Activists around the world are dedicating their time to stopping climate change.
One organization, however, is working to create climate solutions.
The pace of the news is faster than ever. Making sense of it all was at the forefront of this year’s Constitution Day discussion at South Plains College.
The recently released crime report for South Plains College shows an increase of sexual misconduct, drug and alcohol violations and aggravated assault on campus.
Campus crime statistics, a resolution, and upcoming events were among the topics of discussion during the October meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents.
With the newest installation in the Math and Engineering Building on the Levelland campus, students can now produce ideas in a space designed to promote creativity.
Students who are planning to graduate in December need to check with their academic advisor or an advisor at the Advising Center on campus.
The idea for the Texans Helping Texans benefit concert came up when Dr. Robin Satterwhite, president of South Plains College, approached Dr. Stan DeMerritt, vice president of student affairs, about what, if anything, the college could do to help.
Human trafficking is believed to be the third largest criminal activity in the world. In January 2013, Sally Richardson’s worst nightmare would come true.
A lifetime of experiences has given Jay Hoes wisdom to educate his students.
Ever since she was 10 years old, Antonieta Wescott has been pursuing her dream of becoming an interpretative park ranger.
Tania Moody has come a long way from working in sales at the local radio station as a way to earn extra money for college, to owning the very same station.
The return of Adult Swim’s animated show “Rick and Morty” was long awaited by many fans.
With 15 titles released on nearly every platform imaginable in the past two decades, October 2017 marks not just the 20th anniversary of the first game in the “Grand Theft Auto” series, but also the beginning of an unstoppable pop culture juggernaut’s inevitable future.
“Ingrid Goes West” is an indie comedy-drama movie that narrates the story of a young girl following the death of her mother.
“Super Dark Times” takes a sharp turn from childhood innocence to complete mental and emotional chaos.
A near-death experience is something no one wants to encounter. But the intrigue of witnessing the after-life is something that could make the experience worthwhile.
Family can also be something you choose, and that’s been the experience of the Lubbock Community Theater in putting on their newest musical, “The Addams Family.”
“Death of the Outsider” follows Billie Lurk on a path of redemption and offers a fitting end to the current “Dishonored” story arc.
Just in time for Halloween, the Fine Arts Department at South Plains College is showcasing a play called “The Haunting of Hill House.”
Comics of the week for the weeks of Sept. 27 and Oct. 4.