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Photo illustration of SCCC students frustrated with their homework.

SOOOOO done with it!

Michelle Mattich , Reporter
September 7, 2017

At the beginning of every school year, colleges around the country welcome  incoming freshmen who have chosen to get a higher education and every year,...

Athletes come from all over the world to play for SCCC.

How do international athletes find SCCC?

Angel Meza, Photographer
September 6, 2017

Seward County Community College prides itself on the diversity of its student body. Many of the students are from places other than Kansas, including different...

Freshman Erik Talton studies for his upcoming assignments. Talton carved out time for homework and found peace and quiet in the library.

SCCC students adjust to new schedules

Angelica Alfaro, Reporter
September 5, 2017

College schedules aren’t always easy and can sometimes get hectic.  At Seward County Community College, students have their set classes to go to everyday....

Living with multiple people can be challenging.

How to be a Better Roommate

Brynn Grieshaber, Co-Editor
July 7, 2017

I didn’t ever think I would end up in a position where I would have to have roommates. But when you end up with a three-bedroom apartment in Liberal,...

Living on campus – its smart

Living on campus – it’s smart

Aubrey Holt, Co-Editor
July 7, 2017

The life of a college student is never complete without a set of firsts: first time being responsible for your own budget, first time paying for classes,...

Students share fashion from other countries

Students share fashion from other countries

Lisa Suzuki, Reporter
May 10, 2017

Fashion is trending in today’s generation. We have a lot of different fashion styles where we can see the differences in each country. “We usually...

Field biology students take a trip to Turner falls Oklahoma. Students are required to go on two camping trips  to pass the Field Biology course. (File Photo)

Photo Essay: Field Biology students experience great outdoors

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
May 3, 2017

Field biology is a five credit hour camping course at Seward County Community College.Students must go on two trips in order to pass the course. The trips...

Review: SCCC cafeteria brings new changes

Review: SCCC cafeteria brings new changes

Lisa Suzuki, Reporter
May 2, 2017

The cafeteria menu made some changes after spring break, especially the menus for lunch and dinner. On the Campus Portal Home LookingGlass the breakfast,...

Developmental Instructor Frances Brown takes a look at one of the students soaps. O & G soapz priced their product at $3.00 each.

Photo Essay: Chemistry Soap Project

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
April 27, 2017

Chemistry 2 students had a soap project to sell the soaps they created in lab. The point of their project is to watch from the beginning and end. Chemistry...

Most of the languages spoken at SCCC are represented in this graphic for the word student.

SCCC is melting pot of languages

Lisa Suzuki, Reporter
April 25, 2017

English isn’t the only language spoken in the hallways of Seward County Community College. An informal survey of students found there are around 40 other...

Incoming freshmen for fall 2017 go through orientation to learn about policies, student login, and more. Each year Seward County Community College hosts All Saints Day to help new students and parents prepare for college.

Photo essay: All Saints day

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
April 24, 2017

   

Freshman Fred Garcia, launches a fierce  attack on the opposing team.

Photo Essay: Last team standing

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
April 20, 2017

SCCC brought intramural dodgeball to the greenhouse. Intramural sports also known as recreational sports, is organized within a particular institution....

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