Category: News

Regents approve Memorandum of Understanding regarding Lubbock City Hall

The Board of Regents at South Plains College approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the college, the City of Lubbock, and Lubbock Economic Development Alliance to explore the possibility of […]

Student Government Association placing recycling bins on campus

The Student Government Association at South Plains College recently has decided recycling bins needed to be placed around campus to improve recycling on campus. The idea came to Jeremiah Patterson, […]

Two alums Honored as TRIO achievers

National TRIO Day acknowledges the importance of TRIO programs and their impact on students. For two South Plains College alums, this day marks their success as TRIO achievers. National TRIO […]

Texans take home NJCAA

It came down to the last event on the last day. But that was just fine with the South Plains College men’s Track and field team. With Barton County (Kan.) […]

Texans defeat Southern Idaho for national title

Unranked going into the National Junior College Athletic Association Region V tournament, the South Plains College men’s basketball team needed to perform at their best to advance to the national […]

Sanders emphasizes progressive agenda during Lubbock rally

Financial equality, gun control and health care were among the topics discussed recently by Senator Bernie Sanders during a rally held for Lubbock residents. On March 10, Sanders spoke at […]

Journalism students receive awards from Texas Intercollegiate Press Association

The Plainsman Press staff recently was recognized with 14 awards from the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. The awards were announced during the annual TIPA spring competition and convention, which was […]