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 Students lift their tassels bringing them over to the left side of their cap signaling their official graduation. Crossing from left to right is a symbol of crossing one’s heart as Donovan explains.
The Greenhouse celebrates graduation once again
Megan Berg and Laura Gillespie

A sea of black robes stood across the Greenhouse court as Seward County Community College’s 51st annual graduation commenced....

The finished product is a vibrant, delicate wax sculpture of your hand. Set to the side to dry, SCCC presented a wide variety of wax hands this Wednesday afternoon.
Mold your stress away
Ashanti Thompson, Reporter

On the third day of Seward County Community College’s de-stress week, it hosted The Smith Agencies...

Copies of the Telolith are given at the event to students for free. The Telolith is a magazine composed of students’ submitted artwork and writings. More copies are available in the humanities building for anyone interested.
Telolith revealed at de-stress night
Megan Berg, Feature Editor

With finals approaching quickly, different methods on how to ease stress can be found all over social...

Arts major, D’Arrah Allen is a freshman from Los Angeles. During her time here at Seward County Community College, she has been a part of the women’s basketball team.
D’Arrah Allen
Laura Gillespie and Brianna Rich

What is the best advice you’ve ever been given and who said it? I think the biggest advice is to...

Arts major, Bri Linnear is a freshman from Denver, Colorado. During her time here at Seward County Community College, she has been on the women’s basketball team.
Bri Linnear
Dani Arellano, Multimedia Editor

If you could have one superpower, what would it be and why? I wish I could teleport, and I would probably...

The sophomores were recognized on the field instead of walking across the stage during their doubleheader. They received their diplomas and a picture of themselves playing during their career at Seward. [Pictured left to right are Dylan Day, Reed Thomas, Jase Schneider, Mason Martinez, Gannon Hardin, Brody Boisvert, and Zach Walker]
Sports
Two celebrations in one doubleheader
Brianna Rich and Laura Gillespie

May 7 was not only a celebration for 2022 graduates but also for former Head Baseball Coach and Athletic...

Salina Byrd had a hard time getting the Face Slimmer in her mouth. The product only came in one size and might be too big for some to use.
Workout for your face: Does it really work?
Media Writing 1 Class

Most people go to the gym to work out their muscles. They make it a priority to never miss arm or leg day, but most never even think about working...

Aside from sleep and procrastination, finding a place to study is very important as well. A place like the computer labs or an empty room would be good because there is no one around to be a distraction.
Don’t be a mess, stress less

Imagine a finals week where there is no stress and no rush. It just flows easy and your finals...

Relaxing before finals
Relaxing before finals
Brianna Rich and Laura Gillespie

This week is all about de-stressing in the Student Union, the Student Government Association is hosting all of the activities this week. This...

Amy Whitaker, a behavioral science major from Liberal, presents her slideshow on a study of creative interpretation using “The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair. The presentation was a final assignment for American Literature II. The presentation included different paintings based on jungles and different insights from Whitaker on the book.
Into the jungle

As a part of the final, students of American Literature II were required to pick a book by...

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