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I guess we have all
felt this way, even without
painting it on a wall.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 12.2.2017



It’s quite a drop-off
(for flatlanders) and we must
watch for vertigo.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 12.2.2017



My friend Liz and I
(and our cameras) explored
this place one cold day.

Lubbock, Texas
photographed 12.2.2017


The Homeless In Lubbock: Their Story and The Community That Surrounds Them

By: Marissa Ramos, Gwendolyn Cardenas and Alyssa Riojas

Homelessness impacts hundreds of individuals due to economic, societal and geographical factors.

The National Coalition for Homelessness reported in 2016 there were approximately 425 homeless people in Lubbock. 1,276 more words

Women's Safety in Lubbock

By Leah Doherty, Caroline Huey and Sydney Carpenter

Lyssa Bell distinctly recalls the time she felt unsafe in her own home.

“It was about 8 o’clock that night and my cousin had gone into the bathroom that we shared. 1,037 more words

Educators Discuss Diversity Within Public Schools

By Matt Cardenas, David Gay and Tyler Tyre

According to responses from a survey, students at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said diversity is “a variety of experiences, identities and backgrounds.” More specifically, one student said in the survey that diversity is “participation of persons/interaction between people who are different according to social constructs (such as race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, gender, education level, etc.)” 1,423 more words


let all that you do be done in love

Hi I’m going to paint a scene for you.

So today, the LBK was basically snowed in. It was reported that we got a total of about 9-10 inches of snow and it was beautiful. 847 more words