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.
Careers can take people to unexpected locations, which is how Matt Williams landed in West Texas. Originally from Peru, New York, Williams had the opportunity to come to South Plains College to […]
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 […]
For those interested in finding entertainment that is inexpensive and educational, there are museums worth seeing in Lubbock. The museums have many different options to choose from, depending on what content one […]
One South Plains College student has hopes to one day climb the corporate ladder at United Supermarkets. A freshman accounting student from Whiteface, Dominique Gonzales was first inspired to pursue a career […]
[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.] To teach patients about […]
Attending college may have its challenges when being from a different country. But those challenges haven’t stopped Felix Kosgei from succeeding at South Plains College. The Kenya native grew up in the […]
Human trafficking is believed to be the third largest criminal activity in the world. In January 2013, Sally Richardson’s worst nightmare would come true.
A lifetime of experiences has given Jay Hoes wisdom to educate his students.
Ever since she was 10 years old, Antonieta Wescott has been pursuing her dream of becoming an interpretative park ranger.
Tania Moody has come a long way from working in sales at the local radio station as a way to earn extra money for college, to owning the very same station.
Posters, banners, pennants, bumper stickers, and sports memorabilia are all items one may find at a sporting goods store or a gift shop.
Flooded streets and cars underwater were among the sights a South Plains College student saw after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston.
When American forces liberated concentration camps, they saw the worst that humanity could do to each other. Many of the Texas Liberators haven’t talked about their experiences until now.
It is rare to get to see a college grow from the beginning. But for Sarah Thompson, instructor in cosmetology, her and her family has been part of South Plains College from the start.
Abby Rodgers has overcome physical challenges she has been living with all her life by keeping positive and working towards her goals every day.
It’s not every day you get to live out your dream. But South Plains College alumnus Anne Butt is doing just that.