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Kelsey M Jackson
Oct 29, 2015

Get Your Gun's Up For...Knight Raiders, The Meat Judging Team, and Army ROTC

Oct 29, 2015 by Kelsey M Jackson

Each week, Student Involvement will recognize the amazing things our Student Organizations are doing at Texas Tech and in the greater community. If you would like to nominate an organization to be recognized, email studentorgs@ttu.edu.

This week we would like to recognize Knight Raiders, the Meat Judging Team, and the Army ROTC for the amazing things they are doing at Texas Tech and within the Lubbock Community.

KNIGHT RAIDERS ARE THIS YEAR'S STATE COLLEGIATE CHESS CHAMPIONS 

For the third year in a row, the Knight Raiders, Texas Tech's very own chess team, won the Texas State Collegiate Chess Championship this past weekend in Houston. We are so proud of the hard work these students and staff put into practicing chess and serving the community. For the full article, visit Texas Tech Today

More information on the Texas Tech Chess Team & Knight Raiders can be found on their website

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TEXAS TECH MEAT JUDGING TEAM WINS FIRST PLACE AT THE AMERICAN ROYAL INTERCOLLEGIATE MEAT JUDGING CONTEST

The Texas Tech University Meat Judging team in the Department of Animal and Food Sciences took first place at the American Royal Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest in Omaha, NebraskaTexas Tech won by three points over the University of Wyoming. More on this achievement can be found at Texas Tech Today

More information on the Meat Judging team can be found on their website

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ARMY ROTC TEAM TAKES FIRST PLACE IN THE RANGER CHALLENGE REGIONAL COMPETITION

Texas Tech University’s Army ROTC Red team competed against 10 other teams at the Ranger Challenge Regional Competition this weekend and came out on top. The competition consisted of physically and mentally demanding tasks. The competition also measures cooperation and personal skills. The teams that competed from Texas Tech have been practicing since this summer for this competition and their hard work paid off. To read more about their first place win, check out the Texas Tech Today Article.

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