Fresh out of college, the entire world at my feet. All I have to do is walk through the door. It’s open, waiting, full of opportunity and promise. 425 more words
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by SARA MARSHALL//Editor-in-Chief
Justin Haines has been musically inclined from a young age.
The commercial music major was born in New London, Conn., but was raised in Lubbock, graduating from Monterey High School. 1,046 more words
by SHELBY MORGAN//Staff Writer
By day, Dr. Morri Hartgraves teaches Anatomy and Physiology, and by night he is a flea market troubadour.
The band, Flea Market Pickers, came to fruition when an old friend of his, who he played in a grunge band with in Los Angeles, showed up at his doorstep in Levelland after driving in a weathered, old, mobile recording studio truck that he purchased in Taos, New Mexico. 544 more words
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. 1,937 more words
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 reading. 1,001 more words
by MATT MOLINAR//Associate Editor
Less than one year after graduating from South Plains College, Nancy Gonzales was faced with the biggest challenge of her life – losing the one she loves. 640 more words
Amber Rose made an appearance on Tyrese and Rev Run’s new talk show “It’s Not You, It’s Men”. During the segment, the three discussed Amber being sexually assaulted by both male and female fans, which brought up a brief and debatable discussion about consent. 135 more words