by DESIREE MENDEZ//Staff Writer It is a quiet night, until you hear screams coming from inside the houses. If you listen carefully, you can hear doors slamming. You may even encounter Twisty […]
by RILEY GOLDEN//Entertainment Editor LeVar Burton has been all over the galaxy as Commander Geordi La Forge, experienced the history of slavery as Kunta Kinte, and taught children the importance of […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Associate 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.] […]
by DOMINICK PUENTE//Editorial Assistant Jazmin Salazar has big plans for her future as she prepares to graduate from South Plains College in May. After she was born, Salazar’s mother decided to take […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Associate Editor After her daughter was diagnosed with diabetes at 9 years old, Tara Strawn immediately took into consideration the challenges her child would face in her developing years. According […]
by DESIREE MENDEZ//Staff Writer The brilliant artist, Salvador Dali, once said, “ A true artist is not one who is inspired, but one who inspires others.” There are many artists around the […]
by SERGIO MADRID//Editorial Assistant Not many people are willing to give up their time, money, and hard work for something that doesn’t belong to them, especially for a dog. Besides your mom, […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Associate Editor Life has brought one South Plains College alum many difficult challenges. But that hasn’t stopped him from bringing out the best in everything he does. James Golden, who […]
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief WOLFFORTH – The crisp fall air is already filled with sounds of carols and smells of wood fires as the holiday season draws near. Christmas time is undoubtedly for […]
by BRITTNY STEGALL//Staff Writer With a passion for people of all ages, one professor makes sure that everyone stays active, no matter their age. Mike Harrison, director of the Natatorium and instructor in Physical […]
by IRENE RIOS//Staff Writer From the Philippines to Texas, Arra Delos Santos carries big dreams with her no matter where she goes. Delos Santos lives in Lubbock, but she is originally from […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Opinion 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.] […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Opinion Editor Steven Sanders brings a creative perspective to South Plains College as he begins a new chapter of his life in the English Department.
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief [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.] Finding […]
by KACI LIVINGSTON//Staff Writer When starting out life uninterested in sports, there are many different routes to take. Greg Ott’s path was comedy.
by IRENE RIOS//Staff Writer Art student hopes to encourage young students as art teacher Sketchbooks, charcoal, paint and pastels are a few of things you can find in this unique art student’s […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Opinion Editor A new student organization at South Plains College is allowing students to express their creative and entrepreneurial ideas.
by RILEY GOLDEN//Entertainment Editor Cartoonist Art Spiegelman recently delivered an informative and laughter-filled lecture at the Allen Theatre on the campus of Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
by ALEX PEREZ//Feature Editor Sticking to being himself and keeping true to the music that represents his life is what Jared Deck is all about.
by BRITTNY STEGALL//Staff Writer A professor’s love for English is shown through her teaching with free writing, open discussions, and new techniques.