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Barbie on campus, Katy Redd shows off her outfit for a school day.

A Barbie teaches on campus

Ana Brangioni, Reporter
October 14, 2021

Katy Redd is considered the best dressed on campus. Some may even say she is Seward County Community College’s own “Barbie.” The behavioral science...

Mysterious red-hooded figures line up against a series of doors.

Squid Game: Are you watching?

Mauricio Gonzalez, Reporter
October 13, 2021

Squid Game is a new series launched by Netflix that is causing a furor. Experts believe that this show will become the most-watched series that Netflix...

TRIO is a federally funded grant program that helps student in college. They offer tutoring, help navigating college and enrollment, transfer help and much more. The SCCC TRIO offices are located at A125, or across the hall from financial aid.

TRIO offers help in a lot of ways

Dani Arellano, Reporter
October 13, 2021

A lot of first-year students come to college worried about things such as where to find their classes, what clubs are available and how to find the way...

It is always good to write a thank you letter after receiving a scholarship. Writing a thank you letter will show the donor how grateful you are to receive their scholarship.

How to write a thank-you note to donors

Victoria Martins, Reporter
October 12, 2021

Have you ever gotten a scholarship – of any amount? It feels good, doesn’t it? Knowing that someone is generous enough to give out money to support...

Poetry contest open for entries

Poetry contest open for entries

October 11, 2021

Students are invited to submit original poetry for the annual SCCC Poetry Contest and to read it at a livestream event in April, which is National Poetry...

Katie and Shatarrika Ross show their smiles while taking a selfie together at their house. The twins have grown up in Liberal.

Growing up as twins

Reece Hay , Reporter
October 8, 2021

People often wonder what it is like having a twin sibling by your side: Is twin telepathy true? Does it mean you're closer than most siblings? What is...

Las culturas hispanas celebran la herencia

Las culturas hispanas celebran la herencia

Mauricio Gonzalez, Reporter
October 6, 2021

De Hispanic Heritage Month es un periodo de 30 días desde el 15 de septiembre hasta el 15 de octubre en donde se brinda honor a las herencias hispanas...

Amy Thompson reads a book called Bee Makes Tea. Sharing this story relates to her personal identity by her families generational love of tea.

Artists share personal identity through performance

Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor
September 30, 2021

Students came together to share their personal stories of identity Wednesday night for the first official Open Mic Night of the year. The event was hosted...

Jaxson Gregg, freshman from Fort Worth, Texas, and his friend Tristan Curless, freshman from Amarillo, Texas, shares a french fry.

Can someone mess up french fries?

Ana Brangioni, Reporter
September 30, 2021

To say that french fries are the ultimate comfort food is an understatement. Potatoes when fried, mashed, roasted or cooked in any other way, can make...

Gross! Or is it?

Megan Berg , Reporter
September 29, 2021

Students in Sue Sprenkle’s freshman seminar class volunteered to try some of Seward County Community College Saints’ weirdest food combinations.  The...

New coaches make home at SCCC

New coaches make home at SCCC

Mary Ramirez, Reporter
September 28, 2021

It's a year of transition for most sports at Seward County Community College, with a lot of new faces in the athletic department. Seward County welcomes...

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