Four men are on a mission to impact lives, make a difference in their community, and build relationships.
Living two lives, Marc Watson doubles as a beloved comic book creator and professor.
Whether she is taking on the roles of coach and tour guide, or entrepreneur and metaphorical gardener, Wanda Clark has worked to help students, professionals, and the community blossom.
by SERGIO MADRID//Editorial Assistant The Rock Whisperers explored some of the Southwest’s most beautiful and interesting sights, applying classroom knowledge during a much-needed weekend getaway. The geology club is one of the more […]
by DESIREE MENDEZ//Staff Writer Once upon a time, in a small West Texas town, there was a man who wanted to open a movie theater in Levelland. The Wallace Theater was created in […]
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief Davis Browne has a passion for law enforcement, with hopes of seeking a career in the United States Border Patrol. “For law enforcement now, it’s kind of criticized and looked […]
by RYAN SHANKS//Staff Writer When Alicia Barr was sitting in Dr. Daniel Gilbert’s class at the University of Texas at Austin, she realized her passion for psychology. “My most influential experience in college […]
by SHELBY MORGAN//Staff Writer Following her heart and her interest in the human anatomy led D’lena Ipson to her career as a radiology tech. An Andrews native, Ipson is a 2014 graduate of […]
by DESIREE MENDEZ//Staff Writer [EDITOR’S NOTE: This story contains some “nontraditional” answers.] A long time ago, in the mystical blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, a mermaid was born of the moon and […]
by DESIREE MENDEZ//Staff Writer St. Paul Lutheran Church, St. Luke Episcopal Church, St. Michael Catholic Church and others ministries from the Levelland Ministerial Alliance, hosted a Stations of the Cross service downtown on […]
by DESIREE MENDEZ//Staff Writer [EDITOR’S NOTE: This contains true stories about the affects of suicide and sexual assault. The article maybe a trigger for some who have experienced or are experiencing similar situations. […]
by DESIREE MENDEZ//Staff Writer Instructor by day, rock star at night, Juan Partida is a man of many talents. Partida, who some may know as Johnny Rockstar, is an instructor of Cosmetology at […]
by HANNAH NELSON//Staff Writer Passionate members of the South Plains College community are uniting to make new music and spark creativity. A few students and staff members have created a song writing group within […]
by BRANDI ORTIZ//News Editor Costumes, music, and a shiny disco ball. Season Five of “Dancing with the Texans” was held in the Sundown Room at the Student Center on April 13 at South […]
by BRANDI ORTIZ//News Editor While states are focusing on how to control the legalization of marijuana, they might not be paying close enough attention to the lab-created drugs that are even harder to […]
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief Dan Harris, Jr. has law enforcement in his blood. His father had duel careers serving in law enforcement and education. He was a Denver City police officer and reserve commander […]
by HANNAH NELSON//Staff Writer With a degree in chemistry and having already attended up to nine different colleges in his lifetime, Jim Mabarak is not a typical South Plains College student. Originally from […]
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 […]
by ALEX PEREZ//Feature Editor [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.] From […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Associate Editor With a great amount of motivation and discipline, one student at South Plains College has garnered success by working hard and staying determined. Nancy Muñoz, a sophomore engineering major […]