by SARA MASHALL //Editor-in-Chief A chilly breeze cools the air down to almost unbearable temperatures, after weeks of warm days.
by DOMINICK PUENTE//Staff Writer With half of the NFL season over, the officiating has not improved and rules have become unclear, just like previous seasons. Teams, fans and critics have continuously expressed […]
by STEVEN GEHEGAN//Editoral Assistant The world of college athletics is changing fast, one lawsuit at a time.
by SPORTS STAFF With achieved goals, hard work and dedication come bright futures. Twelve South Plains College track and basketball athletes recently made their commitments to four-year universities after they signed scholarships […]
by STEVEN GEHEGAN//Editorial Assistant The South Plains College men’s and women’s cross country teams fared well at the National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association Championship. The teams ran in the NJCAA Cross Country […]
by STEVEN GEHEGAN//Editorial Assistant The South Plains College men’s and women’s cross country teams performed well while running half of a marathon that took place recently. The teams ran in the National […]
by DOMINICK PUENTE//Staff Writer With conference play beginning, the South Plains College women’s basketball team has accumulated key victories against tough opponents. With an important victory against the number 11-ranked Midland College […]
by NICK ALVARADO//Sports Editor The South Plains College men’s basketball team continues to blow out opponents as conference play has officially kicked off. With the first game of Western Junior College Athletic […]
by DOMINICK PUENTE//Staff Writer Turning heads with different styles and versus of rap music, Mac Miller shows a deeper and affectionate point of view towards a women in his newest album. After […]
by VANESSA DELGADO//Staff Writer Trolls dolls became popular in the 1960’s. They have gone in and out of popularity through the years. Recently, they have tried to make a comeback. After DreamWorks […]
by KACI LIVINGSTON//Staff Writer The Best of Second City highlights some favorite original, hilarious, frequently changing sketches from the past 52 years. It also features unscripted improvisation by the next generation of […]
by SERGIO MADRID//Staff Writer It’s been awhile since Relient K has made any buzz. It has been even longer since Relient K fans had much to buzz about. But with the summer […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Opinion Editor While most people anticipate being serenaded with carols during the holiday season, those who are familiar with the Trans Siberian Orchestra are excited to be blown away by […]
by RILEY GOLDEN//Entertainment Editor The Empress of Dunwall and her father are in the midst of dealing with the Crown Killer when her aunt takes her throne by force.
by STEVEN GEHEGAN//Editorial Staff Pokémon has finally added something new as a story line to the latest installment in the video game series.
by CHANEY ARNEY//Staff Writer Grab your coffee. The Girls are back. After 16 years since the first episode and nine since the TV series ended, the “Gilmore Girls” are back. The all-star […]
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief WOLFFORTH – The crisp fall air is already filled with sounds of carols and smells of wood fires as the holiday season draws near. Christmas time is undoubtedly for […]
by BRITTNY STEGALL//Staff Writer With a passion for people of all ages, one professor makes sure that everyone stays active, no matter their age. Mike Harrison, director of the Natatorium and instructor in Physical […]
by IRENE RIOS//Staff Writer From the Philippines to Texas, Arra Delos Santos carries big dreams with her no matter where she goes. Delos Santos lives in Lubbock, but she is originally from […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Opinion Editor [Editor’s note: This story is part of an ongoing project in conjunction with the South Plains College Alumni Association. The project highlights former SPC students and their achievements.] […]