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Julia Sewing

Morning Edition Host & Producer

Julia is the Morning Edition Host and a radio producer with Texas Tech Public Media. She graduated with her bachelor's in electronic media and journalism from Texas Tech University, and her master's in mass communication from Texas Tech University in 2021. She also is an adjunct professor of journalism at TTU's College of Media and Communication. You can follow her on Twitter @_julsew_.

  • We get an update on the timeline of events that happened Tuesday in Uvalde. As News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick reports from Dupre Elementary, a celebration took place as today is the last day of elementary classes in that building.
  • TPR's Paul Flahive reports from Uvalde how the mass shooting that happened on Monday occurred right as students were preparing for summer vacation. Our Reporter Toluwani Osibamowo gives us an update on how this week's severe weather affected Lubbock's drought conditions.
  • President Biden spoke about passing "common-sense gun laws" following the mass shooting that occurred in Uvalde yesterday. Our News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick updates us on the election results.
  • Our News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick reminds us that for the second time this month, it's Election Day in Texas. We hear about how early voting wrapped up, and what you should know to go vote today.
  • This morning, our Reporter Jayme Lozano tells us about how the formula shortage is affecting Lubbockites, and how one Lubbock mom is donating her breast milk.
  • Our Reporter Jayme Lozano gives us an update on COVID-19 in Lubbock. TPR's Bonnie Petrie also tells us about how long COVID may be the bigger threat at hand.
  • Our Reporter Toluwani Osibamowo gives us insight into the yet again increasing gas prices. We also learn more about early voting in this runoff election.
  • News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick attended the swearing-in ceremony for Lubbock's new mayor and city council members. Our Reporter Toluwani Osibamowo tells us about the recent passing of a TTUHSC alumni.
  • This morning, our Toluwani Osibamowo explains the new application period for ARPA funds. The Texas Newsroom's Joseph Leahy tells us about how the US Supreme Court struck down a federal limit on how much elected officials can be reimbursed for loaning money to their campaigns.
  • News Director Sarah Self-Walbrick explains who is on the ballot for the primary run-off election. Early voting starts today, and election day is May 24th.