Month: March 2016

Job in radio business begins unexpected career for Moody

[Editor’s note: This story is part of an ongoing project in conjuction with the South Plains College Alumni Association. The project highlights former SPC students and their achievements.] by BRANDI […]

Edwards aims to encourage confidence through body image

by MATT MOLINAR/Opinion Editor  For Emily Edwards, looking good has never felt better. Edwards, a sophomore biology major from Levelland, Texas,  grew up with one particular goal in her mind, […]

Wildlife Biology students gain experience through camping trip

by MALLORY CARVER/Feature Editor Three days of desert camping with 14 college students is not something any average professor would sign up for. From March 10 – March 13, four […]

Prophets and Outlaws forge new path with soulful southern music

by MALLORY CARVER/Feature Editor New styles of music don’t pop up every day, but Prophets and Outlaws have mixed two styles together and created a catchy new sound. Prophets and […]

Young basketball fan wins raffled quilt through fundraiser

by MATT MOLINAR/Opinion Editor Nothing is more exciting than winning a raffle. At this year’s SPC Foundation Scholarship Gala, $1,830 was raised from selling raffle tickets during and prior to […]

New cast exhibits musical talents with exhilerating performance

by JONATHAN BROOKSHIRE/Social Media Coordinator Incredible duets, awesome guitar solos, and wonderful displays of musical talent made the  newest edition of Thursday Nite Live a huge success. The TNL ensemble performed […]

Disregard for littering awareness impacting environment

by DARIELLA HERNANDEZ/Editorial Assistant Littering doesn’t only cause harm to the environment, it also causes harm to everybody living in it. Littering awareness was always a popular subject when I was […]