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The Super Bowl was a flop for SCCC students

The Super Bowl was a flop for SCCC students

Bryanna Alexis, Reporter

February 4, 2019

The lowest scoring Super Bowl game took place in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Feb. 3. The New England Patriots won to the Los Angeles Rams with the score ending in 13-3. SCCC hosted a watch party for students staying in the dorms to go and watch the Super Bowl and to enjoy some deliciou...

Take the fear out of transferring

Take the fear out of transferring

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter

February 4, 2019

As the spring semester swings into full gear and graduating students prepare to transfer to four-year universities in the fall, many students are discovering that the transfer process can be rather stressful. “I’m ready to move on, but at the same time, it’s scary, you know? Like, going to ...

Scary movies that will give you goosebumps

Scary movies that will give you goosebumps

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

January 30, 2019

It's been quite a trend that every new horror movie that comes out it dubbed “the scariest movie yet” but that's not always true. Scary movies play with your comfort zone, they're known to psychologically play with your fight or flight instinct. These 25 thrillers not only play with our most bas...

Agriculture department hosts fundraiser banquet

Agriculture department hosts fundraiser banquet

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

January 24, 2019

Dress up, put your good shoes on and get ready to dine in as Seward County Community College’s agriculture department hosts a fundraising banquet. The formal event night is filled with fantastic food and funny entertainment. The evening entertainment will be comedian David Farrell. Known as a clean...

Satisfy your hunger and your wallet

Satisfy your hunger and your wallet

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

January 24, 2019

It's a given that everyone loves food. The wallet might say no but our stomachs say yes and it leaves a big decision to make. So why not save some money while we do it. Considering our geographical location and what is available to students, here are a list of apps that will give you big discounts for...

Spring musical auditions start Thursday, Friday

Spring musical auditions start Thursday, Friday

Annette Meza, Copy Editor

January 23, 2019

Seward County Community College is proud to present Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” with Book by Doug Wright, Music by Alan Menken, and Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Glenn Slater.  The Stage and Musical Directors will hold auditions on Jan. 24 and 25 in the Showcase Theater from 6:30pm to 8:30pm...

10 memes to get you through the holidays

10 memes to get you through the holidays

Annette Meza, Reporter

December 6, 2018

Christmas is just right around the corner and we all know that means seeing the ridiculously funny yet relatable memes that circle around the timeline once thanksgiving and Christmas comes around. Here are ten memes you can certainly laugh at and relate to if you're going home for the holidays. 10. ...

SCCC breaks ground for new building

SCCC breaks ground for new building

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor

December 5, 2018

A new facility is coming to Seward County Community College and it just had it’s groundbreaking ceremony. The new Colvin Center for Allied Health is expected to begin construction immediately after board approval for a $4.2 million contract with Coonrod & Associates. Suzanne Campbell, SCCC Dean of Allied Healt...

Talking with Louie the Saint

Talking with Louie the Saint

Anastasia Smalldridge, Photographer

December 4, 2018

Seward County Community College has a mascot named Louie. He is a Saint. He brings smiles to little kids faces when they see him. “He’s outgoing, photogenic and tall,” Jenny Romero, dental hygiene major from Liberal said. Kids and students alike can't help but smile when they see him on and off the courts. “...

Tapigliani starts small and dreams of going big

Tapigliani starts small and dreams of going big

Monica Gonzalez, Photographer

November 30, 2018

Coming from the huge city with a beach just two hours away, Sao Paulo-Brazil’s Giovanna Tapigliani had an eye opening experiencing in moving to Liberal. She left a city of 12.11 million people to a town barely boasting 19,800. Tapigliani described Sao Paulo “to be like New York, but n...

Have you thought about transferring?

Have you thought about transferring?

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor

November 28, 2018

When it comes to choosing a school, it's all about research. “That is the first thing I ask students who come to me. What are your top three schools? Do you know the requirements of getting into that particular school?”Janeth Vazquez, transfer coordinator at SCCC said. Vasquez held an informa...

Social Media starts new way to shop

Social Media starts new way to shop

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor

November 20, 2018

Thanksgiving is around the corner and so are the annual Black Friday sales. Every year seems to play out the same: a store announces their doorbuster deals and staying up until 4 a.m just to get that TV is the only thing on your mind. Waiting in line, hoping you're the first one or fighting someone...

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