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Recent Campus Building Additions & Updates College of Media & Communication

The College of Mass Communications is now the College of Media & Communication and is in the newly renovated (previous Business Administration) building at 15th and Flint Avenue.

Kent R. Hance Chapel

The Boston Avenue Residence Hall & Dining Facility Located on the corner of Boston Avenue and 18th, this new residence hall was open for occupancy in August. The facility houses 506 students and will include suite-style rooms, similar to those in CarpenterWells and Murray Hall.

Completed in June 2012, the Kent R. Hance Chapel is a nondenomination chapel located on campus at 19th and University. The chapel is available for use by Tech and the Lubbock community.

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The Executive Officers of the Texas Tech Student Government Association

Reed Young

External Vice President

Noelle Trotter

Internal Vice President

Alex Alston President

Word’s Worth From the SGA External Vice President

Fellow Red Raiders, The WORD magazine is the official SGA student guide at Texas Tech, and has been for 37 years. The WORD is a great guide for all students to become informed about our campus and how to truly enhance their college experience. I would like to formally introduce myself as your new external vice president and update you on some of the initiatives I have already begun work on. One of my top priorities is to fulfill my campaign platform of increasing safety on campus. I am on the Campus and Community Safety Work Group, and I have addressed this issue and my plans to fix it by increasing campus lighting with the committee. We are now in the process of looking at the cost and labor necessary to put LED lights in the existing light fixtures on campus. LED lights will generate more light for each fixture and save money in the long run. Another initiative I am working on is the S-Bus, our newest addition to the SafeRide family. The S-Bus runs Thursday through Saturday from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. and serves the North Overton apartment complexes. The S-Bus provides a safe ride

home for students on Broadway or in the Depot District. I would like to expand its routes to serve more of our student residential areas. With Texas Tech making its way to Tier One status and more and more students coming into the Lubbock community, I want to lay the groundwork for our students to have a voice in city issues. This means adding more Tech students to public committees so they can be more informed of Lubbock issues. I would really like for the city of Lubbock to feel a true connection with our students. If you have suggestions or want to find out how student government can help you, please let me know. My door is always open. I am working hard for the students of Texas Tech. Wreck ‘em!

Student Union & Activities promotes student success by: • providing an environment for relaxation, social interaction, education and exchange of thoughts. It serves Tech students, staff, faculty, alumni and the greater Lubbock community.

• complementing the university’s academic programs by enhancing the overall educational experiences of students through participation in social, multicultural, intellectual, community service and campus governance programs.

Student Union & Activities offers: M. Reed Young External Vice President Student Government Association Texas Tech University

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• Places to Eat • The Official University Bookstore • Meeting and Study Rooms • Banking and ATM Machines

• Wireless Internet Connections • 400 Student Organizations • Copy Mail Services • TV Lounge and Games Area

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The SGA works to represent the interests and concerns of students to the Texas Tech administration, the Lubbock community, and local and state governments.

Student Government Association Senators SGA Chief of Staff Jake Bray

Journal Clerk Taylor Weeks

At-large Senators

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“My Honors experience in one word: UPGRADE. As an Honors student, you can take smaller classes. You can live in the best dorms on campus. You register for classes first. And when you upgrade your resume with the words “Honors College,” you’re a great candidate for undergraduate research, a congressional internship, study abroad opportunities, and more. So take an upgrade—be in the Honors College.” Aaron Carver Graduate 2015 Chemical Engineering Major Congressional Intern, Washington, D.C. ConocoPhillips SPIRIT Scholar Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society Chancellor’s Top Scholar

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The Texas Tech Students Guide Eating & fun 27 43 36 38 52 52

Dining Bucks Dining Guide Hotel reservations a must Parents Weekend 101: Entertaining Mom & Dad Plan your party or event SGA Raider Bucks - Coupons!

Got wheels? 24 23 23 24

Commuter Parking Conundrum Solved Maintaining Your Vehicle Motorist Assistance Program: 742-MAPP Parking: Beware & Read the Signs

Money tips 32 35 34 52

Cash in a Flash Banking Guide Learn to Manage Money SGA Raider Bucks - Coupons!

Guns up! 38 36 37 102

Something for Everyone to Do Book your hotel early No time to be reserved about reservations The WORD sponsors

Safety issues 40 17 40 9 40

Crisis & Get Help Numbers Responsible Drinking S-Bus; 742-RIDE; 742-NITE Safe Social Networking While Away Traveling Safety Tips

College life is good 16 16 29 3

Health Tips for Surviving College Healthy Habits KTXT 88.1 New on campus

SGA 5 6 33 5

Executive Officers The SGA Senators Get involved in an organization Word’s Worth

Stay the course 28 29 28 41 9 27

Earn a Master’s Degree in One Year Go Red. Go Black. Go Abroad New: Graduate Seminar in Political Geography Help Students Make Better Grades IT Training - Computer Software Classes are Free Pegasus Program

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Dorm / Apartment / House!

13 How to be a wise renter 12 Living On & Off Campus 14 Rooming: Getting Along

About Texas Tech 30 10 19 19 48 30 9 29

Find Out About Your Future at the Career Center Navigating the Tech Website The Matador Song Fight Song Religious Connections The Library Student ID & Raider Card Teach or Research Abroad

Maps & seating diagrams 92 19 20 90

Campus Map with Bus Routes Jones AT&T Stadium United Spirit Arena Busing Route Times

Save the dates!

Fashion

Home sweet home

Student survival stuff

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Final Exams Football Schedule Men’s Basketball Schedule Soccer Schedule Volleyball Schedule Women’s Basketball Schedule 2012-2013 Academic Calendar 2012-2015 Short Calendar

Use Your Super Powers!

THE WORD is published by Word Publications in cooperation with THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION as a service to the students of Texas Tech University. Opinions expressed by publishers and writers are not to be considered an official expression by Texas Tech University or the publisher. The appearance of advertising, including supplements and inserts, in the publication does not constitute an endorsement by Texas Tech University of the products or services advertised. Everything advertised in this publication must be made available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to the race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or patron. A violation or rejection of this policy of equal opportunity by an advertiser will result in the REFUSAL to print future advertising from that source. All rights reserved. No part of the design, cover, format, editorial and/or written contents may be copied, imitated or reproduced in any form, or incorporated into any form of retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, without © 2012 Word Publications / Student Government Association of Texas Tech University the prior written consent of the registered copyright owner.

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IT Training Student ID & Raider Card Your Texas Tech ID card is an all-in-one card acting as your ID card and your Raider Card. Your ID card houses your dining plan, residence hall access, your Raider Card account, Rec Sports Center access, and sporting events. Your student ID card is good as long as you are enrolled at Texas Tech. But there is a replacement fee if the card is lost, stolen, or damaged, and you may check your Raider Card and Dining Bucks balances at www.raidercard.ttu.edu. Students, faculty, and staff are all able to get an ID/Raider Card. To get your Raider Card, stop by the ID/Raider Card office in Room 103 inside the Student Union building. Bring a picture identification with you. You receive your ID card after you have registered for classes. Similar to a prepaid debit card, your Raider Card allows you to spend money on campus at many locations. Your Raider Card may be used at all hospitality service locations on campus, student health services and pharmacy, Copy Tech, residence hall laundry services, architecture, library, Starbucks (on-campus location only), recreational sports, UMC dining hall, computer labs at political science, education, art department, and advising center, and Varsity Bookstore (off-campus). To deposit funds to your Raider Card account, log onto www. raidercard.ttu.edu, click the “quick deposit” link, enter your R# and credit card information, and click submit. You may also deposit in person at the University ID office. If you have questions about your ID Card, call the ID/Raider Card office at 806-742-1457 or send an email to raidercard@ttu.edu. The ID/ Raider Card office is located in Room 103 in the SUB.

Computer software classes are FREE

Wish you knew more about Photoshop? Don’t know your Flash from your Dreamweaver? Need help with statistical programs such as SAS and SPSS? How about additional Excel skills? Lucky for you the Texas Tech IT Division offers a wide range of computer software classes for all Texas Tech students for FREE. Take advantage of these classes to learn more or sharpen your skills. All Short Courses are taught by professional IT staff members and are held in the main ATLC facility, located in the west basement of the University Library building. Short Courses are offered each semester, including summer, so you are free to choose convenient class times that fit into your schedule. Class sizes are limited, so register in advance. Choose from courses in graphics and media, Microsoft Office, statistics, web development and publishing, and many other workshops. We also offer training “anytime, anywhere” through free online Computer-Based Training (CBT). CBT courses are online, selfpaced, and interactive. There are more than 4,000 courses, covering basic to advanced technology skills, customer service, project management, and general management skills. For information about software and computing courses offered by the IT Division, visit www.itts.ttu.edu/training.

Safe Social Networking While On Vacation Sharing vacation plans with friends, family, and co-workers using social networks is a common means of interacting in our world today. Due to the public nature of social networking, wait until you return home to post your vacation details and photos. The Texas Tech IT Division suggests these social networking safety tips for when you are on vacation: • Do not post trip updates while you are away -- such information “advertises” that you are not home, making your unoccupied home vulnerable to criminals prowling the web for personal info. • Have a family discussion and agree on rules about sharing information while on vacation. • Never share vacation details, including dates, times, or any information about family members that remain at your home while you are gone. • While on vacation, turn off location service applications on your phone unless you need to use one. • If possible, take a break – vacations are a great time to disconnect from the world for a while. For more safe computing information, visit: http://www. safecomputing.ttu.edu. TexasTechWord.com / 2012-2013

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2012-2013 • Volume 37

The Texas Tech SGA Student’s Guide The 37th edition of The WORD was produced through the efforts of many people. This summer two incredible Texas Tech students interned for The WORD. Both were students in the College of Mass Communications at Texas Tech. Logan Ramsey is a senior public relations major from Austin, Texas, who graduated in August 2012. After graduation, Logan moved to Washington, D.C. to pursue a career in politics. Shay Wiggins has the superpower to manage time in which hours can be manipulated in order to accomplish everything necessary within each day. Shay drew the characters for the front cover of The WORD. Shay is a marketing major with a minor in advertising. She plans to pursue a career in the advertising industry and is a professional doodler. Publisher: Word Publications 1310 Avenue Q, Lubbock, Texas 79401 806-744-2220 • www.wordpub.com www.TexasTechWord.com 10

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Navigating the Tech Website Texas Tech University: http://www.ttu.edu Admissions: http://www.ttu.edu/admissions Alumni: http://www.texastechalumni.org/s/1422/start.aspx Athletics: http://www.texastech.com Donors and Friends: http://www.give2tech.com Faculty and Staff: http://www.ttu.edu/facstaff Media: http://today.ttu.edu/media Online and Regional Sites: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/distancelearning Parents & Family: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/parentrelations Visitors Center: http://www.visit.ttu.edu Current Students............................................http://www.ttu.edu/current.php Academic Calendars.http://www.depts.ttu.edu/officialpublications/calendar Academic Testing Center.......................... http://www.depts.ttu.edu/testing Advising Center............................................................ www.advising.ttu.edu Business Services............. http://www.depts.ttu.edu/studentbusinessservices Career Services..................................http://www.depts.ttu.edu/careercenter Catalog & Course Descriptions ..............................................http://www.depts.ttu.edu/officialpublications Computer Training.................................................www.itts.ttu.edu/training Counseling Center.......................................... http://www.depts.ttu.edu/scc Disability Services............................ http://www.depts.ttu.edu/students/sds Financial Aid.....................................http://www.financialaid.ttu.edu/home First Year Raider Experience .....................................http://www.depts.ttu.edu/centerforcampuslife/fyre Freshman Seminar – RaiderReady ......................... http://www.depts.ttu.edu/provost/acadaffairs/raiderready Graduate Admissions.......................... http://www.depts.ttu.edu/gradschool Health Services................................... http://www.ttuhsc.edu/studenthealth Honors College.............................................................. www.honors.ttu.edu Hospitality Services.............................http://www.depts.ttu.edu/hospitality Housing on campus.......................................................www.housing.ttu.edu IT Services for students...............................http://www.ttu.edu/it4students Learning Center..................................... http://www.depts.ttu.edu/passcntr Legal Services.................................................. http://www.depts.ttu.edu/sls Libraries.................................. http://www.ttu.edu/academics/libraries.php Office of International Affairs........http://www.iaff.ttu.edu/main/index.asp Organizations............................... http://www.ttu.edu/campus/stuorgs.php Parking Services................................................ http://www.parking.ttu.edu Police Department (TexasTech)..................... http://www.depts.ttu.edu/ttpd Raidergate............................................http://www.depts.ttu.edu/raidergate Raiderlink................................http://portal.texastech.edu/cp/home/loginf Registrar........................... http://www.depts.ttu.edu/registrar/default.aspx Responsible Community Living .................................http://www.depts.ttu.edu/dos/responsible-living.aspx Senates..........................................http://www.ttu.edu/campus/senates.php Student Government Association....................http://www.depts.ttu.edu/sga Student Union & Activities............................ http://www.depts.ttu.edu/sub Study Abroad............................................. http://www.studyabroad.ttu.edu Testing Accommodations.............. http://www.depts.ttu.edu/testing/ta.php The Daily Toreador................................................... www.dailytoreador.com The WORD Magazine.......................................... http://texastechword.com Writing Center................................................................. http://uwc.ttu.edu


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Tech students represent approximately 10 percent of the Lubbock community. As homeowners, renters, and consumers at local businesses, students have a definite impact on the economy. More than half of the Tech student body lives off campus. Tech’s Responsible Community Living website offers some pointers to consider before moving off campus. Do your research: thoroughly research the area. Do your best to be a good neighbor: treat your neighbor as you would like to be treated. Be considerate. Be an Informed Consumer: don’t sign a lease agreement without consulting a parent or guardian. Consider your safety: be familiar with the neighborhood you are considering. Consider your personal health: important aspects of student’s success are physical and emotional well-being. http://www.depts.ttu.edu/dos/responsible-living.aspx

Living On-Campus Texas Tech provides students with 14 residence halls, two suitestyle halls, and an apartment complex on campus. On-campus students live within walking distance of class, the library, the Student Union building (SUB), the student recreation center, and more. Living in residence halls allows students to build relationships with others in a close knit community. On-Campus Housing Info: For the first time ever, students are required to show proof of a meningitis vaccine. On-campus housing is in high demand. New students may sign up using the Priority Room Selection system. Students with fewer than 30 college hours, excluding dual credit or credit by exam, are required to live on campus. University Student Housing offers residence life and professional staff positions.


Renting apartments or houses can be a difficult process, especially for someone new to the renting game. Step 1: Shop for places you would like to live. Pick up some SGA housing guides at the SUB, SGA office, or the Visitors Center, and flip through them. Housing guides will have basic information such as rates, utilities and whether or not they allow pets. Be cautious of on-line listings, and make sure you do your homework. Step 2: Meet with a realtor or landlord to look at apartments or houses. Impressions are important when you’re renting. When you meet with a realtor, look neat and be polite. Realtors aren’t going to treat you like a responsible adult if you don’t look and act like one. (Keep in mind, students are not a protected class, and property owners have the right to refuse to rent to students.) On your first visit, know what questions you want to ask. Here are some things you’ll need to know: Ask about maintenance. Who is responsible for the upkeep? What if something breaks? What if you break something? Step 3: If you like what you see, the next step is to apply for the apartment or house. Be financially prepared. Many places charge an application fee, and most require a down payment or deposit or fee when you apply. (Do not apply for several different apartments or houses. Most of the time, the deposits and fees are non-refundable.) You will need your social security card, driver’s license, employment information, contact information for current and past employers, and contact information for your current landlord. Renters may have income requirements, and they will contact your employers and your current (and past) landlords to make sure you’re a responsible renter. What if you don’t have any rental history? Most renters will require that a parent signs a guarantor form. That way if you mess up, mom and dad will be forced to pick up the tab. Remember, this is how you establish credit and rental history. Landlords will also check your criminal history, and that could be grounds for refusal. Tip: If you have any criminal history, let them know upfront. View this as an opportunity to build good credit. Step 4: Sign the lease. Read the lease. Yes, they’re long and boring, but you need to understand what you’re committing to. Step 5: You’re in! Now, how can you be a good renter? You now have responsibilities. You have

to keep things clean, whether you’re in an apartment or a house. If you’re in a house, keep your yard mowed. You have to remember to pay the rent and the utility bills on time, and if something breaks, you have to fix it or pay to have it fixed. Buy renter’s insurance. If something happens to your living space, it’s your problem. The owner is not responsible for things such as damage caused by natural disasters, fires, roof leaks, or break-ins, but renter’s insurance will cover those things. Talk to your insurance company about renter’s insurance, and make sure you understand everything they cover before you buy. It’s inexpensive and well worth it. Be a good neighbor. Be respectful of the people living near you, and remember, they can get you into trouble with your landlord and also with the law. Don’t trash the place. Be respectful of the space you are renting because if you tear up a house or an apartment, you’re destroying someone’s property, (which is called vandalism). Your credit and renting history will follow you wherever you go. If you miss or are late on payments, that will always be on your record and will cause problems next time you want to rent or buy. Also, do not leave somewhere still owing money because you will have to get that straightened out later on down the road.

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• Let your housemates know where you are going and when you will be back. • Lock your doors and windows. • Ask before you borrow things.

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• If you damage your roommate’s property, replace it and apologize. • Make time to see the people you call roommates. • Let your roommates know if you plan to have people over and be considerate of how long they visit. • Make sure that he or she gets their messages and mail. • Keep a calendar of when bills are due, and a place where it’s checked off as each portion is paid and when it was paid. • Clean up after yourself (and your guests). • Devise a system for shared-space cleaning, and maintenance. • Be considerate if your roommate is studying, not feeling well, or resting. • Do something nice once in a while. • Treat your housemate, as you would want to be treated. • Discuss differences. Are you a morning person or a night owl? • Do not engage in conversations with your roommate’s parents about their behavior.

• Do not let your friends use your roommate’s possessions. • Pets…. Treat pets as an extended guest. They are your responsibility, so choose wisely.

• Don’t discuss problems with friends. This helps reduce rumors and side conversations. • Confront the problem directly with the person • Consider your timing. Is this a difficult time or a good time? • Think about what you’re going to say before you say it and have solutions in mind before you complain. Example, “Please don’t park behind people who have early classes.” • Be reasonable. If your roommate forgets to do a chore, don’t get upset, chances are it won’t happen again. Set out a jar for offenses -- miss a chore, pay a fine. • Don’t accuse. Find solutions rather than creating problems.


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A proper diet and exercise routine can be hard to implement, especially for college students trying to juggle a social and academic life. Luckily, you can get back on track with great places in Lubbock!

How to snack right

Snacking can be a problem for most of us - especially when bored. Yet, changing the way you snack with just a few details, such as the amount of sugary sweets and sodas consumed, can help lower your chance of weight and health problems. Smoothie King offers a variety of smoothies to choose from that are naturally sweetened with real fruit and are a convenient alternative for the sweet tooth. Many of these smoothies have zero fat. Just make sure you tell them to “make it a skinny.”

How to eat healthy

Deciding to eat healthier foods can be extremely beneficial

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with even the tiniest adjustments such as switching to olive oil from butter or adding a salad instead of mashed potatoes. It is usually easier to maintain a proper diet while eating from home where you can monitor the ingredients, but when you eat out, ask questions. You’ll be surprised to find out the ingredients in some restaurant’s “healthier” choices. Bless Your Heart is a one-ofa-kind restaurant located right here in Lubbock which offers a low-fat, heart-healthy menu. On the menu, you can see the amount of carbohydrates, calories, cholesterol, fat and sodium you are taking in while still enjoying delicious meals.

How to handle stress

College can be a time where students start experiencing significant stress levels for the first time and can begin to feel “overwhelmed.” Small amounts of stress can be a good thing

that keeps your body alert, but too much can actually lead to health risks such as headaches and lack of sleep. Learning to maintain a balance in your everyday routine including proper time management can keep you from the “student syndrome” of procrastinating which normally corresponds with stress and anxiety. Escape Your Body Float Center can help relieve the tension associated with stress with an innovative float tank. Two hours in one of these relaxing float tanks has been rated as equal to 8 hours of sleep and can lower biochemicals directly related to stress. For more info check out the website, http://escapeyourbody. net.

How to stay in shape

Exercise is beneficial to your health in areas such as weight, cholesterol, and blood pressure. Exercise can also help improve your mood, sex life, and sleeping. Even small amounts of exercise 30 minutes a day such as walking can drastically change one’s stamina, appearance, and mental well-being. The Rec at Texas Tech is always available for students and is a great place to begin your exercise career, but if you are looking for places outside of the school or are taking a semester off, look no further than Body Works and Planet Fitness. Planet Fitness is open 24/7 so with a busy college schedule, you can always find time to work out.

Healthy Habits

Healthy eating habits Healthy snack options • Mealtime rule-of-thumb: ½ your plate = vegetables, ¼ = meat, and ¼ = whole grain. • It’s healthier to have several small meals throughout the day rather than three big meals. • If you’re a late-night snacker, factor late-night snacking into your diet by counting it as one of your meals. • The earlier you eat and the more active you are before you go to bed, the more calories you burn. • Eat at places that have healthier options available. For example, most of the cafeterias on campus have salad bars. Stirfry is also a healthier option, especially if it’s made with water rather than oil. • Consider your options when you go out to eat. • Chicken is the least fatty meat, and fish is also a healthy option. Stay away from red meat or fried foods as much as possible. • Choose water or tea instead of energy drinks and sodas. • Remember, balance is key; most things are OK in moderation. For example, things such as salt and cheese are OK in small proportions.

Fruits and veggies, rice cakes with honey, smoothies, popcorn you can season yourself, trail mix, granola bars, and dried fruit.

Three types of exercise: • Cardiovascular exercise is for increasing your heart rate and burning fat. This includes activities such as using elliptical machines, running, biking, and swimming. • Interval training is about changing your workout so your body doesn’t get used to any particular exercise. • Resistance training or core training is exercising to tone your muscles. This includes work outs such as lifting weights, working with resistance bands or stability balls.

Quick tips

for fun & easy exercising • Walk on campus. • Go out dancing with friends. • Join group exercise classes. • Ride your bike to places off campus. • Take the stairs. • Go hiking or biking in parks. • Get involved with intramural sports on campus. • Go swimming with friends.


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1. Know your limit.

Know how much alcohol you can handle without losing control. Most people find that no more than a drink an hour will keep them in control of the situation and avoid drunkenness.

2. Eat food.

Having a healthy meal before drinking will slow the absorption of alcohol in your blood stream. Avoid typical “bar food” that is salty and encourages more drinking.

3. Sip your drink.

Sip your drink and order two waters for every alcoholic beverage. You’ll save money and remember what happened.

4. Be an adult.

If you don’t want to drink, don’t. Be the designated driver instead and commend yourself for being a good friend.

5. Be particular.

Become particular about what you consume. Cultivate taste. Choose quality rather than quantity. Learn the names of fine wines, whiskeys, and beers. Learn what beverage goes with what foods.

6. Avoid anything you don’t know.

Such drinks as zombies and other fruit and rum drinks can be deceiving, as the alcohol is not always detectable, and it is difficult to space them out. Anything mixed in a trashcan is usually a bad idea.

7. Appoint a designated driver.

Have someone available who will not be drinking and will drive all drinkers home. This is critical if any person has consumed more than one drink per hour.

8. Careful use.

Use alcohol carefully in connection with other drugs. This includes over-the-counter drugs such as sleeping pills and cold or cough medicines. Alcohol should be avoided while taking certain antibiotics, arthritic, anti-depressant, and many other prescription medications. Check with your physician or pharmacy before you drink while on any prescription drug.

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9. Let others opt out from drinking.

Respect people who choose not to booze. Whatever their reason, let it be.

10. Avoid the heat.

Avoid drinking on a hot day out in the sun. This might produce hypoglycemia, which can cause dizziness, weakness, and mood change.

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2012 Texas Tech Football Schedule

Date

Opponent

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Northwestern State Texas State New Mexico* Iowa State● Oklahoma● West Virginia ● ●● TCU● Kansas State● Texas● Kansas● Oklahoma State● Baylor●

● BIG 12 Conference Games

●● Homecoming

Location

Lubbock San Marcos, Texas Lubbock Ames, Iowa Lubbock Lubbock Fort Worth, Texas Manhattan, Kansas Lubbock Lubbock Stillwater, Oklahoma Arlington, Texas * Family Weekend

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Volleyball Schedule *Sept. 22 vs. Kansas 6 p.m. Sept. 26 at TCU in Fort Worth 6:30 p.m. * Sept. 29 vs. Texas 2 p.m. *Oct. 6 vs. Iowa State Oct. 10 at Baylor in Waco 7 p.m. Oct. 13 at West Virginia in Morgantown 4 p.m. *Oct. 17 vs. Oklahoma 6 p.m. Oct. 20 at Kansas State in Manhattan, Kan. *Oct. 27 vs. West Virginia 6 p.m. Oct. 31 at Oklahoma in Norman, Okla. 7 p.m. Nov. 3 at Iowa State in Ames, Iowa *Nov. 7 vs. TCU 6 p.m. Nov. 14 at Texas in Austin * Nov. 17 vs. Kansas State 6 p.m. *Nov. 21 vs. Baylor 6 p.m. Nov. 24 at Kansas in Lawrence, Kan. Nov. 30-Dec. 1 NCAA First & Second Rounds, Campus Sites Dec. 7-8 NCAA Third & Fourth Rounds, Regional Sites Dec. 13 NCAA Semifinals, Louisville, Kent. Dec. 15 NCAA Championship, Louisville, Kent. * Bold face = home games

The Matador Song

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“There’s something for everyone!” Fight Song

Fight, Raiders, Fight! Fight, Raiders, Fight! Fight for the school we love so dearly. We’ll hit ‘em high, we’ll hit ‘em low, We’ll push that ball across the goal. Tech, fight, fight! We’ll praise your name, boost you to fame, Fight for the Scarlet and the Black. We will hit ‘em, we will wreck ‘em, Hit ‘em, wreck ‘em, Texas Tech! And the victory bells will ring out!

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2012-2013 Men’s Basketball Schedule TBA

Women’s Soccer Schedule Sept. 2 at Ole Miss, Oxford, Miss. 7 p.m.

Jan. 5

* TCU

Ft. Worth

Jan. 8

* Baylor

Lubbock

6:00 pm

Sept. 8 at Auburn, Auburn, Ala. 7 p.m.

Jan. 12

* Kansas

Lubbock

3:00 pm

Sept. 14 vs. Long Beach State, Fullerton, Calif. 7 p.m.

Jan. 16

* Oklahoma

Norman, OK

7:00 pm

Sept. 16 at Cal State Fullerton, Fullerton, Calif. 3:30 p.m.

Jan. 19

* Oklahoma State

Stillwater, OK

7:00 pm

Sept. 21 at West Virginia, Morgantown, W.V. 6 p.m.

Jan. 23

* Iowa State

Lubbock

8:00 pm

Sept. 23 vs. New Mexico State, in Lubbock 1 p.m.

Jan. 26

* Texas

Austin, TX

Feb. 2

* West Virginia

Feb. 5

TBA

Sept. 28 vs. Oklahoma in Lubbock 7 p.m.

Lubbock

12:30 pm

Sept. 30 vs. Iowa State in Lubbock 1 p.m.

* Kansas State

Lubbock

7:00 pm

Oct. 5 vs. Baylor in Lubbock 7 p.m.

Feb. 13

* Oklahoma State

Lubbock

6:00 pm

Oct. 12 at Texas in Austin 7 p.m.

Feb. 16

* West Virginia

Morgantown, WV

3:00 pm

Oct. 14 vs. Francis Marion in Lubbock

Feb. 20

* Oklahoma

Lubbock

6:00 pm

Oct. 19 at TCU in Fort Worth 7 p.m.

Feb. 23

* Iowa State

Ames, Iowa

Feb. 25

* Kansas State

Manhattan, KS

7:00 pm

March 2

* TCU

Lubbock

3:00 pm

March 4

* Kansas

Lawrence, KS

6:00 pm

March 9

* Texas

Lubbock

6:00 pm

12:30 pm

Oct. 21 at Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. 1 p.m. Oct. 26 vs. Oklahoma State in Lubbock 7 p.m.

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2012-2013 Lady Raider Basketball Schedule CONFERENCE GAMES

NON-CONFERENCE GAMES 11/04 Midwestern St. (Exhib.)

Lubbock

TBA

01/02 Oklahoma State

Stillwater, OK

TBA

01/05 Iowa State

Lubbock

TBA

01/09 Kansas State

Lubbock

TBA

01/12 Oklahoma

Norman, OK

TBA

01/16 Texas

Austin, TX

TBA

01/19 Kansas

Lubbock

TBA

11/11 Arizona State

Phoenix, AZ

TBA

11/15 New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM

TBA

11/18 Lipscomb

Lubbock

TBA

11/23 Southern Utah#

Lubbock

TBA

11/24 Nicholls State#

Lubbock

TBA

01/22 West Virginia

Morgantown, WV

TBA

11/25 New Orleans#

Lubbock

TBA

01/26 TCU

Lubbock

TBA

12/01 Lamar

Lubbock

TBA

01/30 Baylor

Lubbock

TBA

02/02 Iowa State

Aimes, IA

TBA

02/06 West Virginia

Lubbock

TBA

02/09 TCU

Ft. Worth, TX

TBA

02/12 Baylor

Waco, TX

TBA

02/16 Texas

Lubbock

TBA

02/24 Kansas

Lawrence, KS

TBA

02/27 Oklahoma State

Lubbock

TBA

03/02 Kansas State

Manhattan, KS

TBA

03/04 Oklahoma

Lubbock

TBA

12/05 Illinois

Lubbock

TBA

12/16 Northern Colorado

Lubbock

TBA

12/20 Michigan State*

Las Vegas, NV

TBA

12/21 Oregon State*

Las Vegas, NV

TBA

12/30 Houston

Lubbock

TBA

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Maintaining your vehicle to get the best performance

Keep it serviced

The best way to save money on a vehicle is to keep it properly serviced and up to date on its maintenance. Pay attention to the factory maintenance schedule.

Change air filters & fuel filters

According to the Car Care Guide, a vehicle’s oil and filter are responsible for lubricating, cleaning and cooling critical parts of the engine. This is why the oil and filter should be changed every three months or 3,000 miles. With the air filter, keep it open and clean. Keep your oil changed. Get your transmission serviced. Change your transmission and brake fluids.

To improve fuel economy

Plan your trip out and leave earlier so you don’t get in heavy traffic where you’re using your accelerator and brakes frequently. Take the excess weight out of your car; the more weight your car has, the more gas it’s using. Keep the tank full. You get better mileage with a full tank. Idling burns gasoline more quickly than active driving, so eliminating unnecessary idling will improve a vehicle’s fuel economy.

Save gas

Another tip is to watch the way you drive. Fast starts and speeding will reduce the vehicle’s efficiency, requiring more frequent gas purchases. Finally, this may seem like a no-brainer, but use the car with the best gas mileage. If you have more than one car and are taking a long trip, use the car with the better gas mileage to reduce your costs. It is better on a car’s fuel pump – a potentially costly repair – to keep the fuel tank above ¼ full because the fuel in the tank insulates the pump and allows it to run more

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easily and efficiently. There’s no reason to pay the extra 10 cents per gallon for a higher grade. Fuel’s fuel. Add a fuel additive every once in awhile. Keep adequate tire pressure. Too little or too much air causes a drag. Proper tire inflation can improve gas mileage by more than 3 percent.

Pump it up

Tire pressure also has to do with fuel efficiency if you keep it at the right amount of air. Either on the door or the door jam, there will be a sticker to tell the right pressure. Sometimes it can be on the gas cap door or the glove box, but 99 percent of the time it’s on the door. Whatever it says – 35, 32, 30, whatever – that’s what you want to use for that car. Double check the pressure in all of their tires, including the spare. Check the tires cold, before hitting the road. Also check the air in your spare, and make sure you get a key for your wheel lock. Proper tire alignment can make a big difference in a car’s performance as well as maximize the life of the tire. According to the Car Care Guide, a difference of only ¼ inch between the outside circumference of the front and rear tires can cause expensive damage to a vehicle. Rotate tires every 6,000 miles. The front tires wear on the edges more. On a front-wheel drive vehicle, the back tires can get scalloped, get real rough wear. Unbalanced tires can cause rapid wear on a vehicle’s shocks and struts, according to the Car Care Guide. Also, balance can change because of the vehicle’s normal tire wear. That’s why drivers should have the tires balanced regularly. The life of a normal tire is about 50,000 miles. They have tires rated as high as 80,000, but they’ll cost considerably more.

High-performance tires don’t wear as long, but they’re more fun to drive. The average tire starts about $60 and runs up to anywhere you can stand. Although owning a vehicle can be expensive, it is much less expensive as long as the vehicle is properly maintained. If you think you have a problem, get it checked out.

Maybe you rushed to that test and locked your keys in your car. Or perhaps you thought you had enough gas to make it to class and then to the gas pump. Everyone’s been there. That’s why University Parking Services developed the Motorist Assistance Program (M.A.P. for short). M.A.P. can provide assistance. Flat tire? They will bring an air tank. Out of gas? They will bring a free gallon of gas. Dead battery? They will provide a boost. Locked your keys in the car? They will contact a locksmith and pay for them to unlock your vehicle as quickly as they can. If you find yourself in need of assistance, call 742-MAPP. Service is limited to on campus and the Rawls Golf Course (does not include HSC). M.A.P. is available 24 hours a day except university holidays. The free service is limited to three times a year; thereafter, charges apply.

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Commuter Parking Conundrum Solved University Parking & Weather Station: AM 1610

Are you ever in a rush to get to school and wondering where the best places to park on campus are located? Well, tune into AM 1610 to find out. This informational radio station has no music, no commercials, and no distractions. It is all information, all the time. AM 1610 provides commuters with information from the best places to park on campus to local weather updates. If there is ever inclement weather in the area, the local weather service will take over and loop the warning messages to update commuters. During the busiest times of the school year, particularly in the fall, the loop of informational messages takes about nine to 10 minutes to complete. The loop is consistently updated every 30 minutes. In the summer, when updates are slow or infrequent, the loop will only take about one minute to complete. The loop works like a playlist. Updates are recorded by a computer and later broadcast. Commuters are able to receive real time updates.

Vehicles on campus

Beware:

Read the signs! Know the rules and read the signs about vehicles on campus so you don’t end up with parking tickets, a boot on your vehicle, or an expensive towing fee. To park or drive on campus, students must register their vehicles and obtain an ePermit. Here are some options when it comes to parking on campus. Residence Hall parking: Convenient for students living in residence halls. Commuter parking: Commuter parking offers on-campus parking for commuters. The buses come by often to take you closer to your destination. Park and Pay: Visitors can pay $1.20 an hour or $7.20 a day to park in designated park-and-pay lots between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 8 p.m. Faculty and Staff Permits: Yes, even faculty and staff folks must pay for parking. Vendor Permits: Allow vendors access to campus in designated areas. Vendors include the folks who restock the SUB with food. Alternatives to parking: If you want to avoid the parking issue completely, try alternative options for getting to campus such as taking the bus, riding a bicycle, or walking. Citibus has routes originating off campus that will bring you on campus. License Plate Recognition: License Plate Recognition (LPR) is an image processing technology used to identify vehicles by their license plates. Appeal a Citation: If you receive a citation, appeal it in writing within 10 days. Pay a Citation: Pay parking citations online within 10 days to avoid additional fees. Additional details are available at http://www.parking.ttu.edu.

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Academic Calendar 2012-2015: The short version • Spring 2015

• Spring 2013

Faculty on Duty: Jan. 14 First Class Day: Jan. 16 Holiday: Jan. 21 Spring Break: March 9-17* No Classes: April 1* Last Class Day: May 7 Final Exams: May 9-14 Commencement: May 17-18

• First Summer 2013 Faculty on Duty: June 3 First Class Day: June 4 Last Class Day: July 3 Holiday: July 4 Final Exams: July 5-6

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• Fall 2013

Faculty on Duty: Aug. 21 First Class Day: Aug. 26 Holidays: Sept. 2, Nov. 27-29 Last Class Day: Dec. 4 Final Exams: Dec. 6-11 Commencement: Dec. 13-14

• Spring 2014

Faculty on Duty: Jan. 13 First Class Day: Jan. 15 Holiday: Jan. 20 Spring Break: March 15-23* No Classes: April 21* Last Class Day: May 6 Final Exams: May 8-13 Commencement: May 16-17

• First Summer 2014 Faculty on Duty: June 2 First Class Day: June 3 Last Class Day: July 1 Final Exams: July 2-3

• Second Summer 2014 Faculty on Duty: July 7 First Class Day: July 8 Last Class Day: Aug. 6 Final Exams: Aug. 7-8 Commencement: Aug. 9

• Fall 2014

Faculty on Duty: Aug. 20 First Class Day: Aug. 25 Holidays: Sept. 1, Nov. 26-28 Last Class Day: Dec. 3 Final Exams: Dec. 5-10 Commencement: Dec. 12-13

Faculty on Duty: Jan. 12 First Class Day: Jan. 14 Holiday: Jan. 19 Spring Break: March 14-22* No Classes: April 6* Last Class Day: May 5 Final Exams: May 7-12 Commencement: May 15-16

• First Summer 2015 Faculty on Duty: June 1 First Class Day: June 2 Last Class Day: July 1 Final Exams: July 2-3

• Second Summer 2015 Faculty on Duty: July 6 First Class Day: July 7 Last Class Day: Aug. 5 Final Exams: Aug. 6-7 Commencement: Aug. 8

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PEGASUS Program

Are You A First Generation College Student? First generation college students come from a family where neither parent has graduated from college. To prepare first generation college students for their new environment, Tech offers the PEGASUS program. This program helps students become the first in their family to learn about college. The PEGASUS program strives to help the student, the family, the university, and the community by easing the transition to college, bridging the gaps created by changing expectations, diversifying the student body, and nurturing the goal of a college education. The PEGASUS program can help solve a variety of challenges faced by first generation college students during their freshman year. Some of these challenges include juggling home and college environments, changes in family and personal relationships, adapting to a competitive academic environment, managing time and events, and explaining the demands and rigors of college life to family and friends. To combat these challenges, the PEGASUS program offers guidance and

counseling services to all first-generation college students. First- and second-year students, as well as transfer students, have the option of being assigned a mentor. PEGASUS also offers support services, direction for problem solving, and outreach to families. For more information, please contact Ashley Gonzales, Ashley.Gonzales@ttu.edu, at 806-742-7060. Visit www.fgc.ttu.edu for more information.

Dining Bucks

Dining Bucks are deducted from your balance each time you purchase food with your dining plan. Your Dining Bucks balance comes up on the register and on your receipt each time you purchase food from any Hospitality services location. You may also view your balance online with your eRaider info at www.hospitality. ttu.edu under the My Account tab. Whether you live on or off campus, you can have a dining plan. On-campus residents are required to have a dining plan and receive all the benefits of dining on campus. Students have until the 12th class day of each semester to change their dining plan. Unused Dining Bucks may be rolled over to your next on-campus living contract. You will not lose your Dining Bucks at the end of the semester if you are on a commuter plan. Commuter plans do not expire and any remaining balance will carry over from semester to semester. Commuter Dining Bucks are non-refundable and nontransferable.

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| BUILD YOUR BRAND | Study One More Year and Earn Your Master’s Degree Students in the 30-hour M.A. program in the Texas Tech College of Media and Communication: • Can earn a degree in one year • Will garner additional qualifications and skills attractive in the work place • May begin coursework concurrently during the last semester of undergraduate studies • Complete a final project or internship that will be helpful in landing that dream job • Benefit from competitive scholarships or graduate assistant positions • May commence coursework in any semester Associate Dean for Graduate Studies Coy Callison, Ph.D. coy.callison@ttu.edu |www.mcom.ttu.edu

Earn a master’s degree in one year

Media & Communication Gives Students an Edge in Job Market The College of Media and Communication 30-hour Master of Arts program provides students the opportunity to earn a master’s degrees in one year and launch into the job market with advanced credentials. Different from many other communication graduate programs in the country, the 30hour program is designed for students to graduate with a master’s within a year. This one additional year of education gives students an edge against other candidates in the communication industry. “Many of our enrolled students have jobs lined up even before they graduate from the program,” said Coy Callison, associate dean of graduate studies for the College of Media & Communication. “The 30-hour program not only allows students to receive jobs more quickly than those with only bachelor’s degrees, it also often translates to higher pay, and more promotions as well.” Students generally complete the 30hour program within one full year at Texas Tech with specific classes catered to the fall, spring and summer semesters. Through this professionally-geared program, students are

given the option of choosing a general mass communications or sports-media track based on individual interests. Each program entails specific courses that accommodate each area of communication, including public relations, advertising, electronic media and journalism. Integrating all areas of communication gives students a more complete understanding of the industry. Current master’s student Brittany Campbell, a unit coordinator at the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Office of Alumni Relations, said the array of classes in the program has broadened her understanding of how strategic communication can be used across disciplines. “The classes are so eclectic,” Campbell said. Campbell said the program has allowed her to come in contact with other students she believes will be leaders in industry. “I have met some amazing people in the program,” Campbell said. “I feel that networking with these people has been the best part of the program, and I have made some great contacts I know will be part of my future success.”

New Course Graduate Seminar in Political Geography What do bodies, borders, territories, and nations have in common? They are all spaces in which struggles for power are formed and contested. Political geographers study how politics shape these spaces and how such spaces inform politics. Topics addressed in this seminar will include the impacts of borders on migration and citizenship, the status of nation-states, and the rise of new non-state actors, and state-citizen relations, and cultural identity. Course will focus on the U.S. context, but draw on other regions of the world as well. Sign up for Advanced Human Geography - Geog 5303.003.

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Teach or Research Abroad: the Fulbright U.S. Student Program The Fulbright Program is an international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. The Fulbright Program has provided approximately 310,000 participants -- chosen for their academic merit and leadership potential -- with the opportunity to study, teach and conduct research, exchange ideas, and contribute to finding solutions to shared international concerns. You could be one of more than 1,500 students who receive a Fulbright U.S. Student grant each year to go overseas. Check out the website: http://www.us.fulbrightonline.org. Contact Dr. Tanja Karp at tanja.karp@ttu.edu.

KTXT-FM: The Raider 88.1 FM is the official student radio station on campus. Its goal is to inform, educate, and entertain listeners, while providing quality and professional experience for student managers and disc jockeys. Managed and staffed by students, KTXT-FM welcomes students to become involved with the student radio station and gain practical experience.

Go Red. Go Black. Go Abroad Texas Tech has a range of academic bases in more than 70 countries worldwide. Students have the opportunity to study abroad from a brief summer session to an entire academic year. Students also may participate in internship programs, research opportunities, foreign language courses, and English-taught courses that fulfill degree requirements. The Study Abroad Staff at Tech has more than 30 years of experience in international education. Their strong relationship with international institutions and organizations prepares students for a safe and invaluable experience abroad. The Study Abroad office is located at the International Cultural Center, 601 Indiana Ave., 806742-3667.

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Find out about your future at the Career Center

Open 10 a.m. Sunday until 11 p.m. Friday Open 10 a.m. until 11 p.m. Saturday

The Library Books, resources, computers, media rentals, & more The Texas Tech Library is one of the best kept secrets in West Texas. The main number to the Library is 806742-2265. Personal librarians serving as your contact person can provide information about the Library, its services, and resources available. The Library offers an online catalog at http://iris.ttu.edu. More than 280 databases are available, and PCs are loaded with software. More than 200 PCs with no time limits, and printers are available. Document Delivery can save you time, as the library will pull books for you and scan articles. The Library can even help find items not owned by the library. Check out the services on the first floor east and west. Students can rent many things besides books. The Digital Media Studio offers cameras, MACs, projectors, iPods, movies and audiobooks. Visit www.library.ttu.edu.

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University Career Services assists students in career development and education through a job bank software, career assessments, and four-year career plans. Counseling services are in place to help students select desired career paths and internships. *Career Assessments: The Strong Interest Inventory is of value for juniors and seniors in determining a major, minor, graduate degree or future career path. FOCUS is an values-based assessment of value to freshman and sophomore students. It helps the students understand their strengths, needs and preferences. StrengthsQuest is an assessment identifying an individual’s top 5 personal strengths. www.strengthsquest.ttu.edu. TypeFocus assessment is used in career counseling to assist in determining the best “environmental fit” for an individual.

The Holland Self-Directed Search is used as a career assessment tool providing a broad overview of the world of work, people, and occupations. *What Can I do with my major? University Career Services offers students a website connecting majors and careers. Students are able to choose from majors that interest them and click on the link to find relatable careers. Visit the Career Center’s website to see a complete 4-year career plan -- http:// www.depts.ttu.edu/careercenter/pages/ students/careerplan.php To receive more career guidance, contact the Career Center liaison for your college: • Business Administration: Jay Killough • Visual & Performing Arts: Toni Burse • Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources: Jared Lay • Architecture/ College of Education: Tom Casey • Media & Communication: Kristen Seidman • Engineering: Carol Trigg


2012-2013 Academic Calendar Residence Halls Open for Occupancy Final Day to Register or Withdraw Without Penalty Classes Begin Final Day to Declare Pass/Fail Intentions Advance Registration for Next Term Open Registration Begins No Exams Except Makeup or Scheduled Lab Exams Last Day of Classes Individual Study Day Final Examinations Semester/Term Ends Residence Halls Close (with exceptions) Commencement

FALL ‘12 SPRING ‘13 Aug. 19 Jan. 13 Aug. 24 Jan. 15 Aug. 27 Jan. 16 Oct. 29 March 27 Nov. 1-19 April 4-22 Nov. 20 April 23 Nov. 29 - Dec. 5 May 1-7 Dec. 5 May 7 Dec. 6 May 8 Dec. 7-12 May 9-14 Dec. 12 May 14 Dec. 15 May 18 Dec. 14-15 May 17-18

Payments & Refunds

95% payment of mandatory tuition & fees or enrollment in a payment plan due Last Day to Drop a Course and Have Charges Removed (not applicable to students dropping to 0 hours) Last Day to Withdraw and Receive Partial Refund

FALL ‘12 Aug. 20

SPRING ‘13 Jan. 9

Sept. 12

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Add/Drop • Withdrawal Last Day to Add a Course Last Day to Drop a Course Without Penalty Last Day to Drop a Course (counts against drop limit) Last Day to Transfer Between Colleges Last Day to Withdraw from the University

FALL ‘12 Aug. 30 Sept. 12 Oct. 29 Nov. 20 Nov. 30

SPRING ‘13 Jan. 22 Feb. 1 March 27 April 23 May 2

Deadlines Related to Graduation FALL ‘12 Last day for undergraduate degree candidates to remove Nov. 30 I and PR grades Graduate School - Final Day to File Statement of Intent Sept. 17 to Graduate Graduate School - Last Day to File Defense Notification Sept. 28 Final Day to Order Invitations/Academic Regalia at Bookstore Oct. 22 Graduate School - Last Day to Defend Thesis/Dissertation Oct. 19 and Pay Thesis/Dissertation fee Graduate school - Comprehensive exam reports due Nov. 19 Graduate School - Last Day to submit final PDF of Thesis/ Nov. 2 Dissertation and oral defense and thesis-dissertation approval form Graduate School - Last Day to Remove Grades of l, PR or CR Nov. 19 Graduate School - Last Day to Submit interdisciplinary Nov. 19 portfolio reports Nov. 4 Graduate School - Last Day to Submit Final Corrected PDF Nov. 26 of Thesis/Dissertation

SPRING ‘13 May 3

FALL ‘12 Labor Day Holiday Sept. 3 Thanksgiving Vacation Nov. 21-25 Martin Luther King Day Spring Vacation No Classes

SPRING ‘13

FALL ‘12 Aug. 22 Oct. 22 Dec. 3 Dec. 13 Dec. 17

SPRING ‘13 Jan. 14 March 20 May 6 May 15 May 20

Feb. 1 Feb. 27 March 20 March 27 April 23 April 5

April 19 April 23 April 6 May 1

Holidays & Vacation Days

Faculty-Related Info

Faculty on Duty Midsemester Grades Due via Raiderlink Raiderlink available for Grading Grades Due for Graduating Students via Raiderlink Final Grades Due via Raiderlink

Jan. 21 March 9-17 April 1

FOCUS Career Assessment StrengthsQuest • RaiderJobs Strong Interest Inventory Resume Critiques • Mock Interviews • Career Counseling

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Get A J-O-B ‌. Jobs are available at Texas Tech

The job listing is available 24 hours a day at http://jobs.texastech.edu. To apply, complete the online application at http://jobs.texastech.edu. You may then view open positions and apply to any listed by answering job-related questions. You may attach an electronic resume or cover letter as you apply for each position. Bring your resume/cover letter with you if you plan to use the computers at a Texas Tech Recruiting Office.

Retail & Food

All types of businesses in Lubbock have jobs available, and many have great hours for students. Make it easy on yourself by starting here in The Word. Businesses who advertise in The WORD want and depend on Texas Tech.

Upward Bound program

Tutors work with students, teachers, and Upward Bound staff to support the academic development of students and to promote a college-going culture. Program information is at www.depts.ttu.edu/ upwardbound.

Techniques

Become a paid tutor at the TECHniques center. Tutors have flexible hours, paid training, starting pay at $9 an hour, and certification from the College Reading and Learning Association. Download an application from the Student Disability Services website http://www.depts.ttu.edu/ techniques. The center is in West Hall.

Earn Money Recruiting Prospective Students

Become a recruiter by applying to the Student Telecounseling Program. Texas Tech undergraduate students assist the Office of Undergraduate Admissions in recruiting freshman transfer students. Current students call and email prospective students. You share your experiences as a Texas Tech student and answer questions concerning the University and Lubbock. Learn more about the Student Telecounseling Program, complete an online application at: http://www.admissions. ttu.edu/index.php/student-assistantapplication-3/.

RaiderJobs

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Register with RaiderJobs through University Career Services.

Be your own boss

All you need is a classified in The Daily Toreador to launch your business of pet sitting, running errands, yard work, cleaning, or tutoring.

Money under your nose

You may have things right now you can get rid of for some quick cash. Businesses such as Clothing Culture on Broadway will buy clothes, shoes, purses and more. Metal recycling centers will buy aluminum cans, and scrap metal. Furniture can be taken to consignment centers or even sold in a yard sale or online. Plasma can also be sold at local centers.

Cut your spending

Unless you really need something, don’t buy it. Save more than $5,000, by using the SGA Raider Bucks coupons right here in The WORD.

Choose a career that truly makes a difference. For more information visit: School of Nursing www.cson.covenanthealth.org School of Radiography www.csor.covenanthealth.org School of Surgical Technology www.surgitech.covenanthealth.org

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Texas Tech has more than 400 student organizations to fit your interests and make friends. Organizations include social groups, academic and professional, religious and faith-based, international, multicultural, recreational, special interest, service, spirit, honors, and more. To find an organization, visitwww.ttu.edu/campus/stuorgs. php or call 742-3636. Each year awards are given to organizations for outstanding contributions and performance.

Organizations can get funding to help with expenses. The group must be registered with Student Activities. For information about registration, contact Student Activities at 742-3636. Contact the Student Government Association with any questions that may arise in regard to an organization’s allocation or the funding allocation process. The SGA is in the Student Union building, Room 302, Box 42032, Lubbock, Texas 794092032, 806-742-3631.

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Final Exam Schedule – Fall 2012 Friday, Dec. 7 EXAM TIME 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8 EXAM TIME 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday, Dec. 10 EXAM TIME 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11 EXAM TIME 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12 EXAM TIME 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

WHO TAKES EXAM 9:30 a.m. TR MATH 0301, 0302, 1300, 1320, 1321, 1330, 1331, 1420, 1430, 1451, 1452, 1550, 2300, 2450 11 a.m. MWF ISQS 3344 IE 3301; Friday night only classes, Graduating Seniors WHO TAKES EXAM 11:00 a.m. TR 8 a.m. MWF 12:30 p.m. TR 3 p.m. MWF 5, 5:30 p.m. TR; Thursday night only classes, Saturday only classes WHO TAKES EXAM 9 a.m. MWF SPAN 1507, 2301, 2302, 2607 2 p.m. TR ACCT 2300; 4, 4:30, 5 p.m. MWF CE 2301; 6, 6:30 p.m. MWF; Monday night only classes WHO TAKES EXAM 10 a.m. MWF BIOL 1403; MGT 3373 1 p.m. MWF ACCT 2301; 3:30, 4, 4:30 p.m. TR ME 2322; 6, 6:30 p.m. TR; Tuesday night only classes WHO TAKES EXAM 8 a.m. TR CHEM 1301, 1305, 1307, 1308, 3305 12 p.m. MWF 2 p.m. MWF ECO 2301 (except section 002), 2302, 2305; Wednesday night only classes TexasTechWord.com / 2012-2013

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Learn to manage your money Elective Courses Guarantee a Return on Your Investment

Balancing a budget can sometimes seem impossible. Many students must survive on a tight budget each semester by cutting down on expenses and learning to live frugally. Putting yourself on a budget for the first time can definitely be an overwhelming and daunting task. If you are in need of financial guidance and information, Tech offers two financial courses which will guarantee a return on your investment. The Personal Financial Planning division offers both undergraduate and graduate courses that are helpful electives. PFP 3301: Personal & Family Finance offers topics that include budgeting, cash management, debt management, saving, investing, housing, taxes, and retirement. The main objective is teaching students how to manage money. PFP 3301 meets the core curriculum requirements for Individual and Group Behavior. PFP 5322: Professional & Personal applications is a graduatelevel survey course for those wanting to use the knowledge in a professional career or for one’s own personal well-being. Topics include financial statements, time value of money, saving and investing strategies, and employee benefits. A syllabus for both PFP 3301 and PFP 5322 can be found at www.pfp.ttu.edu. Contact Vickie.Hampton@ttu.edu for more details.

The only bank on campus.

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Banking Guide

Texas Tech Federal Credit Union Where Red Raiders Bank.™

FREE STUDENT CHECKING

First Convenience Bank

Hours: 9 a.m. - 7 p.m .(Mon. - Sat.), 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Sun.) Lubbock Branch Locations: 4215 S. Loop 289 (Inside Wal-Mart) 702 W. Loop 289 (Inside Wal-Mart) 1911 4th St. (Inside Wal-Mart) 6315 82nd St. (Inside Wal-Mart) Telephone Number: 800-903-7490 Web address: www.1stcb.com

2 Convenient Campus Locations: Main Office............................................................................. 742-3606 1802 Texas Tech Parkway (West of Indiana)............................................................... Fax 742-3699 Lubbock, TX......................................................Toll Free 877-546-1818 HSC Branch Office Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, 3601 4th Street, 1A98, Lubbock, TX Internet Branch – Free Internet Banking, www.texastechfcu.org Services: • 5 On-Campus ATMs • 24-hour FREE Internet Banking • 24-hour Telephone Teller........................................................ 742-0207 • Low Rate Loans and Credit Cards • Home Loan Center New Branch Coming in Early 2013 to Southwest Lubbock

Prosperity Bank

Tech SUB ................................................ 740-3400 14th & Ave. Q................. 767-7000 4th & Vicksburg.............. 784-4000 114 University................. 767-7240 86th & University............ 474-3000 Prosperity Bank ATM Locations: In Lubbock: Texas Tech SUB, north entrance PB - 14th & Ave. Q PB - 66th & Indiana PB - 4505 98th PB - 4th & Vicksburg PB - 82nd & York PB - 86th & University PB - 114 University

66th & Indiana..................767-6600 82nd & York.....................767-8200 4505 98th.........................798-9810 Bank-On-Call......... 1-800-687-7272

• University Medical Center 602 Indiana Ave. • Briercroft Shopping Center 5200 Avenue Q • Hastings - 5001 50th St. • Covenant Hospital 3615 19th St. • Wayland Plaza 2002 W. Loop 289

Visit prosperitybanktx.com for additional banking locations

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You see it on the local news several times a year − “Lubbock hotel rooms are sold out”... According to the statistics from the Texas Department of Economic Development in Austin, Texas − FOUR MILLION (that's 4,000,000) visitors come to Lubbock each year. Do not procrastinate (that's wait-til-the-lastminute for those from A&M)

5816 34th St. at West Loop 289

(806) 368-6060 SleepInnLubbock.com

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No time to be reserved about reservations Unless you want mom and dad sleeping on your dorm floor, make hotel reservations

If you’re enjoying living away from home and don’t want mom and dad bunking with you, take time to research hotels in the area. Peak times to be aware of include graduation, football games, parent’s weekend, and all types of events happening on campus and in Lubbock. The summer is busy with orientation, student visits to Lubbock, travelers, etc. Every football game weekend is busy. The big ones such as Texas, West Virginia, and Oklahoma sell out first and at the highest rates. Depending on what’s happening in Lubbock, a two-day minimum stay may be required. Just be sure to check out the details. Students can help make reservations for the parents. The student probably knows more about Lubbock and where hotels are located. Graduation weekends are important times to book early – really early!

If the online reservation system indicates that all rooms are sold out, call the property directly. It is more expensive for a hotel to book rooms online than if you call the property directly. Although parent’s weekend and big football games are a set visit for some families, there are many more weekends throughout the year. Check out the Lubbock Convention and Visitor’s Bureau at www. visitlubbock.org. Any weekend is a good time to visit Lubbock.

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7 days in a week

& something for everyone to do! Are you one of the whiney people who think there is nothing to do in Lubbock? Well, as Billy Shakespeare said, that’s much ado about nothing because in Lubbock there is SO much to do.

You want the ARTs?

At the Buddy Holly Center take a picture of the giant Buddy glasses, see cool exhibits, and enjoy music on the patio. Take a campus tour of the art on campus. Pick up a brochure in the Texas Tech Visitors Center and go around campus enjoying the many art pieces. Silent Wings Museum is a unique facility honoring the U.S. glider pilots, and the many who trained in Lubbock. The facility is also available for special events. The Museum of Texas Tech is always a great way to spend time viewing all the amazing exhibits. Get your season ticket to Broadway plays at Celebrity Attractions. Join the Broadway Street Team on the Celebrity Attractions Facebook page. Culture Clothing at 1717 Broadway is the perfect place to start the evening for each month's First Friday Art Trail. Check out styles while you wait for the Trolley.

You want sports?

Texas Tech has more sports than you can imagine. Enjoy lacrosse, rugby, tennis, swimming, volleyball, and even national champion rodeo teams. Find schedules at www.texastech.com

You want to be entertained?

Lubbock has a drive in movie -- Stars and Stripes. Pull up, park, and enjoy your own food, or some of the best grub around at the Stars and Stripes 50s Cafe. New features each week, and a fun outing for an evening.

You want music?

Cactus Alley, located off Quaker and the Marsha Sharp Freeway, on Salem Avenue, is a unique spot with food, shopping and special events. Live music on the weekends, and more. 4 Bar K, located east of Highway 87 on 82nd Street, is the fun Friday spot. Free beer with ID, and great food and music on Friday afternoons.

You want off beat?

Take a tour of Lubbock’s famous winery that has won more awards than any other Texas wine -- the Llano Estacado Winery. Enjoy an afternoon in the tasting room, too. It’s a great spot when you have friends visiting. Don’t miss the Annual Grape Harvest & other special events. Head south on Highway 87, then east on FM 1585. Not open on Mondays.

You want shopping?

South Plains Mall has it all. It has more stores than you can imagine. The new Premier Movieplex will definitely add one more fun thing to do in the Hub City. KK’s Craft Mall at Indiana and 66th Street is a one-of-a-kind spot with independent vendors and tons of things new and homemade. Cactus Alley, located off Quaker and the Marsha Sharp Freeway, on Salem Avenue, is a unique spot with food and shopping.

You want to just have fun & great food?

50th Street Caboose at 50th and Slide has great food and games galore. Play pool or enjoy the latest in arcade fun. There are daily specials and TVs for your favorite sports events.

Shining with Tech Spirit

✯ Near TTU Campus ✯ Walking Distance to Jones AT&T Stadium ✯ Complimentary Airport Transfer ✯ Complimentary Internet ✯ Fine Dining Restaurant & Lounge

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Parents Weekend 101: Entertaining Mom & Dad when they come to town

Here are some ideas to keep your parents busy and happy by letting them assist in a few chores. • Auto maintenance. Let your parents have the chance to get your car up to speed so you can drive home more often. A tank of gas, new tire or two, and even an oil change always makes parents feel better about you being so far from home. Check out all the car coupons in the coupon section of The WORD. • Essentials. Take them to Leonard’s Grocery and other local spots. A trip to fill up your pantry or dorm room is another good activity. • A few good meals. When parents are in town, the Lubbock restaurants know it. Take your parents to some of the great places listed in The WORD Dining Guide. • Career wear. You are here to get a degree and eventually get a job. Take mom and dad out so you can try on some things you may need for those interviews and career-day events coming up. • Meeting your friends. While your parents are here, invite your buddies by so they can put a name with a face for all the stories they hear. • A game or a local attraction. Something is always in season at Tech, from football to basketball to baseball. Visit a local winery and tour the museums. • Texas Tech apparel Make sure everyone in the family goes home with at least one Texas Tech apparel item. It will remind them of you, and where their money is going.


Homecoming Week

• 100% Non Smoking Rooms • Shuttle - Limited Service • Baymont Breakfast Corner with Hot Items • Business Center • Free High Speed Wireless Internet • Fitness Center

Oct. 8-13, 2012 www.depts.ttu.edu/sub/studentactivities/homecoming

• Pet Friendly

3901 19th St. • Lubbock, TX 79410 806-792-5181

www.countryinns.com

Hotels include . . . FREE hot breakfast buffet FREE high speed Internet New fresh linens and duvets Indoor heated pool & hot tub

5806 I-27 • 806-687-2500

In-house fitness center Suites available Large meeting space Family evening relaxation room

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Get Help! CRISIS & Help NUMBERS Emergencies In Lubbock........................911 Emergencies On Campus................... 9911 Rape Crisis Center......................763-7273 Heartline Women’s Clinic............................ 788-0500 Nite Ride . .....................................................742-NITE Parkridge Pregnancy Center....................... 794-8555 Planned Parenthood.................................... 795-7123 Planned Parenthood Women’s Health Center............................... 792-6331

Safe Ride...................................................... 742-RIDE Student Counseling Center......................... 742-3674 Student Disability Services......................... 742-2405 Student Financial Center............................. 742-3681 Student Legal Services................................ 742-3289 The Ranch at Dove Tree.............................. 746-6777

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• Annual Exams/Breast Exams • Pap Smears • Birth Control • STD Screening and Treatment • HIV Testing • Emergency Contraception

Planned Parenthood Association of Lubbock, Inc.® Building 14 Briercroft Of fice Park (58th & P)

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S-Bus

The S-Bus provides students living in many apartment complexes an alternative means of transportation when it comes to going out at night. Check with your apartment manager. The S-Bus runs from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. and transports students from the apartments to Broadway and the Depot District.

742-RIDE (7433); 742-NITE (6483)

Safe Ride is a taxi pickup service available to Tech students. Provided through student service fees, Safe Ride picks students up and delivers them to their destination free of charge. A Tech I.D. must be provided to the Safe Ride driver once the destination is reached. Safe Ride is available from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m. Sometimes late night study sessions require students to be on campus past 8 p.m. Since on-campus bus routes only run until 8 p.m., Citibus provides students with a night shuttle offering curb-tocurb pickup and delivery. All that is required is a valid Tech I.D. To arrange for pickup, call 742-NITE.

Traveling Safety Tips:

Precautions While On Vacation You are at risk for identity theft while away from home. Credit cards, passports, and other official forms of personal identification are targets. Protect yourself and take extra precaution with items most likely to be stolen while traveling. Thieves are just as likely to target your personal information as your expensive camera or laptop. The Texas Tech IT Division offers these tips to help protect your identity. • Don’t travel with all your credit cards. • Don’t leave personal information in your hotel room. Store valuables in the hotel safe. • If you make travel arrangements using your mobile phone, be careful about the information you input and store in the application, such as saving your login information, credit card number, or billing address. Your saved information could be stolen along with your phone. • Avoid accessing personal information from public computers. Most public wireless connections are not secure, so avoid using them for secure and/or sensitive transactions, such as transactions requiring a login. • Stay alert. It is easy to let your guard down while relaxing on vacation, but be aware of your surroundings and the people around you. For more safe computing information, please visit: http://www. safecomputing.ttu.edu.


Help Students Make Better Grades The Library has Personal Librarians available to help students delve deeper into course topics and prepare for papers, projects and exams. Contact your Personal Librarian today. Visit library.ttu.edu and select the Personal Librarians tab.

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• Pregnancy Testing & Ultrasound Confirmation • STD/STI Testing & Treatment • Full Time Medical Staff & Confidential Counseling

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Lubbock Rape Crisis Center

If you are intoxicated, you cannot give consent.

Report Rape

24 HOUR HOTLINE Always Here, Always Hope.

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301 West Hall

Student Financial Aid 806-742-3681

www.financialaid.ttu.edu

(7273)

Student Business Services 806-742-3272 www.sbs.ttu.edu

Are you pregnant? Are you scared? Do you know your options? Heartline Women’s Clinic offers FREE and CONFIDENTIAL Services: www.heartlinelubbock.com For an appointment, please call: 806.788.0500 Monday through Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 42

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• Pregnancy tests and confirmation through limited ultrasound • Information on pregnancy, abortion, and alternatives • Post-abortion recovery program • Friendship and support


Dining Guide Aunt Carol's Bakery and Confectionary

The best homemade from scratch pies, cakes, cookies, and candies… all Individually Sized Just for You! Signature items include fresh butterscotch pie, cherry cream cake, and English toffee. Aunt Carol’s Bakery is open late! The best little-snack shop in Texas is located right here in Lubbock at 3709 19th St. Come in or call 797-PIES (7437) for delivery!

Bless your Heart Cafe

Light-hearted food that tastes wonderful -- salads, soups, sandwiches, fruit, yogurt and desserts. Located at 3701 19th, open Monday through Saturday; closed Sundays.

Burger King

The original HOME OF THE WHOPPER®, our commitment to premium ingredients, signature recipes, and family-friendly dining experiences is what has defined our brand for more than 50 successful years. Come in and see us today!

Chili's

4th & University (across from Jones AT&T Stadium) and 58th & Slide (across from South Plains Mall). Who hasn’t stepped inside a Chili’s? And for good reason. Whether you’re looking to get a plateful of Grilled Baby Back Ribs or Grilled Salmon with garlic & herbs, you truly can’t go wrong. Want a delicious juice-dripping burger? How about the infamous Awesome Blossom®. Prefer to go healthy? Not a problem. Chili’s has some of the tastiest grilled items around. Feelin’ naughty? Try the Molten Chocolate Cake® or the Chocolate Chip Paradise Pie®. Oh my goodness, keep the party going!

COWamongus!

COWamongus! Creamery & Meat Co. is a unique place on campus located at Indiana & Main in the Animal & Food Sciences building across the street from the United Spirit Arena. Just “look for the bulls” out front. COWamongus! is open for breakfast and has great lunch combos, salads, soups and quesadillas along with “homemade” ice cream. For tailgating or barbequing come visit us and check out “Raider Red Meats” processed in the Texas Tech Meat Lab, aged up to 24 days and USDA inspected. Also, ask about shipping our meat anywhere in the USA. Open Monday - Friday 8 a.m through 5:30 p.m.

Dairy Queeen

Brady’s Dairy Queen has been a favorite with Tech students for over 30 years. Where else can you go for the one and only Blizzard, or the best steakfinger baskets and burgers in town, and you will never have tacos better than the ones they serve at DQ. It’s also the home of 1/2 price burgers and royal treats all day every Monday or afternoon drink and treat specials Monday through Friday from 2 to 5 p.m. Five Lubbock locations. TexasTechWord.com / 2012-2013

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Domino’s Pizza

With seven locations offering delivery to Tech, around the city and Levelland...763-3030 (1617 University Ave.); 762-8484 (2113 50th St.); 792-3030 (4921 34th); 792-3816 (5407 4th St.); 7418000 (1708 Parkway Dr.); 794-5000 (5815 82nd); and 894-3030 (409 E. Hwy 114 - Levelland). Offering delivery for more than 40 years nationally has given Domino’s the edge in the pizza delivery market. Deep Dish Pizza, Classic Hand-Tossed, Thin Crust, Buffalo Wings, Bread Sticks & more. See our coupons.

East Moon Asian Bistro

East Moon Asian Bistro is located near 50th and Slide, next to Red Lobster. Serving up fresh sushi and drink specials daily, East Moon is Lubbock’s newest hotspot for Asian fare. Dine in at their elegant sushi bar or have them deliver to you; no matter which you choose, you’re sure to enjoy their exquisite cuisine.

Firehouse Subs

This sandwich chain, founded by firemen, offers a dining experience fit for heroes. Enjoy a wide selection of tasty subs as well as their ever-growing hot sauce collection. They are located on University right across the street from Tech’s stadium, and at 5027 Milwaukee. They’re open from 10:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. You’ll always feel welcome at Firehouse.

4BarK

BBQ buffet, homemade chicken-n-dumplings, live music and free beer (with a valid license). Come any Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and enjoy all of that in a rustic atmosphere or sit on the outdoor patio.

Located at 302 East 82nd St. (1/2 mile east of I-27), it’s only minutes away from campus. They’ll have you in and out if you’re on a time limit or sit and relax if you have time to hang out.

Freebirds

Known for “way more choices,” we stand for freedom of choice. We offer our guests (and Fanatics alike) the liberty to custom build food, the way you want it. Whether you’re in the mood for burritos, nachos, salads, tacos or quesadillas, you can have it the way you want it, right now! At 1201 University, 741.0900 and 4930 Loop 289, 791.0101.

Harrigan’s

Need a great place to go for date night? Dine at Harrigan’s! Located at 50th and Memphis (in the Memphis Place Mall) Harrigan’s is sure to please any appetite. From their sizzling steaks to mouth watering seafood, you simply can’t go wrong. If it’s mom and dad you’re trying to please, take them out for Sunday brunch, because Harrigan’s has it all. 3827 50th St., Suite 1, 771-8880.

Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme Donuts -- you’ve just got to have them -- 4301 S. Loop 289, 792-9200. Buy them by the dozen & share with friends.

Leonard’s Deli

Leonard’s is a grocery store designed for college students and is located at 2407 9th St. Along with all the necessary groceries, a buzz-worthy coffee/smoothie bar, and a 350-square-foot beer cooler, Leonard’s offers a deli with fresh, healthy made-to-order sandwiches and salads. And while you grab a bite to eat, you can study and hang out with free Wi-Fi. Leonard’s is not like any grocery store you’ve ever experienced.

One Guy From Italy 1101 University 747-1226 or 747-1227 Open: 11 am Free delivery to Tech Area after 5 pm daily

Mon. - Fri. Lunch Specials 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

One Guy From Italy Family Restaurant 4320 50th Street 791-1210 We Serve Beer & Wine We cater ALL occasions. FREE Delivery from BOTH Locations

“Best Calzones In Texas!”

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302 East 82nd Street (1/2 mile east of I 27) 806.789.8682 • www.fourbark.com

Friday Lunch 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. • BBQ Buffet • Homemade Chicken-N-Dumplings • LIVE Music • FREE Beer (with valid license) We specialize in private parties and caterings including Family/Parents weekend - lunch or dinner

FAMILY NITE SPECIAL

1/2 Price Burgers • Single Patty Sonic Burgers Only CHEESE EXTRA CHARGE • NOT GOOD IN CONJUNCTION WITH OTHER OFFERS © 2012 SONIC INDUSTRIES INC.

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McDonald’s

From their world famous fries to their rich shakes, soft serve ice cream, and pies, McDonald’s needs no great introduction. Home of the “Big Mac” with plenty to choose from. Dollar Menu helps those on a limited budget. Serves breakfast for the early birds. Be sure to try their McCafe Lattes, Cappuccinos, Frappes, and Smoothies. Don’t forget about the free wireless Internet. Just look for the Golden Arches.

One Guy From Italy

For more than 30 years One Guy From Italy has been serving delicious Italian food, pizza and calzones. We are family owned and operated. We take pride in using the finest ingredients for all of our dishes. Whether you’re in the mood for an authentic Italian dinner or a slice of pizza, or a delicious calzone, let One Guy From Italy fulfill your need for great Italian food. “Grazi” to the many loyal and supporting customers. Bon Appetito! Come see us at One Guy From Italy Family Restaurant. We’re across the street from the Wells-Fargo Bank at 4320 50th (approximately 50th St. & Quaker) - 791-1210. We’ll be serving up delicious fresh homemade Italian dishes! Our 50th Street store serves beer and wine. Free delivery from both locations. 1101 University, 747-1226; 4320 50th St., 791-1210

Papa John’s Pizza

From South Carolina to Lubbock, some of the best pizza you’ll ever eat. Better Ingredients. Better pizza. Better taste. That’s what Papa John’s gives you every time. Tomato sauce that’s made from fresh-packed, vine-ripened tomatoes. 100% real mozzarella cheese. And the perfect crust - made from dough that rises slowly and naturally. That’s what we call perfection. That’s what you get when

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you call your Papa. Better ingredients. Better pizza. Better taste. Two locations serving Lubbock: serving Texas Tech and Northwest Lubbock, 2420 9th St., 749-PAPA; 5905 82nd St., 798-7272; see phone book or go online for our other Lubbock locations.

Pecan Grill at the Overton Hotel

You really will find great dining in Lubbock at the Overton Hotel and Conference Center. Hearty breakfasts, indulgent lunch dishes, and tasty dinner fare. For Reservations call 806.776.7010.

Pinkie’s Barbecue

Pinkie’s BBQ has been a Lubbock tradition since 1962. Serving sandwiches and plate dinners heaped with smoked brisket, ham, sausage, pork ribs, or hot links. Combo meals include homemade potato salad or pinto beans and Pinkie’s famous BBQ sauce. Pinkie’s also features the best fried chicken gizzards and livers in West Texas. All three locations offer dine-in or carry-out service. Breakfast burritos and drive thru service are available at our newest location inside Rip Griffins @ 4th and Toledo. For catering call 806-6870795. 4704 4th Street 806-687-0795, 10205 Hwy 87 (The Strip) 806745-2934, 1206 FM 1729 806-762-1951

Red Zone Cafe

All your home-style favorites everyday at the Red Zone, 37th and Slide Road. Open early for breakfast through dinner, 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., 7 days a week. Breakfast, burgers, dinner plates, sandwiches, salads, soups, Mexican food, appetizers, desserts. Callin orders welcome, 784-0010. Best place for real home cooking.

Rosa’s Cafe

Fajitas, Friends & Fun. Rosa’s Cafe is the place for great-tasting fajitas! The entire menu is made from scratch each day for a taste


that’s truly unique. We invite you to enjoy one of West Texas’ dining traditions! Mesquite-grilled fajitas, homemade tortillas, complete Mexican menu & specialties. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight Fridays & Saturdays. Rosa’s Café & Tortilla Factory – 5103 82nd, 794-2285; 3115 50th, 784-0100; 4407 4th 785-5334; 5020 Milwaukee, 792-0015.

Smoothie King

At Smoothie King you’ll find the industry’s first and original nutritional fruit and function-based, fresh blended smoothies. We also offer sport beverages, energy bars, healthy snacks, vitamin supplements, herbs, minerals, and sports nutrition products. Be good to yourself, and come in today -- 3723 19th St., 785.5464.

Sonic, America’s Drive•In

The best food is served at Sonic. Stop by and check out the special half-price burgers from 5 p.m. to closing every Tuesday. See the coupon section for other offers. Sonic, America’s Drive•In. 4401 4th St., 771-0117; 4611 34th St., 797-1626 ; 5722 4th St., 785-3121; 7220 Quaker, 793-9620; 8010 University, 7480055; 4904 Indiana, 799-6633; 1901 34th St., 765-6415; 6419 19th St, 780-4555; 101 University, 749-2414; 5202 50th St, 7853393; 5802 64th, 687-6928 and 19th St. & MLK Blvd., 687-3428.

Stars & Stripes Drive-In Cafe

Real 50s diner atmosphere and great food at the Stars & Stripes Drive In Cafe. Open nightly at 7 p.m. 5101 Clovis Hwy. Serving all your movie favorites, and their famous Chihuahua Sandwich.

Subway

There are 30 locations in Lubbock and the surrounding area to get your favorite meal made fresh just for you. Choose any sandwich

from the menu, including a fresh toasted sub or one of the many fresh fit subs with less than 6 grams of fat, prepared with the freshest ingredients on baked gourmet bread. Subway also offers 6-foot party subs and sandwich platters. Most locations open until midnight. Subway. Eat fresh!

Texas Tech Hospitality Services

The campus at Texas Tech has a wide variety of places to eat. You’ll find these options in the Student Union: Chick-fil-A, Sbarro Pizza, Steak Escape, Center Sweets, Union Grill, Zi Asian Cuisine, Union Bistro, Smart Choices, Cold Corner and Sam’s Place MiniMarket. The Market at Stangel/Murdough has an al-a-carte food court. Horn/Knapp and Hulen/Clement have traditional all-youcare-to-eat dining halls. Sam’s Place is a full mini-market offering late night services in Chitwood/Weymoth, Law School Kiosk, Murray, Sneed, Student Union and Wall/Gates. Bledsoe/Gordon has The Fresh Plate, an all-you-care-to-eat food emporium offering flame-grilled choices, Mexican-themed selections, Asian-inspired dishes, fresh salads, pasta sensations, home-style choices and fruits and desserts. If you live off campus, you can purchase a commuter dining plan to fit your needs. For more information about rates, Dining Bucks, discounts or to purchase your plan online, visit www. hospitality.ttu.edu.

The Range

These guys are cooking up some delicious sausage links, brisket, and fall-off-the-bone ribs with their giant smoke pit. What’s better than grabbing a pitcher of beer with corn on the cob, green beans, and sausage links glazed in the one-of-a-kind J. Smith’s Texas BBQ Sauce. The Range is at 3201 116th St. and is also available for catering. 806-781-1204.

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Religious Connections Catholic Student Ministries

St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Student Center www.raidercatholic.org

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Welcome to Lubbock and to Catholic Student Ministries (CSM). We are located at St. Elizabeth University Parish, just a block and a half east of campus on Broadway. We hope that you will join us for the wide variety of activities. We are home to a vibrant and active community passionately seeking Christ. The Catholic Student Center is a “home away from home” for hundreds of students in Lubbock and we welcome all who seek to join us. The main goal of the Catholic Student Ministries is “Bringing the Good News to Texas Tech”. We are a community centered on the Eucharist and seek to spread the Gospel through education, stewardship, service, and fellowship in order to form passionate Catholic leaders. The Catholic Student Center provides a variety of activities and amenities to include: a kitchen, lounge, computers with high speed internet access, wireless internet access, a pool table, offices, meeting rooms, and a

library. The student center is open to all members of the community for programs, meetings, studying, or just hanging out. The parish celebrates a Mass at 5:00 PM Sundays geared especially for the student population. We also celebrate Mass on campus each Wednesday of the academic year, check the calendar on the website for location. All ministries during these Masses are done by students; so it is a great way to participate in the celebration of the Eucharist on a deeper level. To get the most out of your experience here, you should plan to attend as many events as possible. In that you are a young adult, it is your choice to determine how much you will wish to get involved in the CSM. Christ is calling you to Him and it is through participation in the events sponsored by Catholic Student Ministries, you will grow in your relationship with Him. We sponsor events such as: Small Faith Groups, the Catholic Student Association, the Rock (our night of praise & worship), Bible studies, service projects, social events, daily Mass, Liturgy of the

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You could do incredible things here

If you have enthusiasm responsibility and drive. We have flexible schedules, benefits, management training courses with college credits. Jobs that can turn into a satisfying career. We could be a perfect match. So let’s get together. Apply online www.mcdtexas.com/lubbock or visit your local McDonald’s Be part of a winning team while enjoying benefits of: ➣ Free Meals ➣ Flexible Hours ➣ Career Opportunities ➣ Free Uniforms ➣ Company Assisted Insurance Program ➣ Gold Card Discounts Management Positions available: General Manager Position:

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Hours, Mass on campus, and many other activities. We also offer retreats such as: Encounter (designed for incoming freshmen and transfer students) and Raider Awakening. We also have the Diocesan Youth Retreat Team and Chi Rho (a coed service fraternity). We have a college chapter of the Knights of Columbus (Council #14426) and the Women of Faith. We have been recognized as the Outstanding Religious Organization on campus for twelve of the last thirteen years. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has recognized as an Exemplary Religious Program for 1998 – 2004, and as an Exemplary Program for the Formation of Leaders for the 2008-2009 academic year. For more information about what is happening, check us out at www.raidercatholic.org. Come and be a part of something special with CSM.

Christ in Action Student Ministries (CA)

“CA” is a community of students loving God, and learning what it means to follow Jesus. Whether we are on a weekend retreat, in service or in worship, around a table or in class…this is what we are about. We are not nearly perfect, but we are being re-made, we are loved by God, and we are revived by Him. You are always welcome in our community. Here are a few things that we do weekly and that have been helpful to us in our journey with God: Manna @ 9:15am Sundays: before worship we get together to eat breakfast and discuss God’s word, not as information, but as “bread”. (1924 Broadway - Broadway Church of Christ) Worship @ 7:09pm Wednesdays: in a very simple way, we pause in the middle of the week to worship, and to take the ways of Jesus to heart. (2406 Broadway - Christ in Action building) Lunch @ 11:30am Thursdays: home-cooked food! (2406 Broadway - Christ in Action building) G.R.O.V.E. groups: seeking Christ in community, and making space for others to do so with us. Drop by anytime, we would love to help you connect...and revive. 2406 Broadway (just east of Cricket’s) caministries@gmail.com 806.765.8831 www.christinaction.org

TECH CRU

Cru...A Caring Community Passionate About Connecting People To Jesus Christ. The best way to get to know us is to come hang out with us. We meet on campus every Thursday night at 7:30pm in the Hance Chapel (17th and University). You can also get involved with one of our small group bible studies (meeting on and off campus throughout the week). Find us on Facebook or online at www.techcru.com

2615 19th Street 763-3644

Lutheran Student Fellowship (LSF)

Lutheran Student Fellowship is a family of college students seizing everyday opportunities to reach out with the love of Christ. We reach out to all students of Texas Tech, Lubbock Christian University and South Plains College who know Christ and want to grow, and to those who do not know the Lord. We participate in servant events and mission trips during spring break and summer and will provide our students an opportunity to serve people in need, and spread the Gospel. Students are encouraged to visit area churches on Sunday mornings for worship; and the regular activities at the Lutheran Center serve as a supplement to Sunday worship and Communion. The Lutheran Student Center is a place for students to relax, to play ping-pong, a game of pool, a game of foosball, to study the Bible, to watch TV, watch videos or DVDs. They also may meet with their study groups, or just get together with friends. At the LSC, we share in that which is common, Jesus Christ, and learn from one another. It is also a place to meet weekly to feed you - spiritually and physically. We take a retreat each fall and do a service project each spring during Spring Break. Visit our Web site on-line calendar for more up-to-date details & Welcome Week activities - www.orgs.ttu.edu/ lutheranstudentfellowship. Weekly Activities Include: • Supper On Sundays - We’re talking’ home -cooked, FREE MEAL provided by members of the local congregations. Sundays at 5:30 p.m. • Food for the Soul - Sundays at 6:30 p.m. A pastor-led Bible study following Supper on Sunday. • Dinner and a Movie - On the first Friday of each month, the Fellowship gathers at the Lutheran Student Center and goes out to eat and take in a movie, or orders delivery and watches a movie here at the Lutheran Student Center. TexasTechWord.com / 2012-2013

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Four Bar K: Event Facility Four Bar K Inside is the place for your next event. With a rustic atmosphere like no other, it can be the perfect casual setting for your mom/dad weekends and Family Days before football games lunch or dinner. More rustic elegance for rehearsal dinners or wedding receptions. Featuring a large dance floor, stage and outdoor patio, this facility is a must see. A BBQ or hand-cut rib-eye steak buffet menu and always a BYOB policy make tough decisions about menu planning disappear. For private party reservations or

to make an appointment to see this facility, call Chuck at 806-789-8682 or drop by any Friday for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. to see it in full swing. It is located at 302 E. 82nd St., half a mile east of I-27.

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Plan Your Party or Event

Party and event planning is easy in Lubbock with so many wonderful choices. From formals to weddings and everything in between, just make a call and let the professionals help you. Many businesses love your Texas Tech events, so be sure to check with them first. You’ll find most of them in The WORD. Fun For All Photo Four Bar K Harrigan’s Restaurant Texas Tech Hospitality Stars and Stripes Texas Tech Student Union McKenzie Merket Alumni Center and the Frazier Pavillion Overton Hotel Museum of Texas Tech University Buddy Holly Museum Silent Wings Museum Add some fun to those weekenders by adding: A golf outing at The Range Wine tasting at Llano Estacado Shopping at South Plains Mall and Cactus Alley.


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Walk-Ins & Appointments Welcome

Walk-Ins & Appointments Welcome

USE SOUTH ENTRANCE

In PARK TOWER * SUITE 107

1617 27th & Q Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

“FOR PICKY PEOPLE”

FOR KIDS 12 & UNDER

Shampoo & Cut

$

Boys Girls Haircut Only Haircut Only

12

7

$ 99

Regularly a $20 value Expires 8-31-13

(Regularly $13)

Walk-Ins & Appointments Welcome Expires August 31, 2013

10% OFF Leather Cleaning Free Estimates

4505 98th Suite 250.......771-9004 1709 Ave. Q ...........................763-4361 3411 82nd St ........................793-8812 910 Slide Rd ..........................792-3496 5815 82nd St ........................687-2854 ONE COUPON PER VISIT. NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS. (COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY INCOMING ORDER)

$

10

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747-4659

Colors 20% OFF Shampoo, Cut & Style $ $ Perms Regularly 50 & up, Long Hair Extra For Women:

23

1st time visit only. Regularly a $35 value

Expires 8-31-13

Expires 8-31-13

USE SOUTH ENTRANCE Expires August 31, 2013

43

$

FREE Haircut with Perm! Expires 8-31-13

Walk-Ins & Appointments Welcome

Expires August 31, 2013

Expires August 31, 2013

$

2500 OFF

DRY CLEANING $ 00 5 OFF OR $300 OFF

SHIRTS

4505 98th Suite 250.......771-9004 1709 Ave. Q ...........................763-4361 3411 82nd St ........................793-8812 910 Slide Rd ..........................792-3496 5815 82nd St ........................687-2854

4505 98th Suite 250.......771-9004 1709 Ave. Q ...........................763-4361 3411 82nd St ........................793-8812 910 Slide Rd ..........................792-3496 5815 82nd St ........................687-2854

4505 98th Suite 250.......771-9004 1709 Ave. Q ...........................763-4361 3411 82nd St ........................793-8812 910 Slide Rd ..........................792-3496 5815 82nd St ........................687-2854

ONE COUPON PER VISIT. NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS. (COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY INCOMING ORDER)

ONE COUPON PER VISIT. NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS. (COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY INCOMING ORDER)

ONE COUPON PER VISIT. NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS. (COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY INCOMING ORDER)

WITH $20.00 MINIMUM PURCHASE WITH $15.00 MINIMUM PURCHASE EXCLUDING FUR STORAGE

Sizes 8 & Up Only

Laundered no knit, fancy, or folded

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1

$ 95

Walk-Ins & Appointments Welcome

Walk-Ins & Appointments Welcome

Wedding Gown Preservation

Oil Change - $2399 Alignment (Includes Tire Rotation) Expires August 31, 2013

6210 Slide Rd .......806-797-4821 3425 50th St .........806-792-2801 6005 W. 29th St ....806-793-6163

Complete Vehicle Inspection

9

$ 99

Expires August 31, 2013

6210 Slide Rd .......806-797-4821 3425 50th St .........806-792-2801 6005 W. 29th St ....806-793-6163

Expires August 31, 2013

6210 Slide Rd .......806-797-4821 3425 50th St .........806-792-2801 6005 W. 29th St ....806-793-6163

Oil Change - $2399 (Includes Tire Rotation) Expires August 31, 2013

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Friday Lunch

11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 302 East 82nd Street (1/2 mile east of I 27) 806.789.8682 • www.fourbark.com

• BBQ Buffet • Chicken-N-Dumplings • LIVE Music • FREE Beer (with valid license) • Cash or Check ONLY

BUY ANY DOZEN DOUGHNUTS AND GET ONE DOZEN ORIGINAL GLAZED.

FREE.

Valid at Lubbock, TX location only: 4301 S Loop 289 • Lubbock, TX • (806) 792-9200 ©2010 Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corporation. Coupon must be presented with order. Not redeemable at grocery stores, convenience stores or any other location that is not a Krispy Kreme retail store. Expires 8/31/13. Copies not accepted. Limit one per visit. Not valid with any other offer. Cash value 1/20¢

Need furniture for your dorm, apartment or house?

Jack’s Furniture Consignment 6409 Indiana Ave. • Phone 773-3359 or 785-1791 HOURS: Mon. - Sat. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Sun. 1 to 6 p.m. If you are needing furniture for your dorm, home or apartment or if you are wanting to replace some of your older household pieces for some nicer, updated furniture, this is the place to find what you need at a reasonable price.

Good For $20 OFF any one piece of new bedroom furniture.

Don’t forget about us when you get ready to move. “We want to consign furniture and accessories that are in good to excellent condition. If you have really good furniture, you are the ones we are looking for,” says Jack.

Good For $10 OFF any one piece of furniture priced at $75 or over.

You don’t need to bring the coupon. Just tell us you saw it in THE WORD. Jack’s Furniture Consignment • 6409 Indiana Ave.

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YOU GOT 30 MINUTES™

Valid with coupon only at participating stores.

13

99 Plus Tax

Coupon Code 12010

Deep Dish Extra. Expires August 31, 2013

YOU GOT 30 MINUTES™

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DOUBLE DEAL

$

Large

17

99 Plus Tax

Coupon Code 12011

Deep Dish Extra. Expires August 31, 2013

YOU GOT 30 MINUTES™

Valid with coupon only at participating stores.

7

$ 99 EACH Plus Tax

Coupon Code 12008

Deep Dish Extra. Expires August 31, 2013

Up to 5 Toppings

Medium

9

$ 99 EACH Plus Tax

Coupon Code 12012

Deep Dish Extra. Expires August 31, 2013

YOU GOT 30 MINUTES™

Valid with coupon only at participating stores.

1-Topping Pizzas

Large

9

$ 99 EACH

YOU GOT 30 MINUTES™

Valid with coupon only at participating stores.

Delivery charge may apply. Limited delivery areas.

YOUR CHOICE

SINGLE DEAL

Plus Tax

Coupon Code 12009 Deep Dish Extra. Expires August 31, 2013

Cash value 1/20c. Prices may vary. Tax may apply. Minimum purchase required.

Medium

YOU GOT 30 MINUTES™

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Two 1-Topping Pizzas

1-Topping Pizzas

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Delivery charge may apply. Limited delivery areas. © 2011 Domino’s OP Holder LLC. Not valid with any other offer.

$

Coupon Code 12007 Deep Dish Extra. Expires August 31, 2013

© 2011 Domino’s OP Holder LLC. Not valid with any other offer.

Medium

© 2011 Domino’s OP Holder LLC. Not valid with any other offer.

© 2011 Domino’s OP Holder LLC. Not valid with any other offer.

DOUBLE DEAL

EACH

Delivery charge may apply. Limited delivery areas.

Cash value 1/20c. Prices may vary. Tax may apply. Minimum purchase required.

Delivery charge may apply. Limited delivery areas.

Two 1-Topping Pizzas

5

Cash value 1/20c. Prices may vary. Tax may apply. Minimum purchase required.

Cash value 1/20c. Prices may vary. Tax may apply. Minimum purchase required.

Coupon Code 12006 Deep Dish Extra. Expires August 31, 2013

$ 99

SINGLE DEAL

YOUR CHOICE Up to 5 Toppings

$

Large

11

99 EACH Plus Tax

Coupon Code 12013

Deep Dish Extra. Expires August 31, 2013

YOU GOT 30 MINUTES™

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YOU GOT 30 MINUTES™

EACH

Mix & Match 3 or more medium 1-Topping Pizzas, Breadbowl Pasta, 8 Piece Chicken or Oven Baked Sandwich for

Delivery charge may apply. Limited delivery areas. © 2011 Domino’s OP Holder LLC. Not valid with any other offer.

7

$ 99

MIX-N-MATCH

Delivery charge may apply. Limited delivery areas. © 2011 Domino’s OP Holder LLC. Not valid with any other offer.

Three Large 1-Topping Pizzas for

© 2011 Domino’s OP Holder LLC. Not valid with any other offer.

© 2011 Domino’s OP Holder LLC. Not valid with any other offer.

THREE LARGE PIZZAS

Delivery charge may apply. Limited delivery areas.

Cash value 1/20c. Prices may vary. Tax may apply. Minimum purchase required.

Delivery charge may apply. Limited delivery areas.

2-Liter Coke® or Dr. Pepper® $2.79

Domino’s Pizza Boneless Chicken 8pc. $5.99

Buffalo Wings 8 pc. $5.99

Cinna Stix® $3.99

Cash value 1/20c. Prices may vary. Tax may apply. Minimum purchase required.

to your meal!

2113 50th Street

Cash value 1/20c. Prices may vary. Tax may apply. Minimum purchase required.

Stuffed Cheesy Bread $5.99

762-8484

1617 University

5815 82nd

794-5000 Breadsticks $3.99

763-3030

1708 Parkway Drive

4921 34th

792-3030 Southwest Lubbock

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Northwest Lubbock 5407 4th Street 792-3816 Southeast Lubbock

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Lubbock Locations 765-6415

4611 34th Street

748-0055

799-6633

687-6928

793-9620

(34th & Ave. S)

8010 University 5802 64th Street

Go Red Raiders!

797-1626

1901 34th Street

771-0117

4401 4th Street

785-3393

5202 50th Street

4904 Indiana

785-3121

5722 4th Street

7220 Quaker

780-4555

687-3428

19th St. & MLK

(4th & Frankford)

6419 19th Street

749-2414

101 University

Please mention coupon when ordering.

Buy One Footlong Quarter Pound Coney and Get One FREE! Go Red Raiders!

Limit One Coupon Per Order. Expires 8/31/13 Not Valid With Any Other Offer.

BREAKFAST BURRITO Limit One Coupon Per Order. Expires 8/31/13 Not Valid With Any Other Offer.

Go Red Raiders!

Please mention coupon when ordering.

Regular Sausage Burrito

$159 PLUS TAX

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Sonic Cheeseburger and Small Order of Tots

Limit One Coupon Per Order. Expires 8/31/13 Not Valid With Any Other Offer.

Go Red Raiders!

$369 PLUS TAX

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2 CORN DOGS $129

Limit One Coupon Per Order. Expires 8/31/13 Not Valid With Any Other Offer.

Go Red Raiders!

PLUS TAX

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Hand-Mixed 10 oz. Limit One Coupon Per Order. Expires 8/31/13 Not Valid With Any Other Offer.

SHAKE Go Red Raiders!

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skirts, tops, jackets, pants, jeans, dresses. Put together a different look every time you dress. We wear 10% of our wardrobe 90% of the time, because we always wear things that we buy together and don’t branch out. • Buy quality versus quantity. Your clothes will last longer and will always be in good shape. • When a new item goes into your closet, an old item must be taken out. • Don’t clutter closet with pieces that you can’t or don’t wear anymore. They crowd what you can wear. • Stay within 2 or 3 color palettes so they will always coordinate with each other. Odd-color pieces are limited in what they will go with. • Don’t overbuy trends. They go out of style after a season or two, and you don’t have anything to wear. Buy one or two trendy looks and wear them a lot to get your money’s worth. Then it’s OK to get rid of them. • Take your clothes that are still in good shape but you are

tired of to the resale shops. You can get extra spending money fairly quickly - also, shop resale stores. You’ll be surprised at what you find. • Take advantage of sales, and buy quality items at a lower price. • Shop alone. You always overspend or buy something you are talked into when you shop with friends. • Have a swap party with your friends. Everyone brings items that are still in good shape and in style and trades with others. • Don’t spend a lot on tops and tees that are worn underneath sweaters, jackets, etc. Spend the bulk of your money on the outside pieces. • Solids last longer than prints and patterns and are easier to mix and match. • Buy a fabulous handbag and pair of shoes and wear with everything simple. Make your accessories update your wardrobe when you can’t buy a lot of new clothes. • Don’t wait until the last

• Little black dress - lace accent is trending • Skinny colored jeans or greatfitting skinny jeans • Jacket - either bomber, varsity, faux leather, military-inspired • White fitted T-shirt • Pencil skirt to the knee When in doubt, depending on the occasion, wear the little black dress - simple, always appropriate. Change it up with accessories, shoes, colored jeans or denim jeans, white T-shirt, and bomber jacket. Or add a bright-colored scarf and trendy shoes or booties casual, yet put together to give a sophisticated casual look.

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minute to purchase something new for an event. You will either overspend, or buy something just to have it done.

Finding Fashion in Lubbock

Lubbock has several local boutiques that carry all the highend designers. Department stores also carry designer brands, as well as contemporary brands college students want. Every trend is available at a price point you can afford. You just have to decide what you want and then go to all departments and look for similar styles at lower prices. Stores have sales going on all the time. Make friends with your sales associate and she/he will call you when your favorite items go on sale. Students who only shop around the University area don’t even realize all the small stores located in Southwest Lubbock. Lubbock has a lot of resale shops.

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selective about the pieces they accept to ensure they provide customers with the most on-trend and fashionforward clothing. “People might think used clothes are done with,” Lissa said, “but fashion is cyclical.” Recycling more than just clothes, Culture Clothing creates a fun and

welcoming environment through their recycled décor. Culture Clothing has also partnered with Green Queens, a local curbside recycling company, to increase donations of recycled goods and materials. Culture Clothing offers fashion for men and women. Shawn said he


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realizes shopping can be a difficult task for guys. Digging for hours on end, only to realize you were unable to find the simple gray shirt you were looking for can be extremely frustrating. Shawn wants guys in the community to know shopping doesn’t have to be a hassle any longer. Culture Clothing has made the shopping experience for guys simple. “Everything displayed has been handpicked by a guy,” Shawn said, “making it quick and easy for them.” Culture Clothing owners want their customers to know they are all about a local and enjoyable shopping experience. “We have a definite look,” Lissa said, “so we want to keep that going.” Go like culture clothing on Facebook at: www. facebook.com/cultureclothing.

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4 Bar K.................................................... 45, 61

Overton Hotel & Conference Center............ 38

7-11 Stores.................................................... 83

Freebirds ................................................ 55, 95

Papa John’s Pizza............................... 71, Cover

742-NITE / RIDE / SBus.............................. 90

Fun 4 All Photo Booth.................................. 52

Parkridge Medical Clinic.............................. 41

AG Rentals.................................................... 22

Gristy’s.................................................... 26, 59

Pat Garrett Realtors....................................... 12

Aunt Carol’s Bakery..................................... 55

Hair Designs by Phil..................................... 59

Pinkie’s.................................................... 27, 85

Baymont Inn & Suites................................... 39

Harrigans....................................................... 47

Planet Fitness................................................ 14

Bless Your Heart........................................... 53

HealthPoint................................................... 16

Planned Parenthood...................................... 40

Blue Monkey Grill........................................ 20

Heartline........................................................ 42

Pro-Cuts........................................................ 67

Buddy Holly Center...................................... 91

Holiday Inn Express...................................... 39

Prosperity Bank....................................... 34, 35

Burger King.................................................. 81

Honeycomb................................................... 13

Quality Inn.................................................... 37

Cactus Alley.................................................. 97

Honors College............................................... 7

Rape Crisis Center........................................ 42

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Hospitality Services...................2, Inside Back Cover

Rawls College of Business............................ 10

Celebrity Attractions..................................... 29

IT Division................................................ Cover

Red & Black Bookstore................................ 73

Chili’s............................................................ 46

IT Division - Training..................................... 9

Red Zone Café.............................................. 69

Citibus Times................................................ 90

Jack’s Furniture Consignment....................... 61

Rosa’s Café................................................... 53

Citibus Routes..........................................92-93

KingsPark Urgent Care............................... 101

Select-A-Seat................................................ 21

College of Media & Communication............ 28

Krispy Kreme................................................ 61

Silent Wings.................................................. 91

Collision Pro................................................. 24

Leonard’s Grocery........................................ 20

Sleep Inn & Suites........................................ 36

Country Inn & Suites.................................... 39

Living Well ExpressCare................................ 4

Smoothie King.............................................. 87

Covenant Schools.......................................... 32

Llano Estacado Winery................................. 95

Snippits - Scrapbooking & Memory Quilts....... 55

Cowamongus!............................................... 57

Lubbock Apartment Association................... 15

Sonic............................................ 45, 65, Cover

Culture Clothing........................................... 99

Lubbock Lake Landmark.............................. 28

South Plains Mall............................................ 1

Dairy Queen........................................87, Cover

Lubbock Wrecker Service............................. 23

Specs Liquor............................................... 100

Dominos Pizza.............................................. 63

McDonald’s............................................. 48, 79

Stars & Stripes.......................................... 6, 53

Drive Trainers Campus................................. 57

McWhorter’s................................................. 85

State Farm, Scott Powell . .............................. 3

East Moon Asian Bistro................................ 57

Meineke Car Care Center.............................. 87

Stuart’s Jewelers............................................ 20

Escape Your Body Float Center.............. 17, 57

Minor Emergency Center............................ 101

Student Counseling Center........................... 42

Firehouse Subs........................................ 18, 55

Museum of Texas Tech................................. 19

Student Financial Center............................... 42

Firestone Auto Care...................................... 59

Octapharma Plasma...................................... 11

Student Union................................................. 5

First Convenience Bank................................ 35

One Guy From Italy................................ 44, 75

Subway.......................................................... 77 Suddenlink...............................................50-51 Super 8.......................................................... 37 Texas Tech Alumni Association.................. 100 Texas Tech Federal Credit Union.................. 35 Texas Tech Library........................................ 30 The Range............................................... 33, 89 Twisted Sisters Boutique............................... 87 University Career Center.............................. 31 University Fountains..................................... 94 University Parking Services.......................... 91 University Student Housing............................ 2 Village at Overton Park................................. 25 West Wind Primary Health............................. 4 Women’s Health Center................................ 41 Word Publications......................................... 89 Zookini’s..................................................... 102

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