Month: May 2017

Six students selected for NASA scholars program

by MATT MOLINAR//Associate Editor Every year, students who show great interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are selected by NASA to participate in the Community College Aerospace Scholars program. This […]

Student joins campus police force

by HANNAH NELSON//Staff Writer A South Plains College student will be turning in her textbooks for a uniform as she becomes the newest member of the Campus Police Department. Ada Hinojos […]

Lubbock Center set to accept students for fall

by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief Just in time for the Fall 2017 semester, South Plains College will be opening a new campus for college and dual-credit students seeking technical and workforce careers and […]

Texas House bill tightens leash on service animal fraud

by TYLER YORK//Online Editor Texas may soon be cracking down on people attempting to take their pets where they don’t belong. In April 2017, the Texas House of Representatives introduced House […]

Dewbre serving as vice president of NCMPR

by VANESSA DELGADO//Staff Writer There is no better job than doing what you love. Dane Dewbre is currently the vice-president and president elect for the National Council for Marketing and Public […]

Commencement ceremonies set for May 12

by BRANDI ORTIZ//News Editor There will be a change in the ceremonies for this year’s graduating students. South Plains College will host the 59th annual Spring Commencement ceremonies for the Class […]

BackTalk: Airstrike in Syria fires up debate

United States bombing pales in comparison to Syrian civil war by TYLER YORK//Online Editor The atrocities committed in Syria should come to an end. But random bombings ordered by the United […]