Student Journalism @ SCCC/ATS

Living with an open heart and mind

Doing more of what makes her happy and living with an open heart and mind is what Madison Nikole Martinez is all about. That’s a good way to live, and as much as people don’t like to talk about it, “people don’t know if their last day is today,” Martinez said. She finds it good to take time out of her day and enjoy the little things, to not stress

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DACA program temporarily blocked

A federal judge this week temporarily blocked the president’s programs in regards to the DACA program, an American immigration policy which allows certain undocumented immigrants who entered the country before their 16th birthday and before June 2007 to receive a renewable, two-year work permit and exemption from deportation. Even before the program was presented by Obama, there has been fear, questions arising such as, “What’s going to happen when Obama

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Distracted Driving seminar hopes for change

The Distracted Driving seminar was hosted by the Business and Industry division to help, not only law enforcement but Seward Community College Area and Technical School students and community members as well, understand how easy it is to get distracted while driving. According to a 2011 report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration drivers in their 20s and younger made up the majority of fatal distracted driving accidets in

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Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees of Seward County Community College met on March 2. The meeting included a presentation from Sustainable Agriculture Resources Program Specialist David Coltrain, a performance review of the Title V Grant, as well as adjustments to student housing rates and tuition and fees.

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Black history: more than just a month

Black history month to many students is just a time when the curriculum slightly changes in their classes to focus on a prominent figure who is black. Students can name Martin Luther King Jr., Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, Fredrick Douglass, Jackie Robinson and other powerful black figures who cover the civil rights sections of our history. Least to say that they are very important people, but few students can name

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Saints Baseball Splits Doubleheader with Conquistadors

Seward County baseball traveled to Cavalier Field for a doubleheader against the Dodge City Conquistadors on Feb. 25 and left with a split result of 1-1.

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Lady Saints Bounce Back from Three-Game Losing Streak

The Seward County Lady Saints softball righted the ship toward a winning record on Feb. 25 as they beat Northern Oklahoma College-Enid 11-10 and Independence Community College 13-2 in a double-header.

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Lady Saints Swept by No. 1 Blue Dragons

The Lady Saints traveled to Hutchinson in seek of vengeance on the undefeated Hutchinson Community College Blue Dragons after a 61-62 loss earlier in the season. Their vengeance turned into embarrassment with a 51-73 loss on Feb. 25.

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Carter accepts position of dean of academic Affairs

Todd Carter, the director of research and assessment at Seward County Community College / Area Technical School, has accepted the position of dean of academic affairs.

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Nondorf crowned Miss Liberal 2015

The Miss Liberal Scholarship Pageant was filled with talent Sunday afternoon, but the crown could only go to one young lady, and it was Allyson Nondorf, who captured the judges and audience the most.

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