• April 12, 2021

Tags : Texas Tech University

A Newborn’s Long Journey to Saturday

Saturday was a big day for a newly-minted El Paso family. Mother Dayla, dad Jesse and Baby Isabel headed home after staying in hospital for almost 3 months after her birth. As one would imagine, both Dayla and Jesse were ecstatic; however it was a long road to Saturday. Isabel was born 2 months premature – […]Read More

Texas A&M Vet School Tells Texas Tech: This State Ain’t

CANYON — Veterinarian Gregg Veneklasen loves what he calls “this part of the world.” He loves the natural beauty of the Palo Duro Canyon, the second-largest canyon in the country, only minutes from his home. He loves the peaceful vistas stretching across heartland plains. He loves the temperate weather, the friendly people and the animals […]Read More

Texas Tech University System Regents to Meet in El Paso

The TTU System Board of Regents will tour of the TTUHSC El Paso campus on the morning of March 1 as part of their scheduled two day meeting here in El Paso. TTU System BOR Chairman Rick Francis, TTU System Chancellor Robert Duncan, and TTUHSC El Paso President Richard Lange will all be in the Sun […]Read More

SMU Ties UT, Baylor Passes Texas A&M in 2017 U.S.

The latest version of the U.S. News and World Report college rankings are good news for Texas private schools. Not so for the state’s top public universities: All of them dropped in the influential list of the best schools in the country. SMU is now tied with the University of Texas at Austin as the second-best […]Read More

Is Texas Building Too Many Medical Schools?

Blair Cushing is just the kind of doctor Texas needs. She’s training to be a family physician, one of the most sought-after types of practitioner in the state. And she wants to work near the U.S. border with Mexico, one of Texas’ most medically underserved areas. But after graduating from the University of North Texas […]Read More