Jasmine Carty hopes to help people with their personal faith and spiritual growth. Carty, a sophomore from Palmer, Texas, is a kinesiology major and Catholic Student Ministries president. Catholic Student Ministry is […]
Janet Hargrove has touched the lives of so many people in many different ways. She touched the lives of patients working in the nursing field for 30 years. She has touched the […]
Jason Hartline says that he had a set plan for his time at South Plains College. But never did he imagine that the experiences would help sculpt his career and him as […]
After a devastating injury that ended his soccer career, Fabio Acosta traded in his soccer cleats for a camera and found a new passion for film at South Plains College. Acosta, a […]
Joni Granados uses her past experiences at South Plains College to guide her successful career as a laboratory supervisor. Granados began studying Biology from 2007 to 2009 at South Plains College. She […]
Hard working, passionate, and charismatic are words that describe Dr. Corey Beene. The professor of history at South Plains College spreads her positive attitude and love for the subject throughout the classroom […]
Lubbock Moonlight Musicals puts on plays, musicals, and concerts for the community. This month, Lubbock Moonlight Musicals put on a “Serenade to Broadway,” starring David Gaschen. “A Serenade to Broadway” is a […]
Many people would love to have the chance to live in tropical areas, but Victoria de Souza Bispo got to experience this. De Souza lived in Pará, Brazil with her grandparents until […]
Despite experiencing setbacks, Alma Lopez keeps a positive perspective on life. Lopez spent her first six years of life growing up around Happy, Texas, eventually moving to Dalhart, where she started and […]
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 […]
Margaret “Buffy” Rattan is best described as a fun and dedicated parent, wife, and professor. An instructor in English at South Plains College, Rattan was born in California, but has spent most […]
Shelby Jan Nail plans to use her role as a delegate for the Texas Student Physical Therapy Association to promote physical therapy and help benefit future students studying the profession. The South […]
[Editor’s note: This story is part of an ongoing project in conjunction with the South Plains College Alumni Association. The project highlights former SPC students and their achievements.] Not only does Sussan […]
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 […]
Maddie Dorris never thought her basketball career would land her in West Texas. Having attended a 6A high school in Weatherford for four years, Dorris never thought she would be a member […]
GALLUP, N.M. – Traditions and culture run deep through the veins of the Navajo tribe. The Navajo tribe can be traced back through thousands of years, with traditions and beliefs passed down […]
Roberto Mendóza, a sophomore from Fort Worth, says his initial major was pre-law when he enrolled at SPC, but found his calling when he took his first biology class.
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.
Following the semester he graduated from South Plains College, Day began a sixth-month internship with NASA’s Orion Cockpit Working Group at the Johnson Space Center.
During the past few months, Art Club has brought students together, given students an escape from life, and an outlet to express themselves.