Month: April 2017

Livestock Judging Team wins national championship

by STEVEN GEHEGAN//Sports Editor The South Plains Livestock Judging Team made history while doing something that has not been done in more than two decades. The Livestock Judging Team brought home […]

Journalism students awarded at intercollegiate competition

by PLAINSMAN PRESS STAFF South Plains College student Sara Marshall was selected as Editor of the Year for two-year colleges and current or former Plainsman Press staff members won 11 other […]

University graduate discovers passion in escorting, adult films

by MATT MOLINAR//Associate Editor [Editor’s note: This story is the fifth part of the multi-part series “Risque Business,” examining the dangers of prostitution that begins with Issue #7 and concludes in […]

Service animals becoming more common on campus

by TYLER YORK//Online Editor After decades of absence, service animals are becoming more of a fixture at South Plains College. In the Disability Services Office, Linda Young, disability accommodations specialist at […]

Math Department hosting Advising Day for students

by BRANDI ORTIZ//News Editor Math and Engineering students who are struggling to plan their schedules for the Fall 2017 semester at South Plains College now have the chance to ask for […]

Former student recalls sexual assault experience

by SHELBY MORGAN//Staff Writer [Be advised: The names and places in this story have been changed or generalized in order to protect the identity of the sexual assault survivor. In order […]

Denim Day serves to educate students on sexual assault, victim blaming

by RILEY GOLDEN//Entertainment Editor Students, faculty, and staff at South Plains College are encouraged to wear denim on April 26. They will be joining more than 155,000 people across the United […]