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Liberal Rec looks forward to new location in 2020

Liberal Rec looks forward to new location in 2020

Elvis Polvon, Club Reporter

December 10, 2019

With 2020 right around the corner, people across the nation are excited for new beginnings and upcoming events. The Liberal Recreation Department is making plans for a change in the new year. It will move into the old South Middle School on 950 S Grant Ave. on March 1, 2020. “I am happy we are able...

SCCC responds to two alleged sexual assaults on campus

SCCC responds to two alleged sexual assaults on campus

Cheyenne Miller, Copy Editor

December 5, 2019

Two Seward County Community College students were accused of seperate incidents of sexual assault on campus recently. The first incident occurred on November 10 and was logged into the SCCC crime report as “sexual misconduct.” The second, recorded as a “sexual assault,” happened on November 22. Both...

TikTok becomes newest trend on campus

TikTok becomes newest trend on campus

Annette Meza, Co-Editor

December 3, 2019

Lip syncing videos, sketches, dancing videos, memes and funny trends all make up the essence of the app that’s invaded other social media: TikTok. TikTok is an app that allows people to create 15 second videos, and if they're funny enough, they “blow up” and go viral. Since the release of this app, TikTok has a...

Diversity rises, but gender stigmas remain

Diversity rises, but gender stigmas remain

Rebecca Irby, Reporter

December 3, 2019

When jobs are gender biased, men and women are limited to the occupational options specific to their sex. But the gender lines are beginning to blur. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employers from discriminating against applicants and employees on the basis of race, color, religion, sex an...

Thanksgiving came early for SCCC students

Thanksgiving came early for SCCC students

Annette Meza, Co-Editor

November 26, 2019

It was that time of the year again, where students and community members gathered and lined up outside of the Seward County Community College cafeteria for the annual Thanksgiving luncheon served by Great Western Dining.  The aroma of usual Thanksgiving favorites like mashed potatoes, turkey, st...

Children teach college students a lesson

Children teach college students a lesson

Rebecca Irby, Reporter

November 15, 2019

Behavioral science professor Katy Redd provides an opportunity every year for her developmental psychology students to apply the knowledge they learned during her course, to the outside world. She asks her non traditional students, who are in the class, to bring their children for the activity.  ...

Fall play opens Friday

Fall play opens Friday

Angelica Alfaro, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Director Michele Van Hessen brings Robert Harling’s “Steel Magnolias” to the Seward County Community College theatre. “Steel Magnolias” is a movie that has brought laughter to audiences since 1987 when it first premiered on Broadway. It is to be performed at Seward County Community College...

“Ok boomer” meme reveals generational divides

“Ok boomer” meme reveals generational divides

Cheyenne Miller, Copy editor

November 12, 2019

It’s on hoodies, in the news and on every social media site known to the Internet; it even has its own song. The “Ok boomer” meme is the latest joke to become massively popular online--but not everyone thinks it’s funny.  “Ok boomer” is a dismissive phrase that Generation Z kids and Generation...

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