by STACY JOHNSON//Editorial Assistant A tumbleweed blows across the sun-drenched hills past the legendary Four Sixes Ranch barn. Scenes reminiscent of the Old West transport visitors back in time. Located in Lubbock, […]
[Editor’s note: This story is the first part of the three-part series “Doggone It!” examining the differences between therapy dogs, service dogs and emotional-support animals that begins with Issue #9 and concludes […]
by STACY JOHNSON//Editorial Assistant For a few hours each month, Lubbock’s downtown area is transformed into a bustling, picturesque landscape of socialization and cultural activity. For the past 12 years, First Friday […]
by SARA MASHALL //Editor-in-Chief A chilly breeze cools the air down to almost unbearable temperatures, after weeks of warm days.
Research center conducts studies to improve communication by MATT MOLINAR //Opinion Editor As technology develops, the way we communicate evolves. Facilities such as the Center for Communication Research at Texas Tech University are […]
by ALEX PEREZ//Feature Editor AUSTIN – Imagine being surrounded by a crowd with thousands of people who have the same love for music, all jumping and singing in unison, everyone living in […]
Slideshow and article about the Cosmetology program at SPC!
Photos by TOVI OYERVIDEZ and SARA MARSHALL/PLAINSMAN PRESS by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief Food on four wheels is the greatest thing since mac’n’cheese. Food trucks are usually associated with metropolitan areas such as Dallas […]
“Butterfly Alive” exhibit teaches with interactive experience by JENNY GARZA/Entertainment Editor Everything is green, bright colors are flying around the room and children are pointing to the sky screaming and laughing. This […]