Regents discuss drop in dual credit students

by: CHESANIE BRANTLEY/Editor-in-Chief  Fall enrollment, dual credit courses and a construction update were among the main topics discussed during the September meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents. […]

Chilling insight on child abuse sheds light on issue

by: CHESANIE BRANTLEY/Editor-in-Chief (Editor’s note: This is the first part of a multi-part series “Stolen Innocence” about children who have been victimized by abuse that begins in Issue #1 and […]

Distinguished alum returns to college as vice president

by: NICOLE TRUGILLO/Editor-in-Chief Students attend college and never imagine coming back and being part of the administration. But one former South Plains College student recently got the opportunity to return to […]

Lubbock Center will provide more opportunities for students

by: NICOLE TRUGILLO/Editor-in-Chief South Plains College recently announced plans for a new educational center to expand their course offerings in Lubbock. The college’s Board of Regents approved the purchase of […]

Who we are…

The Plainsman Press is a junior collegiate newspaper run by the students and advised by Charlie Ehrenfeld. The staff consists of Devin Reyna, Sergio Madrid, Tovi Oyervidez, Steven Gehegan, Michaela […]