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SCCC sees two sides to privilege

SCCC sees two sides to privilege

Annette Meza, Copy Editor

March 28, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

Seward County Community College isn’t a place where you see too much of one race or ethnicity - it’s a diverse campus, much like the surrounding community. Liberal is a predominantly Hispanic populated town, with a little bit of Asian, African and African-American people mixed in with some caucasian ...

Students: White privilege is VERY real

Students: White privilege is VERY real

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter

March 27, 2019


Filed under Features, SC Life, Showcase

For many, it’s no secret that some forms of racial discrimination are more obvious than others. Whether it comes in the form of a slur, a hate crime, or a prejudiced political policy, the vast majority of people immediately recognize and rebuke the most evident manifestations of racism within our soc...

Separated at the Border

Separated at the Border

Calen Moore, Reporter

March 26, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

The impoverished neighborhood in Guatemala didn’t offer a lot for Lee's* family. It was common for people to struggle financially. Many could only sell things on the streets like fruits and blankets but it wasn’t enough to climb the socioeconomic ladder. Her parents wanted more, so they left a 2-ye...

Take two: Reverie Roasters is not that bad

Take two: Reverie Roasters is not that bad

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

March 21, 2019


Filed under Opinion, SC Life, Showcase

The first time I tried Reverie Roasters I wasn't impressed if I’m being completely honest. But after Andrew Gough, founder of Reverie Roasters, and general manager, Jason Hendry, came to Louie’s place and invited me out to talk coffee and taste the properly brewed flavors, the coffee was so much...

Review: SCCC brings A Night in Paris to campus

Review: SCCC brings A Night in Paris to campus

Annette Meza, Copy Editor

March 19, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Showcase

The beautiful melodies and chords of the piano and violin blended together wonderfully in the band room of the Shank Humanities building. If I had not been in the room, I would have thought it was a recording of a sonata playing on Youtube or some music player—but it wasn’t. On March 18, t...

Louie’s Place introduces a new cuisine

Louie’s Place introduces a new cuisine

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

March 7, 2019


Filed under SC Life, Showcase, Uncategorized

Louie’s place, located at the Vo-Tech, is the go-to for pretty much any snack that you are craving. From chips to candy bars, there is something out there for everyone to enjoy. But this time Louie’s has stepped up their game and have brought in a new cuisine to Seward County Community College. ...

HALO learns to be leaders in Chicago

HALO learns to be leaders in Chicago

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

February 26, 2019


Filed under News, SC Life, Showcase

HALO (Hispanic American leadership organization) is a club at Seward County Community college that helps students develop leadership skills and embrace their Hispanic roots and culture. On Feb. 14 -17 two students, Miguel Perez, freshman engineer major, and Bryan Erives, a sophomore aviation major,...

5 Netflix originals that you need to watch right now

5 Netflix originals that you need to watch right now

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter

February 18, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, SC Life, Showcase

With thousands of movies and shows to choose from, Netflix has something for just about everyone. With all of these options, though, it can be hard to find something worth watching, and, as students, we don’t have a whole lot of time to waste. So, how can you know what’s good and what isn’t at first ...

Peculiar classes offered at SCCC

Peculiar classes offered at SCCC

Calen Moore, Reporter

February 15, 2019


Filed under Features, SC Life, Showcase

Seward County Community College not only offers classes that are traditional but also offers classes out of the ordinary. One might consider this, classes are potentially and subjectively long, stressful and overwhelming. SCCC offers a range of classes that are fun and can be taken as a break from th...

Single students celebrate Valentine’s Day

Single students celebrate Valentine’s Day

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion, SC Life, Showcase

Valentine’s Day: some love it, some dread it, and others just don’t quite know how to feel about it. Although most of us know what Valentine’s Day is all about by now, many may still have doubts about how to best celebrate it, and single people, in particular, may find themselves feeling confuse...

Photo Essay: Hernandez shares passion for ceramics

Photo Essay: Hernandez shares passion for ceramics

Daniela Carmona, photographer

February 13, 2019


Filed under Multimedia, Photo, SC Life, Showcase

If Carlos Hernandez isn’t walking around campus as a security guard, he’s normally in the art lab. The security guard and SCCC student spends most of his time perfecting his ceramic techniques. Hernandez, a Liberal native, has a passion for pottery. He said he loves to see what he can make ou...

Flaming art

Flaming art

Annette Meza, Copy Editor

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features, Photo, SC Life, Showcase

An intense heat emanates from the glowing furnace inside the glass blowing shed behind the annex building of Liberal High School. It bounces off of ones face and skin, which immediately masks the freezing cold air outside. Seward County Community Colleges’ glass blowing class is the only place that you ...

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