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Q&A with Alyssa Adams

Q&A with Alyssa Adams

Yesenia Montanez, Reporter
December 1, 2016

Meet freshman Alyssa Adams who was born and raised in Perryton, Texas. She is chasing a career in both cosmetology and sociology Q: What do you hope to...

Autry and Rachel Coleman, Liberal residents, wait in line for their thanksgiving meal at the SCCC cafeteria.

College serves free meal to community

Yesenia Montanez, Reporter
November 15, 2016

Seward County Community College offered a free Thanksgiving meal to the community, faculty, and students on Tuesday. It was a way of giving back to the...

October Wellness Center student of the month

October Wellness Center student of the month

Aubrey Holt, Co-Editor
November 11, 2016

For the month of October, Wellness center patrons voted Carlos Anez Diaz the student worker of the month. The voting took place over a poll posted on their...

Students decorate their door frame to grab attention and make their doors look more interesting.

SCCC hosts Trick or Treating for the kids in the community

Angelica Alfaro, Reporter
November 1, 2016

Halloween is one of the holidays kids love to participate in. Halloween consist of tons of candy, haunted houses, and costumes. Kids of all ages dress...

In order to prepare for an upcoming test Patrick Smith is seeking study tips from Mariah Cline. Mariah Cline is available to help students by appointment.

Benefits of using on-campus resources if troubled with career choice

Yesenia Montanez, Reporter
October 26, 2016

College is one step closer to a student's career path. To others, it is a door to self discovery. Jacqueline Rivera, Liberal, said she had an idea of...

Get class credit for camping and backpacking

Get class credit for camping and backpacking

Andrea Baca, Reporter
October 24, 2016

This fall the college offered the Field Biology class. The class gives five credit hours with three being biology and two being physical education...

Students show their support for victims of domestic violence and prevention.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Odalys Avalos, Reporter
October 19, 2016

October is known as Domestic Violence Aware month. Here at Seward County Community College there is now on campus help for stalking, domestic and sexual...

Pumpkin Olympics was a SMASH

Pumpkin Olympics was a SMASH

David Gomez, Reporter
October 19, 2016

The Seward County Community College Block and Bridle Club hosted its second annual Pumpkin Olympics on Tuesday Oct. 16th, in the agricultural building....

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August Wellness Center Student Worker of the Month

Yesenia Montanez, Reporter
October 14, 2016

At Seward County Community College’s Health and Wellness Center, Sarah Martin was chosen to be the student worker of the month for August. Martin sits...

Saving a life-blood drive

Saving a life-blood drive

Keynitra Houston, Photographer
October 13, 2016

        Chris Cardenas and Raul Arroyo explain to a student at SCCC about donating blood to help save a life.        

SGA addresses anxiety over parking passes

SGA addresses anxiety over parking passes

Gabby Rawlins, Reporter
September 27, 2016

Student anxiety over the newly required parking permits was discussed in the Sept. 26 Student Government Association meeting. Dennis Mulanax, SCCC director...

Students turn to online tutoring

Students turn to online tutoring

Gabby Rawlins, Reporter
September 27, 2016

Seward County Community College is now offering online tutoring service to all students. This service is available 24/7 and it is completely free. Students...

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