Former addicts recently shared their stories and experiences with students to help inform and empathize with those who need it. “Ask an Addict,” a program offered by the Health and Wellness Center […]
The public’s trust in traditional news outlets has steadily eroded. But one organization is striving to gain back that trust and deliver accurate news. The Trust Project is a pro-transparency initiative with […]
“Destination Raiderland” South Plains College and Texas Tech University recently signed a new agreement to ensure a seamless transition for transferring students. The announcement was made on Jan. 17 in the mall […]
This year’s flu season is more intense than any year before. According to federal health officials, it is only getting worse. The flu is widespread throughout the United States. It is on […]
Some eagle-eyed students might have noticed last semester that the chrome SPC sign near the front entrance to the Levelland Campus off College Avenue suddenly disappeared for a few months. Fret not, […]
“President Trump Mocked Prime Minister Trudeau for Celebrating Thanksgiving Six Weeks Early” is among some of the “fake news” headlines you might read on your phone. Absurd headlines and news stories have […]
Everyone has a dream. For Dr. Martin Luther King, that dream was equality. Two South Plains College student organizations arranged a Martin Luther King Day celebration to instill the desire for greatness […]
Government major awarded academic scholarship during annual pageant
Feed Levelland Barbecue offers free food and relief for needy The front yard of St. Paul Lutheran Church was filled with people, as a long line extended from the main entrance while […]
Battle for lean energy increases in local counties
An independent audit of the school, some student affairs updates, and a holiday partnership with the city of Levelland were some of the topics discussed during the November meeting of the South […]
El Paso native Robert “Beto” O’Rourke is travelling the state of Texas to make history by running for a senate seat as Democrat to replace Ted Cruz. A United States Representative for […]
Story by: TINA GONZALEZ Christopher Straface is looking forward to a change in his new role of Director of Health and Wellness. Straface has been a counselor for six years. Graduating from […]
After dominating the beginning of the season, the South Plains College women’s basketball team is entering competitive conference play. With a team consisting of mainly freshmen, the No. 16 Lady Texans powerhouse […]
Jonathan Seaborn, a photojournalism major during his time at SPC, says anyone can help reduce the changing of the climate by making small personal changes.
Baeza, a 22-year-old Levelland native, recently graduated from SPC’s summer Police Academy in July and returned to campus last month as the newest member of the South Plains College Campus Police Department.
Eighteen contestants will compete for the title, along with a $750 scholarship for the winner and a $500 scholarship for the runner-up.
The Livestock Judging Team has placed in the top three in each of their competitions this year.
To show students what it is like to be in an active shooter situation, Chief Castillo put students in different scenarios.
A South Plains College student entered an SUV parked on campus and proceeded to intoxicate himself before driving away, running a red light, and slamming the vehicle into a tree.