More Than a Show

Dedication is the word that commonly describes the Texas Tech Ranch Horse Team.

Repurposed with a New Purpose

Amidst the hustle and bustle of everyday college life, hundreds of Texas Tech University students pass by the Dairy Barn, unaware of its profound history and present-day purpose. However, 50 years ago, many students’ lives, and educations, depended on the Dairy Barn.

Unleashing Creativity

Reinventing Goodwill purchases with fashionable paint and horse-shaped sponges was the norm for Andrea Glenn in college. Glenn, owner of The Rusty Rose, a southern boutique, always found unique ways to channel her creativity into crafty creations, but she never thought she would carry her creativity into starting her own business.

The Family Dairy, Reimagined

In the small town of Lindsay, Texas, with just a few milking dairies still operating, Circle N Dairy has reinvented the standard for family dairies.

The Balance of Farm and Life

The alarm goes off. Annette swings her feet off the bed and places them into her work shoes. She walks into her kitchen and makes a pot of coffee for her husband Mike. Annette calls for her trusted dog, Jackie, and walks down to her barn. She hears a faint cry in the distance and smiles in relief. As the barn door opens, a new kid goat is spotted laying in the hay.

Building a Rodeo Legacy

Members of the Texas Tech Rodeo Team come from all across North America. The rodeo life is part of their heritage and all have the goal to continue building Texas Tech’s legacy.

Beyond The Focal Point

He looks through the lens of his camera, sees his subject, looks back at his camera, changes a few settings and begins to create something special.