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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...

Archery is one of the various

Peculiar classes offered at SCCC

February 15, 2019

Seward County Community College not only offers classes that are traditional but also offers classes out of ...

SCCC glassblowing instructor Matthew Williams works with molten glass to create a new piece of art during his class Feb. 4 at Liberal High School. Williams got his own start in this class years ago and now teaches SCCC students and community members to shape their own glass art.

Flaming art

February 12, 2019

An intense heat emanates from the glowing furnace inside the glass blowing shed behind the annex building ...

In the Greenhouse, Louie is with his love the Lady Saint basketball girls. Louie is at his love's practice.

Talking with Louie the Saint

December 4, 2018

Seward County Community College has a mascot named Louie. He is a Saint. He brings smiles to lit...

Sophomore right side hitter for the Lady Saints, Giovanna Tapigliani comes all the way from Sao Paolo, Brazil to play vollyeball for the Lady Saints.

Tapigliani starts small and dreams of going big

November 30, 2018

Coming from the huge city with a beach just two hours away, Sao Paulo-Brazil’s Giovanna Tapigli...

During Day of the Dead, people will put the food and drinks that their loved ones used to eat and drink out in memory of them.

SCCC students honor their loved ones for The Day of the Dead

November 5, 2018

People flood the streets of Ameca, Jalisco, Mexico, dressed in bright colorful traditional dresses. T...

Vaping and juuling are popular among college students at Seward County Community College and across the nation. Vape pens are used not only for entertainment, but to help cigarette smokers stop smoking.

Vaping is big trend among college students

October 31, 2018

Sitting in his living room, trying to destress from a long day of work and classes, Irvin Gaspar fills...

SCCC English instructor, Sherry Moentmann published her own book, which came out on July 2, 2018.

English instructor publishes young adult novel

October 4, 2018

Before making her arrival to Seward County Community College, one of the newest English instructors, Sh...

Raul Camacho, sophomore engineering major, finishes his college algebra homework in the TRIO Computer lab. The TRIO lab is open for TRIO members to come and work on homework and even get tutoring.

TRIO brings opportunity to students

September 28, 2018

TRIO, a program that increases access to higher education for economically disadvantaged students, helps s...

Phil S. Dixon, Negro League author and baseball historian, came to the SCCC library to share the history of the negro baseball league.

Kansas City Monarchs history comes to SCCC

September 27, 2018

Baseball season is here! For fans, it is crucial to watch their favorite teams go to the world series. T...

Family gathers around Bryanna Banuelos to pray for her. Dedicating a young woman to God is all part of the traditional quinceanera ceremony in Southwest Kansas.


September 25, 2018

A Quinceanera, also known as a fiesta de quince años,  is an honored celebration of a young girl bec...

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