Student Journalism @ SCCC/ATS

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. The announcement was made by president Dr. Duane Dunn on Feb. 10. “Todd will be a great addition to our administrative team,” Dunn said. Carter will fill the position of dean of academic affairs due to the retirement of the current dean Cynthia Rapp,

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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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Homecoming Week Gallery

Lack of vaccination furthers outbreak

Lady Saints softball in undefeated spree

The Lady Saints have been bringing their game to the bases since the being of their season. The ladies in green have been undefeated for their last five games.

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2015 Homecoming: Glaze and Silva take the crowns

The 2015 homecoming king and queen titles were presented to Crusader representative Grant Glaze and International Student Organization representative Thayna Silva.

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Howard off to good start on the mound

Left-handed pitcher Hayden Howard had an impressive first week back on the mound for the Saints. Howard was named the Week One KJCCC Co-Pitcher of the Week after throwing for 10 innings without allowing one earned run. Howard is from Carrollton, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. He is the oldest of his siblings with a half brother who is 5 years old and a stepsister who is 13 years old.

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HALO Latinas in Chicago

“If it is to be, it is up to me” Jimmy Cabrera said, president of Success Through Excellence, and is one of the many inspirational quotes that the hundreds of students at the 33rd USHLI (United States Hispanic Leadership Institute) conference took home with them.

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Hatchard plays with determined attitude

Rebekah Hatchard went from living in South Australia and 30 minutes away from the beach, to playing college basketball in small town Liberal, Kansas.

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Cast prepares for outer space play

The production “Return to the Forbidden Planet” will be in the Showcase Theatre April 23-25, blasting off with several actors who include students and community members.

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Rotation opens for Packard

Mitchell Packard was not a constant in the Saints rotation to start the season. In the first 11 games for Seward County, Packard only saw 10 minutes of action in two games. But just as Seward County changed semester terms, so too did Packard see change in his minutes. Packard has played in every game dating back to December 5, and every game he has made an impact.

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College playoff proves successful

The first college football playoff was a major success. So much so, that many are already looking forward to what lies ahead. Sure, it may be too early in this system to make our conclusion about the playoffs, however, if ratings are any indication, then the playoff system may just be here to stay.

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