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Anime club members Alexis Soto, Judith Soto, and Alexa Pavia discuss with Michael McComack, president of the club, about future endeavors. The club is interested in taking a trip to an anime convention.

It’s time to try something new

Megan Berg, Features Editor
September 6, 2022

When an alien eye pops open on someone’s hand, usually people scream. Not at this club though. On Thursday, Sep. 1, room H112 was full of laughter as...

Middle hitter Ana Cambraia joins her fellow Lady Saints to show with a smile and wave.

Lady Saints win against Hutchinson Community College

Roque Reveles Montelongo, Reporter
September 1, 2022

On August 31, 2022 The Lady Saints won in the game 3-1 against Hutchinson Community College. The Lady Saints saw their teamwork pay off during the game. 

Maria Gutierrez inquiries a student athlete, Lana Pigeon, about her reason for treatment inside the training room. While hooked up to stim and ice, they went over possible reasons and treatments in the future.

One tear changed it all

Ashanti Thompson, Reporter
September 1, 2022

Coming as a graduate from both Oklahoma Panhandle State University and Texas Tech, Maria Gutierrez was welcomed as our new Assistant athletic trainer.  The...

Alexis Soto is a sophomore and majors in business administration. He was born in Liberal, Kansas and he is 19 years old.

Alexis Soto

Roque Reveles Montelongo
August 30, 2022

What is your major? My major is business administration. Although I didn’t think I would change it. Cause you know, we’re young and we are...

Saints on the Street: Students appreciate favorite teachers

Saints on the Street: Students appreciate favorite teachers

While growing up, some students develop a favorite teacher or a teacher who has inspired them to keep going and to do what they love. Some students have...

Saints, Crusader march the halls again

Saints, Crusader march the halls again

Ashanti Thompson, Reporter
August 25, 2022

Welcome back, Saints! Chatter, laughter and footsteps fill the Seward County Community College hallways and classes are officially now in session. A new...

Justin Demarco and Cameron Cartwright sit in the Seward County Community College Library discussing their future plans as the first week of school begins.

Justin Demarco

Ashanti Thompson
August 24, 2022

Least favorite household chore? I absolutely hate washing dishes with a passion. I don't like how it makes your hands not only feel, but smell, just...

Director of Humanities and Social Sciences, Darin Workman is from Hastings, Nebraska. He not only is a teacher but he also plays his own instruments such as his favorite the saxophone which he learned in fourth grade.

Darin Workman

Laura Gillespie and Brianna Rich
August 22, 2022

Who is one person you would like to see in concert, living or dead? Why? It would be Louis Armstrong and he’s dead. He is one of the greatest trumpet...

Summer Break, be back Aug. 15

Summer Break, be back Aug. 15

Brianna Rich, Photo Editor
May 11, 2022

Peach Hello Summer Positive Facebook Post (Facebook Cover) by Brianna Rich

Sue Sprenkle, the mass communications instructor, transitioned from a full-time instructor to an adjunct professor for Seward County Community College this current semester. With  previously 20 years of experience being a traveling journalist, Sprenkle has covered stories from major national disasters, political unrest and Olympic competitions.

Sink into the stories of Sue Sprenkle

Megan Berg and Laura Gillespie
May 11, 2022

Strolling down the street, Sue Sprenkle wasn’t prepared for the blackness that quickly overtook her as rough material covered her head. Kidnappers chucked...

Workout for your face: Does it really work?

Media Writing 1 Class
May 11, 2022

Most people go to the gym to work out their muscles. They make it a priority to never miss arm or leg day, but most never even think about working their...

Mixed Martial Arts trainer Dave Rine teaches people how to fight in different styles in his own establishment named Rine’s American Freestyle Karate. Rine also organized an event called the Throwdown Showdown, and it has been around for about twelve years.

SCCC alumni trains fighters

Salina Byrd, Reporter
May 10, 2022

The trainer made his way to the blue and red mat, signaling that training was soon to begin. He patiently waited for the fighters to gather around him....

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