Month: March 2017

New Student Government officers elected for fall semester

by STACY JOHNSON//Editorial Assistant The South Plains College Student Government Association recently welcomed four new officers who will officially begin their terms in fall of 2017. The Student Government Association acts […]

PTSA hopes to raise funds through golf tournament

by SHELBY MORGAN//Staff Writer The South Plains College Physical Therapist Student Association will host the Fifth Annual PTASA Golf Classic on April 1. The event will be held at Shadow Hills […]

BackTalk: Reasoning behind current drinking age debated

Underage alcohol consumption detrimental to teen development by TYLER YORK//Online Editor Lowering the drinking age means blatantly ignoring a potential increase in traffic deaths and a severe decline in public safety. […]

Cure for disease hidden behind greed

by BRITTNY STEGALL//Opinion Editor Greed is one of the most vial things in this world, especially when it becomes a choice between saving someone’s life or making money. As someone who […]

Scientific research should place focus on global conservation

by VANESSA DELGADO//Staff Writer Many people are passionate about the environment, but not nearly enough. Money is spent on science that doesn’t even directly affect our planet, or us, in order […]

Segregation of genders could benefit education

by CHANISE RAY//Staff Writer Boys are toxic to my learning environment. A topic no one really thinks about, but based on research is one worth discussing. Same sex classrooms could be […]