Hey -- What's going on? I'm Emily Claire. I grew up in Arizona and made my way to Lubbock to attend Texas Tech University. I graduated from Tech with my bachelors in Media Strategies and a love for radio. I am passionate about mental health advocacy, LGBTQ+ rights, and animal rescue. In my free time you might find me taking photos around town, crafting, or playing with my dog.
Texas Tech Greenhouse Hosts Special Event on the First Day of Fall
The garden looks beautifully lush, and the weather should be great that morning for walking around and enjoying all of the plants.
Fruits and Vegetables that are Best to Buy This September in Texas
Now that we are transitioning from summer to fall, we are in a sweet spot where there are still summer fruits and veggies in season, but we are also starting to see some fall produce come into season as well.
What an Episode of ‘The Real Housewives of Lubbock’ Would Look Like
An argument ensues, nasty things are said, one of them leaves the event in a huff…
Texas Experiences Seasonal Depression Differently Than the Rest of the U.S.
If you or someone you know is struggling with seasonal depression in any form, it is important to reach out.
Texans Can Access this Streaming Service for Free with a Library Card
Life is very expensive right now.
Tired of the Heat? Subtle Ways to Get Yourself in the Fall Mood
Summer is fun and all, but after so many weeks of the heat, mosquitos, and sunburns, most of us are ready for fall.
Spruce Up Your Office: Growing a Micro Garden in Texas
Micro gardens consist of a small container where you grow flowers, fruit, veggies, herbs, or any other plant.
Are These Necklaces a Solution to the Texas Heat?
The 100-degree heat in Texas is really taking its toll on everyone.
Texan Opinions: Is It Too Early for Halloween Prep?
With the summer hype coming and going, and everyone getting excited for the weather to cool back down into fall, spooky season already seems to be upon us.
How to Keep Your Dog Safe During Texas Fireworks
More pets are lost on the 4th of July than any other day of the year in the United States.