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Whats your waste stream?

What’s your waste stream?

Saskia Vogelzang, Reporter
October 19, 2021

 

TRIO is a federally funded grant program that helps student in college. They offer tutoring, help navigating college and enrollment, transfer help and much more. The SCCC TRIO offices are located at A125, or across the hall from financial aid.

TRIO offers help in a lot of ways

Dani Arellano, Reporter
October 13, 2021

A lot of first-year students come to college worried about things such as where to find their classes, what clubs are available and how to find the way...

One of the construction workers cuts the PVC pipe to hand to his colleague. He also measures the pipe to get the perfect size.

Construction starts on new SCCC building

Saskia Vogelzang, Reporter
October 7, 2021

Seward County Community College continues with its project of expanding the Sharp Family Championship Center. The first phase started on April 25, 2019,...

Board names Gunderson as SCCC president

Board names Gunderson as SCCC president

October 6, 2021

Greg Gunderson will serve as the 12th president of Seward County Community College, following a vote by the Board of Trustees Monday night. Gunderson’s...

Students make plans for fall break

Students make plans for fall break

Kylie Regier, Reporter
October 6, 2021

Fall break is approaching fast here at Seward County Community College. Fall break is from Oct. 11 through the 12. Students at SCCC all have different...

Campus goes maskless

Brooke Katen, Reporter
October 5, 2021

Students came to class Monday without wearing masks. It's the first time since COVID showed up in southwest Kansas in March 2020 that students have gone...

Amy Thompson reads a book called Bee Makes Tea. At the first Open Mic Night of the semester, students, faculty and staff shared stories, photos and art that related to their personal identity. Thompson, speech instructor, explained this story related to her personal identity by her familys love of tea.

Artists share personal identity through performance

Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor
September 30, 2021

Students came together to share their personal stories of identity Wednesday night for the first official Open Mic Night of the year. The event was hosted...

The CNA students have the chance to practice their skills with mannequins. In the picture, high school student Kineshma Camacho practices how to get the patients ready to get up from bed. They try to make the class more fun by naming their mannequins, in the picture we have Mrs. Harriet

What it takes to become a CNA

Kylie Regier, Reporter
September 29, 2021

The CNA program consists mainly of high school students but it's not only for them. It's also for students at Seward County Community College. CNA stands...

First Open Mic Night Wednesday

First Open Mic Night Wednesday

Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor
September 27, 2021

Spend an evening with students and staff as they share their personal identity and heritage at the humanities’ Open Mic Night, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m....

Tennis has two events qualify for nationals

Tennis has two events qualify for nationals

September 27, 2021

The men's and women's tennis teams will both be represented at the fall national championship Oct. 14-16 in Rome, Georgia. Luchi Fisicaro and Karlo Krolo...

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