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 for greatness in students, faculty, […]
Everyone is ready to take over The First Order, and they will do anything to accomplish that mission. “The Last Jedi” ventures into a strong, captivating film by building on the history of the original […]
Get the gift of laughter with the new movie, “A Bad Moms Christmas.” Even the best mom has a bad side to her. But naughty moms can enjoy Christmas, just as much as the nice […]
Covering flaws, being creative, expressing style, or showing the world your idea of what makeup is for, is up to you.
Students and faculty from the nursing program at South Plains College got the community excited for Halloween by hosting a Trunk or Treat. They decorated their cars and handed out candy to about 50 people […]
Ashleigh Brewer is living out her passion as an adventurous English professor. Brewer was born and raised in Amarillo, Texas and attended Amarillo High School. She later moved to Lubbock, where she resided for about […]
All families who adopt children are loving and sacrificial. Any responsible adult who is willing to accept someone into their home deserves to have a completed family. In 2017, legislation was passed in Texas that […]
The idea for the Texans Helping Texans benefit concert came up when Dr. Robin Satterwhite, president of South Plains College, approached Dr. Stan DeMerritt, vice president of student affairs, about what, if anything, the college could do to help.
A lifetime of experiences has given Jay Hoes wisdom to educate his students.