Rodeo kicks off tomorrow in Perryton

Mercedes Ott, Plainsmen Post Editor In Chief

October 11, 2017

Filed under News, Sports, Student Life

FPC will host a rodeo Oct. 12-14 at the Ochiltree Rodeo Arena in Perryton. The rodeo team will compete in the team roping for both men and women. Team members will also compete in calf roping, steer wrestling, bareback, saddl...

Campus resources help students for the semester

Angelica Kitchen, Plainsmen Post Staff

October 10, 2017

Filed under News, Student Life

The staff at the ARC, the Library, and Student Central offer assistance for students who need help. Jason Price, associate dean of academic support services, oversees the Library. The Library offers books, magazines, newspapers,...

Student diversity adds to college culture

Bao Bui, Plainsmen Post Staff

October 10, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Students from 20 states and eight different countries attend college in Borger. For the Fall 2017 semester, 1,481 students enrolled in total. Twelve students come from different continents all over the world, including Europe,...

Students find way to balance home, school

Erica Wheeler, Plainsmen Post Assistant Editor

September 28, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Balancing schoolwork is difficult, let alone managing a family. Many students at Frank Phillips College not only manage to get their homework done but also manage families. “Balancing school and family is a bit tricky,...

Insight to FPC dorm policies

Bao Bui, Plainsmen Post Staff

September 28, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Living in the dorm is a good option to enhance FPC students’ experience with their college life. They do not have to worry about electricity, water, or internet bills every month because they are all covered by dorm fees at...

Employment opportunities available on campus

Bao Bui, Plainsmen Post Staff

September 28, 2017

Filed under News, Student Life

With many students having trouble finding jobs at restaurants or grocery stores, on-campus employment presents a good option. Students usually work part-time and get paid biweekly with the minimum wage at $7.25 per hour. Deborah...

SGA gives chance for campus involvement

Marc Elliston, Plainsmen Post Staff

September 15, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Freedom of speech is one of the most important freedoms that Americans have. The Student Government Association at FPC was established to give college students a voice. "SGA is a place for students to get together and do...

Opinion: Healthy cooking possible in dorms

Bao Bui, Plainsmen Post Staff

September 15, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

With busy class schedules and limited kitchen appliances in the dorm, on-campus students cannot always make it to the dining hall and thus usually opt for canned or fast food. However, cooking healthy food in the dorm is not as diffi...

New year’s resolutions

Mercedes Ott, Plainsmen Post Editor In Chief

May 11, 2017

Filed under News, Student Life

The Plainsmen Post staff is already making plans for the fall of 2017. Next year the focus will be on reporting more about happenings on or around campus, like games and gatherings, as well as events happening around Borger....

Royalty and a sport

Erica Wheeler, Plainsmen Post Staff

April 20, 2017

Filed under Student Life

Walking tacos and kings and queens! The Sports King and Queen coronation took place on April 10. Isaiah Palmer was crowned and the queen was Gabriella Dos Santos. Santos, who is an international student from Rio de Janeiro, ...

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