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SCCC’s E-boutique Helps Unemployed Women Get Hired

SCCC’s E-boutique Helps Unemployed Women Get Hired

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter

February 12, 2019

Anyone who has ever pursued a job understands just how challenging the hiring process can be. From filling out complicated applications to preparing for interviews with potential employers, job hunting is, for many, an incredibly stressful activity. For disadvantaged women re-entering the workforce, though, the q...

SCCC hosts yearly blood drive

SCCC hosts yearly blood drive

Annette Meza, Copy Editor

February 8, 2019

The American Red Cross hosted their yearly blood drive on Feb. 7 here at Seward County Community at the student union. Students, staff and residents had the opportunity to come voluntarily donate blood, help out for community service and help escort donors to the snack section of the room. Frances B...

Homecoming candidates announced

Homecoming candidates announced

Michelle Mattich and Annette Meza

February 6, 2019

The homecoming king and queen for Seward County Community College will be crowned on Feb. 9 between the men's and women 's basketball game. The women's game starts at 6 p.m. and the men's game starts at 8 p.m. The candidates, chosen by the SCCC student body, are: Alba Torres Hometown: Liberal Major: Bus...

Take the fear out of transferring

Take the fear out of transferring

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter

February 4, 2019

As the spring semester swings into full gear and graduating students prepare to transfer to four-year universities in the fall, many students are discovering that the transfer process can be rather stressful. “I’m ready to move on, but at the same time, it’s scary, you know? Like, going to ...

Homecoming 2019

Homecoming 2019

February 4, 2019

Don't miss out on any of the homecoming activities this week: michelle mattich ...

Should you be worried about a major?

Should you be worried about a major?

Annette Meza, Copy Editor

January 31, 2019

Some students have their whole life figured out before they even step foot on a college campus while some students are still exploring. They often don't know whether they are on the right path for a career they will love or not. They stress out about what they should do and major in.  “You don...

Coach Sautter benched for the week

Coach Sautter benched for the week

Michelle Mattich and Annette Meza

January 30, 2019

Tonight the Saints men’s basketball team will take the court without their head coach. Jason Sautter has been suspended for one week, with pay, due to a violation of Seward County Community College policy. The assistant coach, James Barrett, will take the reins against Goodland during Sautter’s abs...

Students taste the world at Kansas day celebration

Students taste the world at Kansas day celebration

Annette Meza, Cheyenne Miller, and Calen Moore

January 29, 2019

As you walked into the Hobble Academic building, the smell of food instantly hit. People smiled and followed the smell to the library where there were endless tables filled with homemade food. It didn’t take much to convince students to grab a plate and dig in. The big potluck luncheon on Jan. 29 was how ...

Agriculture department hosts fundraiser banquet

Agriculture department hosts fundraiser banquet

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

January 24, 2019

Dress up, put your good shoes on and get ready to dine in as Seward County Community College’s agriculture department hosts a fundraising banquet. The formal event night is filled with fantastic food and funny entertainment. The evening entertainment will be comedian David Farrell. Known as a clean...

Library hosts potluck Jan. 29

Library hosts potluck Jan. 29

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

January 17, 2019

It’s no lie that everyone likes food. But do you know the food native to southwest Kansas? There is an opportunity. Seward County Community College inclusivity committee and the library are offering a chance to taste dishes from all over. As part of Kansas’ birthday on Jan. 29 there will be a potluck...

Shutdown won’t immediately impact SCCC students

Shutdown won’t immediately impact SCCC students

Michelle Mattich, Editor

January 16, 2019

It’s day 26 of the government shutdown and the longest in the history of the United States. Government workers are not being paid and many offices are closed while congress and President Donald Trump battle over funding issues. How does this shutdown affect Seward County Community College students? Do...

Rave alert was part of emergency drill

Rave alert was part of emergency drill

Michelle Mattich, Editor

January 14, 2019

It probably showed up in your email or as a text on your phone: "SCCC Alert: All Clear.   Situation has been resolved and there is no longer an emergency.” Students came back to school wondering, "What was cleared? There was an emergency? What happened?" What seemed like a cryptic message was a...

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