Month: March 2018

Taylor, Johnson receive Homecoming queen, king titles

Shae Taylor and D’antae Johnson recently were crowned Homecoming King and Queen for South Plains College. “I am super excited,” said Taylor, a sophomore from Lubbock who was representing Smallwood […]

Former addicts encourage struggling students by sharing experiences

Former addicts recently shared their stories and experiences with students to help inform and empathize with those who need it. “Ask an Addict,” a program offered by the Health and […]

‘The Trust Project’ aims for credibility by promoting factual news

The public’s trust in traditional news outlets has steadily eroded. But one organization is striving to gain back that trust and deliver accurate news. The Trust Project is a pro-transparency […]

Catholic Student Ministry president hopes to help students grow stronger in faith

Jasmine Carty hopes to help people with their personal faith and spiritual growth. Carty, a sophomore from Palmer, Texas, is a kinesiology major and Catholic Student Ministries president. Catholic Student […]

Professor inspired to mold young minds through faith

Janet Hargrove has touched the lives of so many people in many different ways. She touched the lives of patients working in the nursing field for 30 years. She has […]

Alum credits SPC for impacting his future

Jason Hartline says that he had a set plan for his time at South Plains College. But never did he imagine that the experiences would help sculpt his career and […]

‘Black Panther’ surpasses standards for action movies

The Marvel cinematic universe has once again spotlighted an underrated comic book superhero. “Black Panther” is the next film that continues the Marvel universe story arc and introduces new characters […]