Amarillo Staff Senate hosts 2017 "Deck the Halls" contest

The TTUHSC Staff Senate in Amarillo hosted its "Deck the Halls" holiday door decorating contest last month. More doors were decorated than any previous year, and the Harrington Library won the contest for the second year in a row. Below are the top three submissions.


#1 - Harrington Library

Harrington Library


#2 - Office of Sciences in the Amarillo Research Building

Office of Sciences - Amarillo Research Building


#3 - Police Department

TTUHSC Police Department

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