by: BRANDI ORTIZ/Staff Writer For some people, going to work is a dreadful event. But Ryan Fitzgerald, the new director of research and reports at South Plains College, says he has fallen […]
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by: MALLORY CARVER/ News Editor Zoos and circuses provide a popular form of entertainment for families. To society, nothing is more precious than watching an unhappy animal—which has been excessively mistreated—being held […]
by: RACHEL MEANS/Staff Writer Book banning has been going on for years. Schools have been forbidding the teaching of books for almost as long as they have been requiring reading. From Vladimir […]
by: CHESANIE BRANTLEY/Editor-in-Chief For a hundred years, women have been fighting for true equality. The Pentagon opened up another door for women all around our country in 2013 when the schedule for […]
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Scientist play God through genetic selection by: TAYLOR ZARBANO/Staff Writer In today’s society, we are seeing more changes to our genetics. Genetic Selection has become one of the major changes that Americans […]
by: SKYLER McCLESKEY/Staff Writer South Plains College has two new veterans who are heading up the Veterans Affairs Office at the Levelland and Reese Center campuses. Kristi Simpson is the new […]
by: Dariella Hernandez/Editorial Assistant Two offices at the Levelland campus of South Plains College have new names to better reflect their responsibilities. The College Relations Office has recently been renamed “The Office […]
by: MALLORY CARVER/Editorial Assistant The family of Dr. Te-Lung “Jesse” Yeh has been working to establish a Memorial Scholarship Endowment to assist a South Plains College student who is majoring in chemistry […]
by: JONATHAN BROOKSHIRE/Feature Editor There are many times when college, depression, disabilities, or just life in general, can bog down the wonderful experience that the gift of living grants. Sometimes there are […]
by: CHESANIE BRANTLEY/Editor-in-Chief Fall enrollment, dual credit courses and a construction update were among the main topics discussed during the September meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents. Fall enrollment […]
by: CHESANIE BRANTLEY/Editor-in-Chief (Editor’s note: This is the first part of a multi-part series “Stolen Innocence” about children who have been victimized by abuse that begins in Issue #1 and will continue […]
by: NICOLE TRUGILLO/Editor-in-Chief Students attend college and never imagine coming back and being part of the administration. But one former South Plains College student recently got the opportunity to return to the Levelland […]
by: NICOLE TRUGILLO/Editor-in-Chief South Plains College recently announced plans for a new educational center to expand their course offerings in Lubbock. The college’s Board of Regents approved the purchase of a 70,000 […]
The Plainsman Press is a junior collegiate newspaper run by the students and advised by Charlie Ehrenfeld. The staff consists of Devin Reyna, Sergio Madrid, Tovi Oyervidez, Steven Gehegan, Michaela Chamblee, Haiden […]