Freeland is in shambles, and it is up to one electrifying superhero to save the day. “Black Lighting” is a new DC Comics television show that airs on the CW. The show […]
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The time-traveling misfits are back to fix history and save the world. But it will not be easy with a time demon wreaking havoc. “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow” is back on the […]
Throughout my life, I was never certain about what I wanted to be when I grew up. As a kid, I played a lot of video games, read books and graphic novels […]
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 Day, which […]
The great American family is back, and they are more dysfunctional than ever. “Roseanne” is an old comedic television series that aired in the late 1980s and ended with its ninth season […]
Financial equality, gun control and health care were among the topics discussed recently by Senator Bernie Sanders during a rally held for Lubbock residents. On March 10, Sanders spoke at the Lubbock […]
Many school programs allow students to improve their own learning experience. But with one program, two South Plains College students provide resources to encourage educational growth among their peers. University Innovation Fellows […]
‘Game Night’ bores with lackluster plot, humor A night of games, thrill, and bad jokes seems to be the basis for a terrible movie plot and bland characters. “Game Night” is a […]
‘Jessica Jones’ entertains fans with new season New threats, intriguing mystery and answered questions are all things a Marvel fan can expect from the second season of “Jessica Jones.” This Netflix exclusive […]
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 that will […]
Comics, videogames and memorabilia are things that a pop culture fanatic can find at gaming or book stores. But in Lubbock, these items can be found at one event. Lubbock-Con, a two-day […]
NASA trip educates, prepares STEM students Most students strive to someday work alongside professionals within their field of study. For five South Plains College students, this goal was reached during a recent […]
Annual Scholarship Gala sells out, continues fundraising tradition The South Plains College community will once again gather to support scholarship funding during a night of festivities. The 20th Annual SPC Scholarship Gala, […]
True heroes honored, depicted in ‘The 15:17 to Paris’ Nothing is more inspirational than seeing people overcome a moment of terror, especially when that moment is portrayed by the people who lived […]
Alum uses education to pursue music career, dreams Many musicians dream of touring other countries and performing with different bands. For one South Plains College alum, this dream is a reality. Aaron […]
‘The Disaster Artist’ entertains with hilarious true story about moviemaking Working on a movie set is not easy, especially when Tommy Wiseau is yelling for his line. “The Disaster Artist” is a […]
Feed Levelland Barbecue offers free food and relief for needy The front yard of St. Paul Lutheran Church was filled with people, as a long line extended from the main entrance while […]
Acebedo has encountered many of the difficulties that a typical nursing student faces while also having experienced the hardships of moving to a new country and adapting to the countless changes.
Movie companies making more money is the only reason why these unoriginal and inadequate remakes are continuing to appear.
The heart of Texas Tech University was covered in a blanket of blue as people huddled together and waited with lit candles in their hands. Memorial Circle on the campus of TTU […]