Month: September 2016

SPOTLIGHT: Street Fare…

Photos by TOVI OYERVIDEZ and SARA MARSHALL/PLAINSMAN PRESS by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief Food on four wheels is the greatest thing since mac’n’cheese. Food trucks are usually associated with metropolitan areas such […]

Yankees lore captivates family

by BRITTNY STEGALL//Staff Writer The New York Yankees are a team that has experienced ups and downs throughout the year, causing fans to have mixed emotions with their performances. In […]

NCAA still avoiding real issues

by STEVEN GEHEGAN//Editorial Assistant The National Collegiate Athletic Association has once again proved that it is incapable of doing what is right. The NCAA is looking into recruiting violations that […]

Rio facing criticism of preparation for Olympics

by NICK ALVARADO//Sports Editor Before the 2016 Summer Olympics began, the city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil was hit hard by questions that pertained to the topic of readiness […]

Kaepernick should honor flag during national anthem

by DOMINICK PUENTE//Staff Writer Colin Kaepernick has responded to the troubling times many Americans are facing by sitting down or kneeling during the playing of the national anthem. The quarterback […]

Hobbs settles in as new assistant track coach

by DOMINICK PUENTE//Staff Writer The South Plains College track program has brought in a new assistant men’s coach to help keep the long-standing reputation going and growing. Justin Hobbs recently […]

Former player returns as new assistant coach

by STEVEN GEHEGAN//Editorial Assistant Justin Brown returns to South Plains College to help obtain the same glory that the men’s basketball team had the last time he was here. “I […]