Month: April 2018

Regents approve Memorandum of Understanding regarding Lubbock City Hall

The Board of Regents at South Plains College approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the college, the City of Lubbock, and Lubbock Economic Development Alliance to explore the possibility of […]

Student Government Association placing recycling bins on campus

The Student Government Association at South Plains College recently has decided recycling bins needed to be placed around campus to improve recycling on campus. The idea came to Jeremiah Patterson, […]

Two alums Honored as TRIO achievers

National TRIO Day acknowledges the importance of TRIO programs and their impact on students. For two South Plains College alums, this day marks their success as TRIO achievers. National TRIO […]

Alum plans to teach abroad after accomplishing academic goals

Nothing was like Amanda Anders thought it was going to be. But with the help of professors and self-motivation, she has accomplished her goals. Anders came from a loving home, […]

Student finds path expressing himself through artwork

With marks of a pencil and strokes of a brush, Christian Garcia fills a blank canvas with his colorful view of the world. Christian Garcia, sophomore art major at South […]

Professor encourages students to be better comunicators

Hilary Nixon pushes each of her students to be better communicators in their daily lives.         Nixon, instructor of speech on the Levelland campus of South Plains College, has taught at […]

Student working toward accomplishing goal of playing in NBA

Ever since he first started playing basketball, Deshawn Corprew knew he wanted to play in the NBA. Since he was 6 years old, Corprew’s goal in life has been to […]