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The student news site of Seward County Community College

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The student news site of Seward County Community College

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HALO enjoys leadership conference in Chicago

March 3, 2010

Top name speakers impressed and inspired Seward Hispanic American Leadership Organization members at a three-day national conference Feb. 17-20 in Chicago,...

IT department  hires new portal manager

IT department hires new portal manager

March 2, 2010

Craig Dusek is the new Web site and Portal Manager for Seward County Community College/Area Technical School. Dusek’s responsibilities include managing...

No parents, no problem

September 25, 2009

"There’s this little thing that almost all teenagers develop at some point: the need for independence." –Dana Loewen “By the various levels of stress...

Influenza bugs college students

Influenza bugs college students

September 25, 2009

The current H1N1 influenza virus is being considered a worldwide pandemic. With the average age of 17 being the most infected age group, this virus is...

Dancing on  the tennis courts

Dancing on the tennis courts

September 25, 2009

Having grown up playing tennis, sophomore Shaley Thomas is familiar with the game of tennis and is now shining on the court as a Lady Saint tennis player....

Russian duet

Russian duet

September 25, 2009

Kate and Levan Gabashvili grew up in Russia but have come to love what opportunities they have here in the states. One of those opportunities is to play...

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Logan Green, Mikayla Knudsen and Kristin Walter gather around the doughnuts and try to stay warm after the SYATP ceremony.

See You at the Pole brings students together

September 25, 2009

Waking up early and facing 40 degree temperatures didn’t stop about 20 students who huddled around the flagpole on campus at 7 a.m. Wednesday. Their...

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Dré Whisennand competes in motocross races for fun and hopes to one day race professionally.

Riding dangerously second nature

September 25, 2009

“You have to be fearless when you are riding.” ­– Dré Whisennand He walks down the same hallways as any other student. Most people see him as...

Students hit gridiron

Students hit gridiron

September 25, 2009

The football season is under way and the lack of a Seward County Community College/Area Technical School football team has not stopped students from...

Guitarist brings classical string venue to campus performance

Guitarist brings classical string venue to campus performance

September 11, 2009

  The classical guitarist’s concert will be at 7 p.m. Sept. 21 in the Showcase Theater. Admission is free but free-will donations are encouraged...

Telolith magazine receives two graphic design awards

April 24, 2009

The college English and visual arts programs was recently notified of two graphic design awards that the 2008 Telolith received from the Columbia Scholastic...

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Library director retires to Florida home

April 24, 2009

Jon Noland has been the college library director for two years, but he is now planning to retire and move to his house in Florida. Noland said he is...

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