An independent audit of the school, some student affairs updates, and a holiday partnership with the city of Levelland were some of the topics discussed during the November meeting of the South Plains College Board […]
If one’s future is written in the stars, there is at least one South Plains College student with an eye turned toward the things to come. Ethan Villa, a sophomore engineering major from Lubbock, keeps […]
A South Plains College student entered an SUV parked on campus and proceeded to intoxicate himself before driving away, running a red light, and slamming the vehicle into a tree.
The scariest moment of “The Haunting of Hill House” was a perfect metaphor for the performance of the play itself. Two women who are guests in the house sat huddled on top of a bed […]
The tables can turn in a kickoff in such an abrupt way that they might even decide the fate of an entire game. But it comes at a high price.
The pace of the news is faster than ever. Making sense of it all was at the forefront of this year’s Constitution Day discussion at South Plains College.
Campus crime statistics, a resolution, and upcoming events were among the topics of discussion during the October meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents.
With 15 titles released on nearly every platform imaginable in the past two decades, October 2017 marks not just the 20th anniversary of the first game in the “Grand Theft Auto” series, but also the beginning of an unstoppable pop culture juggernaut’s inevitable future.
“Super Dark Times” takes a sharp turn from childhood innocence to complete mental and emotional chaos.
Family can also be something you choose, and that’s been the experience of the Lubbock Community Theater in putting on their newest musical, “The Addams Family.”
A new dean and vice president, Lubbock Center construction progress, and details on the upcoming Culinary Arts program were among the topics discussed during the September meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents.
It’s a weird pairing that looks ripped straight out of a fourth-grader’s crayon drawing stuck to the fridge. But somehow “Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle” is now my favorite strategy game.
by TYLER YORK//Editor-in-Chief The bond between brothers is one worth fighting for. But as the Safdie brothers’ “Good Time” illustrates, tirelessly defending familial love can sometimes cause us to destroy ourselves in the process. “Good […]
Just off a Texas highway, a pile of luxury cars sits nose-first in the dirt, stripped to the chassis, covered in graffiti, and baking in the sun.
by TYLER YORK//Online Editor Texas may soon be cracking down on people attempting to take their pets where they don’t belong. In April 2017, the Texas House of Representatives introduced House Bill 2992, which would set […]
by TYLER YORK//Online Editor The best part about working a thankless, corporate office job is going home at the end of the day. That freedom vanishes in an instant when the employees of “The Belko Experiment” […]
by TYLER YORK//Online Editor After decades of absence, service animals are becoming more of a fixture at South Plains College. In the Disability Services Office, Linda Young, disability accommodations specialist at SPC, noted that despite her […]
by TYLER YORK//Online Editor In a world containing secret, ancient alien technology, the new “Power Rangers” movie spends a lot of time on far less interesting subjects. Growing up in the late 1990s and early 2000s, […]
by TYLER YORK//Online Editor As the tiny machinery precisely whirs itself across the platform below, it’s difficult to shake the sensation of observing the world’s smallest construction operation. In the Solid Modeling classroom on the second […]
by TYLER YORK//Online Editor On occasion, it can seem that life is split into chapters, each one starring a distinctly different version of the same person. “Moonlight” takes that idea to a wonderful, poignant extreme. The […]