by REBEKAH HARVEY Michael Hill, a West Texas native, was recently hired as the associate dean of students at South Plains College. Hill, who has a background in student and residence life, graduated from Wylie High […]
Elizabeth Sacks came up with a story idea 10 years ago and recently got it published. Sacks, who is majoring in Graphic Arts at South Plains College, published her first novel on Feb. 14. Sacks, […]
Valentine’s Day not just all about romance by Kaitlyn Hyde Valentine’s Day – people either love it or hate it. I can’t think of another holiday when people have such mixed and extreme feelings about it. […]
Many school programs allow students to improve their own learning experience. But with one program, two South Plains College students provide resources to encourage educational growth among their peers. University Innovation Fellows allows students to […]
A “happening” is a performance, event or situation meant to be considered art – usually performance art. Happenings can be staged anywhere such as at, galleries, theater settings or even on a street. The Fine […]
Many college students feel extremely lonely when they move away from home. Jada Shae Taylor is a student who wishes to change this with her kindness. She puts together a dinner every Sunday for any […]
After a devastating injury that ended his soccer career, Fabio Acosta traded in his soccer cleats for a camera and found a new passion for film at South Plains College. Acosta, a freshman film major, […]
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 in students, faculty, […]
During the past few months, Art Club has brought students together, given students an escape from life, and an outlet to express themselves.
I am thankful I grew up in a small town because I learned a lot of life lessons from the negative and positive experiences.
With the fall semester beginning comes new college freshmen, all of them new to school and trying to figure out everything that comes with being in college.
The Student Life Center has a new director who plans to bridge the gap between community and community college.
by VANESSA DELGADO//Staff Writer In this day and age, medications are being over used and abused. Being a college student is stressful, and apparently many students are taking that same complaint to the doctor. Many of […]
by ALEX PEREZ//Feature Editor Welcome to the real world, where you have to juggle school, work and a social life as a college student, all while trying to not drown in debt because of tuition and […]
by SHELBY MORGAN//Staff Writer The general education requirements that college students have to complete are ridiculous. Most of the courses that are required have already been taken in high school and are just a repetition of […]
by CHANISE RAY//Staff Writer Untreated mental illness could be seen as an epidemic in the United States. As a college student I can personally say college is very stressful. Students, who conjointly have a load of […]
by VANESSA DELGADO//Staff Writer Many high school students are consumed with stress, too much stress. There is so much expected of them, and not enough time in the day to accomplish everything. High school has […]
by VANESSA DELGADO//Staff Writer In today’s school system, the basics are taught to us pretty well. We learn math, English, science, and history. These four classes make up our core curriculum. Many would say we […]