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In the Right Place at the Right Time

Athletic trainer's years of CPR knowledge and quick thinking saved a man's life during a football game.

Chancellor’s Council Awards Announced

For 11 years, the council has recognized university system faculty members for outstanding teaching and research.

Scientists Refine Alzheimer's Simple Blood Test

The test, a simpler version of a previous blood test, has recently been validated in an international journal.

'Tis the Season to Be... Melancholy?

Do the holidays have you in a slump? You're not alone.

Odessa Gets Real With New Simulation Center

Students will soon have the opportunity to get real world training in an educational setting thanks to a $1 million gift.

Abilene Nursing Education on Solid Ground

The School of Nursing breaks ground on new nursing facility in Abilene.

TTUHSC Awarded Nearly $6 Million in Research Funds

CPRIT grants will help five university faculty members continue cancer research.

Don't Let the Flu Keep You Down This Season

Kelly Klein, M.D., gives us the details on the pesky flu bug and how to fight it in the coming months.

A Simple Way to Brighten a Day

Students’ service project provides hope to children with cancer.

Burning the Candle at Both Ends

The artist behind Texas Tech's newest pieces of art explains their meanings.

Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto

El Paso obstetrics and gynecology residents get a head start on learning how to perform surgery using robotic technology.

Two Time Survivor Keeps on Trucking

Despite being diagnosed with breast cancer twice in 12 years, truck driver Julie Pierce believes nothing worthwhile comes without a fight.

From Bumps and Bruises to Bulbs and Bouquets

Kat Linton, M.D., spends her days in the clinic but her spare time in the fields with an unlikely hobby.

Community Bikes for Burns

Annual charity bike ride and run raises money for burn patients in Lubbock.

Check for More Than Monsters in Your Closet This Fall

Student clothing drive and sale helps continue care at volunteer clinic.

University Sets Enrollment Record

Fall 2011 enrollment is up 11 percent over last year.

This Land is Our Land

A recent 10.8-acre land donation will allow for the growth of the Amarillo campus.

The Sun Rises on a New Health Clinic

Sunrise Canyon is Lubbock's newest planning and treatment facility for those suffering from mental illness or psychiatric crisis.

School of Nursing is “Mature at 30”

The school celebrated its 30th anniversary this month.

Take a Step Toward Cancer Awareness

Entries are now being accepted for the second annual Art Heals Creative Expo in Lubbock.