he got his degree. Once she felt the good vibes, she says she knew the university was a great fit for her and her studies. Miller recently spent the summer at Harvard as an Amgen Scholar.

ITT: Fighting the Deadliest Animal...the Mosquito

Sep 20, 2017
Mosquito crossing sign.
Kaysie Ellingson

They’re pretty small but mosquitos are in fact one of the deadliest animals in the world, killing hundreds of thousands of people a year. One Texas Tech researcher wants to chip in as much information as possible to help stave off severe outbreaks of Zika, West Nile or other mosquito-borne diseases.

Local physician, Dr. Patti Patterson's passion for medicine started from an early age. It originated from a drive to help animals, with the intention of becoming a veterinarian. It wasn't until she entered college, where the student population. She quickly realized the competitive edge she possessed while attending Lubbock Christina University. Dr. Patterson joins Tom McGovern on this episode on Faith Matters to discuss her career in medicine and her lifetime of caring for her community. 

The Texas Tech String Project
The Texas Tech String Project Facebook Page

The Texas Tech University String Project will hold “Tune-In,” an informational open house Tuesday, September 19 in the band hall at the Texas Tech University school of Music, from 4:30-7 p.m. for Lubbock area 4th grade students and their parents who wish to play a string instrument. Dr. Blair Williams and Dr. Clara Zahler join the discussion on this episode of The Front Row.

Dr. Williams tell us about yourself, a little bit about your background and how your journey brought you to Texas Tech.

"The Texas Liberator: Witness to the Holocaust" exhibition.
Betsy Blaney

Texas Tech Museum’s executive director Gary Morgan says the new “Texas Liberator: Witness to the Holocaust” exhibit gives a side of the war usually presented by generals, presidents and those in power.

“This exhibit looks much more at the impacts on those servicemen, those Texans when they came into those concentration camps and saw what can only be described as hell on earth,” he says.

Noche de Tango: Gardel, Rivero and More

Sep 14, 2017
Angel D'Agostino & Tino Garcia
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Tanda 1
Angel D'Agostino & Tino Garcia
Cafe de Barracas
Corazon Cobarde Carnavales
De Mi Vida

Tanda 2
Carlos Gardel
Soledad
Cheating Muchachita
Arrabal Amagro

Tanda 3
Edmundo Rivero
Canchero
Una Lagrima
Entre Tango y tango

Tanda 4
Florindo Sassone
A Media Luz
Dazarin
Celos

Tanda 5
Francisco Canaro
Re Fa Si
Retintin
La Cumparsita

Artist rendering of the final installation of Celestial Bodies.
Texas Tech University Website

Texas Tech artist-in-residency, Ismael de Anda III, is the most recent artist to leave his mark on the campus clad in public artwork. Next week, his most recent work titled, "Celestial Bodies," will be unveiled in Texas Tech's College of Human Sciences.

24 Frames Poetry Session: "Gun Wishes,"

Justin Louder, the associate vice provost of eLearning.
Kaysie Ellingson

Texas Tech has been doing distance learning since the mid 1960s. Not like it’s done now of course. These days it happens online and at various sites outside of Lubbock. And there are courses that people over 50 can take so that learning continues.

Justin Louder, the associate vice provost of eLearning, says Texas Tech began distance learning programs more than 50 years ago. And the method was unusual.

Galen Wixson playing the cello.
Kaysie Ellingson

Galen Wixson, President and CEO of Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, joins us on this episode of The Front Row to discuss their upcoming performance season and also gives a special performance of his own.

Your new season, titled “Imagine: Our Music, Your Canvas,” strikes a connection between art and music. Is that what you had in mind?

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