Red Raider Traditions
Blarney Stone is one of Red Raider Traditions.

1. Blarney Stone

7.8
Lubbock, TX
Sculpture Garden · 2 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Discovered by a group of petroleum engineers, as the story goes, seniors that kiss the Blarney Stone upon graduation will receive the gift of eloquent speech. Pucker up!

TTU - Double T Bench is one of Red Raider Traditions.

2. TTU - Double T Bench

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
College Quad · 3 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Have a seat! This special bench was given by the seniors of the class of 1931. No freshmen were allowed to sit on it. Read more.

TTU - Official Seal is one of Red Raider Traditions.

3. TTU - Official Seal

7.4
(University), Lubbock, TX
College Quad · 3 tips and reviews
TTU - Will Rogers Statue is one of Red Raider Traditions.

4. TTU - Will Rogers Statue

7.7
Broadway & Memorial Circle, Lubbock, TX
Sculpture Garden · 4 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Before every home football game the Saddle Tramps wrap Old Will with red crepe paper. How many pictures can you take with the different “wrappings” of good ol Will Rogers? Read more.

5. TTAA - Class Ring

PO Box 45001 (17th Street & University Avenue), Lubbock, TX
Sculpture Garden · 6 tips and reviews
Victory Bells is one of Red Raider Traditions.

6. Victory Bells

1500 Akron Ave (Administration Building), Lubbock, TX
College Administrative Building · 4 tips and reviews
TTU- Carol of Lights is one of Red Raider Traditions.

7. TTU- Carol of Lights

Memorial Circle, Lubbock, TX
Uncategorized · 1 tip

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: This tradition started in 1959, Residence Hall Association created the Christmas Sing, which is now known as the Carol of Lights. Today, the Carol of Lights is one of Texas Tech's favorite traditions Read more.

Baird Memorial Carillon is one of Red Raider Traditions.

8. Baird Memorial Carillon

2625 Memorial Circle, Lubbock, TX
Building · 1 tip

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Music of the 36-bell rings out over the campus during celebration and solemnity. Every year the carillon is played on the 4th of July in conjunction with the ringing of Liberty Bell in Philadelphia! Read more.

TTU - Frazier Alumni Pavilion is one of Red Raider Traditions.

9. TTU - Frazier Alumni Pavilion

8.7
600 Boston Ave (Drive of Champions & Boston Ave), Lubbock, TX
University · 6 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: The Masked Rider tradition is the best and strongest one on campus, the Masked Rider statue was created to preserve a special part of that tradition. Take a photo with the statue and get your guns up! Read more.

TTAA - Class Ring is one of Red Raider Traditions.

10. TTAA - Class Ring

PO Box 45001 (17th Street & University Avenue), Lubbock, TX
Sculpture Garden · 6 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: Cast inside each graduates' ring is “Strive For Honor,” taken from “The Matador Song.” Rings are presented by the University president at the Official Ring Ceremony in the Merket Alumni Center.

TTU - Official Seal is one of Red Raider Traditions.

11. TTU - Official Seal

7.4
(University), Lubbock, TX
College Quad · 3 tips and reviews

Texas Tech UniversityTexas Tech University: You’re not a Red Raider until you’ve visited the seal! It has been referred to by students through the years as “the Oreo." Did you know students even decorated it as an Oreo in the '70s?