In 1925, when Texas Tech University opened its doors with four major colleges, one being the School of Agriculture, there was no way of telling the impact the college would have on not only the local region, but also the whole world.
The year is 1934 and a letter is sent home to Wellington, Texas. John Henry Baumgardner writes about the experience he is having at Texas Technological College, a school that is only 11 years old.
Maeley Herring knew the two things she was passionate about were agriculture and helping students. It’s not often you find a career that lets you do things you dream of. Herring found just that at Texas Tech.