by HANNAH NELSON//Staff Writer An information session for the campus carry bill was held for students on Nov. 16 in the Founder’s Room of the Student Center on the Levelland campus. The […]
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief [Editor’s Note: This is a quick guide, courtesy of the editor-in-chief, on how to best survive finals week to avoid the inevitable burnout. Some advice was compiled from various […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Opinion Editor Dr. Stanley L. DeMerritt says that his heart for service is just one of his many qualifications to be South Plains College’s newest dean of students.
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief The college enrollment for the fall semester and increases in scholarship endowments were among topics discussed during the December meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents.
by BRANDI ORTIZ//News Editor A South Plains College student recently was arrested for several incidents involving vandalism on the Levelland campus. Erasmo Paul Gonzalez, 18, from Cotton Center, has been linked […]
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief [Editor’s note: This story is the eighth part of the multi-series “Violated,” examining the horrors of sexual assault that began with Issue #1 and concludes in Issue #6. Several staff […]
by BRANDI ORTIZ//News Editor Glitz, glam and gowns. Proud parents and ballroom dresses were present at South Plains College as the 59th annual Miss Caprock scholarship pageant took place on Nov. 11 […]
by MICHAELA CHAMBLEE//Staff Writer A lot of people think they have creativity when creating art, but it could just be that they have talent.
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief Carols, epic feasts and warm laughter embody the spirit of the holiday season. Students in the South Plains College Theatre program are presenting “A Christmas Pudding” by David Birney […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Opinion Editor Stray dogs and cats have always been a problem in Hockley County, but recently the issue has caused a great amount of stress for the only animal shelter […]
by HANNAH NELSON//Staff Writer Help spread Christmas cheer with the Reese Center Library staff as they hope to brighten the holidays for many children.
by HANNAH NELSON//Staff Writer Green Party candidate Mark Lawson discussed his opinion on health care and the security of jobs during a recent congressional forum held at South Plains College. The event […]
[Editor’s note: This story is the seventh part of the multi-series “Violated,” examining the horrors of sexual assault that began with Issue #1 and concludes in Issue #6. Several staff members took […]
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief Law Enforcement Club seeking food bank donations as holiday season approaches As the holiday season draws nearer, one South Plains College organization is hoping to make the lives of […]
by RILEY GOLDEN//Entertainment Editor Children and college students dressed as Power Rangers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and even Pokémon flooded the Student Center. South Plains College hosted another successful Halloween Carnival in […]
by MATT MOLINAR//Opinion Editor As President Barack Obama ends his second term, the United States has undergone the process of nominating two candidates for office in 2016. According to Cheryl Smart, the […]
by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief Government overreach, the foster care system, water rights and the federal budget were among topics discussed during a town hall meeting hosted by the Levelland Chamber of Commerce.
by SERGIO MADRID//Staff Writer The worldwide trend of clown sightings has outraged many people, including law enforcement and professional clowns alike, who are failing to see the funny side of this prank.
[Editor’s note: This story is the sixth part of the multi-series “Violated,” examining the horrors of sexual assault that began with Issue #1 and concludes in Issue #6. Several staff members took […]
by RILEY GOLDEN//Entertainment Editor The smell of fried food and distant screams are in the air. The Ferris wheel and many other rides line the horizon. The Panhandle South Plains Fair, which […]