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UPDATE: Big-money in Vegas no longer certain A&M's Myles Garrett will be top pick

Myles Garrett seemed to be a lock to tonight’s top pick of the NFL draft.

While chatter out of Cleveland, owner of the top pick, seems to favor Garrett going No. 682 more words


Studying with an End in Mind

By David Johnson, Master Tutor

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” That is a question that most of us encounter when we are young. 703 more words

Thoughts From Tutors

How Tutoring Has Impacted My Life

Working at the TECHniques Center is a once in a lifetime experience

By Elizabeth Hansen, Master Tutor

Life is a constant stream of making decisions. Each day, we’re faced with thousands of choices– big or small– that have a large impact on our future.

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Thoughts From Tutors

Save Tonight (and Fight the Rot of Bits): Open Access and Digital Preservation

by Heidi Winkler, Digital Preservation Librarian and Scholarly Communication Team member.

April 23-29, 2017, marks the American Library Association’s annual Preservation Week, a celebration of all things library preservation. 463 more words

Open Access

Texas Tech Opener vs Eastern Washington Stays On Saturday

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LUBBOCK (AP) – Texas Tech’s football season opener is staying on a Saturday.

Hours after the Big 12 Conference school announced Tuesday that its opener was being moved back a day to accommodate television, Texas Tech said the game would remain on Sept. 178 more words


A Few Takeaways from the 2017 Texas Tech Pro Day

My Craziest Idea Yet

About a week before Texas Tech’s Pro Day, I was laying on the couch in my apartment watching TV with my roommate. 523 more words