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Book discussions on ‘Bless Me, Ultima’ begin today
Copies of the contemporary novel, “Bless Me, Ultima” by Rudolfo Anaya will be available free for the first 20 participants who attend a series of entertaining discussions on the book.

Originator: Julie Barnett            Posted On :   10/8/2018
Arts & Entertainment * Lectures & Seminars 


Join a free program called the Body Project to feel better about your body!
The Body Project is a group aimed at helping people feel better about their bodies. You will be able to attend two, 2-hour sessions designed to improve your body image. If you are interested, please contact BodyProjectTTU@gmail.com.

Originator: Zohal Heidari            Posted On :   10/8/2018
Lectures & Seminars 


Katharine Hayhoe opens PLPS 2018-19 Series on October 12
Texas Tech University presents a discussion over climate change solutions, led by Katharine Hayhoe, to open the 2018-19 Presidential Lecture & Performance Series on Friday, October 12 at 7:00 pm in the Allen Theatre.

Originator: Sara Sorge            Posted On :   10/8/2018
Arts & Entertainment * Lectures & Seminars * Academic 


Mental Health First Aid USA
Mental Health First Aid USA Training

Originator: Shayla Hammock            Posted On :   10/8/2018
Lectures & Seminars * Student Organization * Student Employment/Career Opportunities 


Celebrate Diversity Awards Banqquet Award Recipients Announced
Dean Scott Ridley, Dr. Judi Henry and former Councilman TJ Patterson to be honored during this year's Celebrate Diversity Awards Banquet.

Originator: CP Powell            Posted On :   10/8/2018
Arts & Entertainment * Lectures & Seminars * Departmental Events 


THE SOUNDSCAPE OF BEIJING IN MODERN CHINESE FILM by Professor Honxia Wang
A lecture on Chinese cinema by Professor Hongxia Wang, Central Academy of Drama, Beijing, China

Originator: Lloyd Allred            Posted On :   10/8/2018
Lectures & Seminars * Academic 


Image of Absence: A Poetry Reading and Conversation about Translations
Please join the TTU Creative Writing Program for a bilingual reading from the book Image of Absence by the Mexican poet Jeannette Clariond & translated by Curtis Bauer. This reading will be followed by a conversation about translation.

Originator: Curtis Bauer            Posted On :   10/8/2018
Arts & Entertainment * Lectures & Seminars * Academic