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Andrew Hinton, archivist at the Vietnam Center and Archive
Betsy Blaney

As warfare continues in the Middle East and elsewhere, it’s important to understand the dynamics of how battles for territory are carried out. There are times that wars aren’t between just two sides. There are now insurgent forces and counter insurgent forces participating when nations wage conflicts.

The study of warfare can illustrate much. And it’s important to learn from the past in order to inform the future. That’s the aim of the second Annual Symposium on Modern Warfare, which is set for Friday at the International Cultural Center on the Texas Tech campus.

Lyle Lovett

The kickoff for this year’s Texas Tech’s Presidential Lecture & Performance Series is Texas native winner Lyle Lovett. The singer, songwriter and actor will be interviewed by Texas Tech Public Media General Manager Paul Hunton. Four other performances are scheduled from November through April.

President Lawrence Schovanec
Texas Tech University Website

Imperfect as the information in them might be, rankings of universities and colleges matter. The challenge, says Texas Tech president Lawrence Schovanec, is for the public to understand rankings’ limitations and for universities to be accurately represented.

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.