South Plains College’s newest campus location offers a workforce hub with easy accessibility to those who live in Lubbock.
The idea of climate change has become a largely politically polarized concept. But the nation’s leading climate scientists say it’s time to make a choice.
South Plains College has a new face for vice president for student affairs.
Concealed firearms are now legal to carry on South Plains College campuses.
Imagine being on the scene, looking at a wrecked vehicle belonging to a loved one.
The Student Life Center has a new director who plans to bridge the gap between community and community college.
Abby Rodgers has overcome physical challenges she has been living with all her life by keeping positive and working towards her goals every day.
It’s not every day you get to live out your dream. But South Plains College alumnus Anne Butt is doing just that.
Fresh produce, savory meats, and handmade crafts are a few of the goods sold at the Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market.
Four men are on a mission to impact lives, make a difference in their community, and build relationships.
Living two lives, Marc Watson doubles as a beloved comic book creator and professor.
Whether she is taking on the roles of coach and tour guide, or entrepreneur and metaphorical gardener, Wanda Clark has worked to help students, professionals, and the community blossom.
by TYLER YORK//Editor-in-Chief The bond between brothers is one worth fighting for. But as the Safdie brothers’ “Good Time” illustrates, tirelessly defending familial love can sometimes cause us to destroy ourselves in the process. “Good […]
A lovely day at the carnival with her son turns into a nightmare for a single mother.
Black Sabbath fans gather inside of Jake’s Backroom on Sept. 6 to hear the all-female tribute band Black Sabbitch.
The earth is being consumed by climate change, and Poison Ivy and the Floronic Man have decided to reverse it by turning every living creature into plant hybrids.
Tone Stith has broken through the R&B world, creating a following of young and old listeners with his first album, “Can We Talk.”
Tattoo enthusiasts come to Lubbock to satisfy their craving for more of the culture.
The underground criminal ninja organization known as the Hand is after the Immortal Iron Fist, and they are willing to level New York to get him.
Comics of the week, for the weeks of Aug. 30 and Sept. 6.