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Fall 2019 Issue - page 2

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Loving Animals to the Very End

Walking through the doors of the freshly cleaned animal shelter, Allison Andrukonis’ ears filled with barking dogs. Passing dogs row by row,… Keep Reading

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Lubbock Landscaping Redefined

“A challenge is how to keep yourself relevant, but not to the point where you’re only focused on the bottom line,” Jones… Keep Reading

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From Calculations to Cultivation

Chris Williams cannot help but have bittersweet emotions as he looks across his, now empty, research farm he spent many hours cultivating.… Keep Reading

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Leaving a Longhorn Legacy

Based out of Era, Texas, Scott and Stacey Schumacher, along with son, Stran, and daughter, Selah, stay busy with many endeavors in… Keep Reading

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Finding Your Niche

Most students, might not understand the importance of being involved in their campus community, but one animal science student is proving the… Keep Reading

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Cultivating a Future

Middleton grew up with a love for Texas Tech University, with family as both alumni and staff. He is a… Keep Reading

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Walk a MILE in Their Shoes

Leadership is defined as one who inspires and motivates action; having a can-do personality and strong leadership skills; one who encourages change.… Keep Reading

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Going Against the Grain

When you imagine the typical professor, you might be visualizing some strict, straightforward individual. One professor at Texas Tech University is anything… Keep Reading

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Architecture, After Design

Landscape is, in essence, humanity taking upon themselves the responsibility to accelerate biophysical prophecies,” Sowell said. “It also means that there is… Keep Reading

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Conserving Today’s Resources

Most farmers try to find ways to ensure quality crops while saving money. Three Texas Panhandle farmers are getting a little help… Keep Reading

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