Month: February 2018

Agreement signed ensuring seamless transfers to Texas Tech

“Destination Raiderland” South Plains College and Texas Tech University recently signed a new agreement to ensure a seamless transition for transferring students. The announcement was made on Jan. 17 in […]

Flu reaches epidemic levels, students should take precautions

This year’s flu season is more intense than any year before. According to federal health officials, it is only getting worse. The flu is widespread throughout the United States. It […]

SPC sign gets new shine after restoration

Some eagle-eyed students might have noticed last semester that the chrome SPC sign near the front entrance to the Levelland Campus off College Avenue suddenly disappeared for a few months. […]

Fake news damages credibility of media

“President Trump Mocked Prime Minister Trudeau for Celebrating Thanksgiving Six Weeks Early” is among some of the “fake news” headlines you might read on your phone. Absurd headlines and news […]

Students remember Dr. King during MLK day event

Everyone has a dream. For Dr. Martin Luther King, that dream was equality. Two South Plains College student organizations arranged a Martin Luther King Day celebration to instill the desire […]

Brazilian student grateful for opportunities in America

Many people would love to have the chance to live in tropical areas, but Victoria de Souza Bispo got to experience this. De Souza lived in Pará, Brazil with her […]

Math professor keeps positive outlook despite setbacks

Despite experiencing setbacks, Alma Lopez keeps a positive perspective on life. Lopez spent her first six years of life growing up around Happy, Texas, eventually moving to Dalhart, where she […]