Month: October 2017

Lobbyists, volunteers dedicate time to address climate issues

Activists around the world are dedicating their time to stopping climate change.
One organization, however, is working to create climate solutions.

Free press, fake news topics of discussion at Constitution Day

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.

Annual campus report shows increase in crime

The recently released crime report for South Plains College shows an increase of sexual misconduct, drug and alcohol violations and aggravated assault on campus.

Board of Regents discuss crime statistics, upcoming events

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.

Maker space allows students to creatively learn in unique ways

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.

Deadline approaches for December graduation applications

Students who are planning to graduate in December need to check with their academic advisor or an advisor at the Advising Center on campus.

Benefit event raises money for Wharton County Junior College

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.