Month: November 2016

UFC comes to New York after ban removed

by DOMINICK PUENTE //Staff Writer  Conor McGregor and Eddie Alvarez will go toe-to-toe in one of the biggest fighting events in UFC history in the Big Apple. 

‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ story may lead to successful sales

by AARON FLORES //Staff Writer It has been six long years since Rock Star released one of the most iconic games known to man. 

‘Gears of War 4’ adequate addition to series

by RILEY GOLDEN //ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Twenty five years after the events of the previous “Gears of War,” a new enemy has risen out of the ashes of the old and […]

Broken curse good for Cubs, city of Chicago

By BRITTANY STEGALL//Staff Writer  Two teams, a Billy Goat curse, and a phenomenal year created a monumental World Series for the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians. 

First college playoff poll sparks controversy with questionable rankings

by STEVEN GEHEGAN//Editorial Assistant The first College Football Playoff rankings were just released with a few surprises.

NFL should eliminate controversial issues for improved ratings

by NICK ALVARADO//Sports Editor With the 2016 NFL season in full force, there have been some surprising moments so far. It also holds the most controversial topics in the nation. […]

Lady Texans tip off season with pair of victories in SPC Classic

by DOMINICK PUENTE//Staff Writer The South Plains College women’s basketball team has started the season on a high note, winning a pair of games in the opening week.