Month: November 2017

‘Between Earth and Sky’ film depicts environmental damage to Last Frontier

Jonathan Seaborn, a photojournalism major during his time at SPC, says anyone can help reduce the changing of the climate by making small personal changes.

Recent graduate returns to college as campus officer

Baeza, a 22-year-old Levelland native, recently graduated from SPC’s summer Police Academy in July and returned to campus last month as the newest member of the South Plains College Campus Police Department.

Eighteen students competing in Miss Caprock Pageant

Eighteen contestants will compete for the title, along with a $750 scholarship for the winner and a $500 scholarship for the runner-up.

Journalism students earn 16 awards in TCCJA competition

Members of the Plainsman Press staff have won 108 awards in the TCCJA competition since 2005.

Livestock Judging Team earns Reserve Champion at American Royal Show

The Livestock Judging Team has placed in the top three in each of their competitions this year.

Students learn active shooter survival techniques

To show students what it is like to be in an active shooter situation, Chief Castillo put students in different scenarios.

Arrive Alive teaches students that distractions can kill

A South Plains College student entered an SUV parked on campus and proceeded to intoxicate himself before driving away, running a red light, and slamming the vehicle into a tree.