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Q Olanlege likes to design vivid images on his computer, then he sends them to his friend, who prints shirts. The Brooklyn, New York sophomore wears his clothes and sells them for $50.

Basketball doesn’t define Olanlege

September 27, 2019

One thing that stands out about Qaiyoom “Q” Olanlege when you see him, is not just his height or at...

Ty Hughbbanks has taught at SCCC for four years now, though this is his second stent. Hughbanks has traveled to many countries and says that being selfish before you can settle down is important.

Hughbanks imparts wisdom in Q&A

September 26, 2019

Before the interview could begin with Seward County Community College biology instructor Ty Hughbanks, ...

During her free time, Muntz says she is currently trying to unpack, as shes only been in Liberal a little over a month. She also enjoys bird watching and gardening.

Muntz starts first year in English department

September 24, 2019

From growing up in a small town in Iowa, to previously teaching in Bloomington Normal, Illinois, Lori M...

Cosmetology students learn that less is more when doing their own make up or others.

Cosmetology provides hands on experience

September 18, 2019

The Seward County Community College cosmetology department is a jack-of-all-trades, from all things hair, skin, nai...

Thomas prefers to show rather than tell

May 1, 2019

You may have seen her video played at the Seward County Community College men’s basketball games or t...

Auto body collision and repair instructor, Bree Downs, has earned skills through her painting and doing work on automobiles.

Students transform cars

April 26, 2019

Students studying auto body collision and repair at Seward County Community Colleges Tech School never get ...

Hayden Marties measures ingredients for a lab project making soap. For many chemistry II students, it was trial and error. Calculations had to be made to make sure the right combination of oil and lye was mixed. Too much lye is could cause burning to skin.

Chemistry students design, create soaps

April 25, 2019

When most people think of chemistry, images of complicated equations and strange, dangerous chemical...

Edwin Yemoh comes from Ghana. The super sophomore plans to major in engineer once he gets a four year university.

International students adjust to America

April 24, 2019

Being a new student can feel stressful and cause anxiety being in a completely new place surrounded by new peop...

Photo Illustration

How much do we know about Easter?

April 18, 2019

Easter, a traditional holiday celebrated in America by Christians, is just around the corner. When Easter...

Seward County Community College is a diverse campus at first glance. Statistics show that the overall student population is 48.62 percent white, 37.02 percent Hispanic and 11.05 percent other/unknown. (Photo Illustration)

SCCC sees two sides to privilege

March 28, 2019

Seward County Community College isn’t a place where you see too much of one race or ethnicity - it’...

White privilege is the idea that one possesses inherent advantages in society because of their race. We can see this play out through financial and social statuses but location as well. (Photo Illustration)

Students: White privilege is VERY real

March 27, 2019

For many, it’s no secret that some forms of racial discrimination are more obvious than others. Wheth...

Lee* learns English at the Seward County Community College Colvin Center. Attending class and learning from Sonia Hernandez and other Colvin instructors helps the Guatemalan work toward her goal of an education.

Separated at the Border

March 26, 2019

The impoverished neighborhood in Guatemala didn’t offer a lot for Lee's* family. It was common for peopl...

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