Month: April 2016

For Goodness Snakes…

Rattlesnake Roundup continues to educate, entertain by MICHAELA CHAMBLEE//Staff Writer SWEETWATER – Rattlesnakes are only as dangerous as you make them. Watching where you step, place your hands when sitting […]

Jones uses mental, physical strength to succeed in distance running

by NICK ALVARADO//Editorial Assistant Long distance running for any athlete can be challenging. For Kassidi Jones, it has built toughness, both mentally and physically. “I believe that running is mental,” […]

Track teams open outdoor season on high note with national qualifiers

by JOSHUA RAMIREZ//Sports Editor The South Plains College men’s and women’s track teams posted more than 61 national qualifying marks in the opening weeks of the outdoor season. The SPC […]

Success of UCONN women potentially impacting viewership

by NICK ALVARADO//Editorial Assistant The University of Connecticut women’s basketball team has won their fourth consecutive national title with no surprise this season, with blowouts in both games in the […]

New rule allows players to maximize draft stock

by STEVEN GEHEGAN//Staff Writer The National Collegiate Athletic Association finally put in a rule that benefits the players, and John Calipari is taking full advantage of it. The new rule […]

Questionable call on opening day causes debate on rule

by DOMINICK PUENTE//Staff Writer Opening Day has come and gone earlier this month for Major League Baseball this 2016 season. However, it was an eventful day for the Toronto Blue […]

Flatland Zombies feature aggressive sound in debut album

by DOMINICK PUENTE//Staff Writer The up-and-coming trio, Flatbush Zombies, released their debut album in early March, and it is gaining ground swell. After multiple mixtapes throughout the past few years, […]