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Drop Everything And Read [D.E.A.R] Day was Feb. 23 and this event went on all day in the library. This event was put on for the students and faculty to have a moment to go into the library and relax while they read their books.

A new event is brought to campus

Jessica Madrigal , Reporter
February 24, 2022

D.E.A.R. Day is not what many thought it was going to be just by looking at the title. Some people thought it was about deer but it turned out to be an...

Locked in during the first quarter, Tatum Winters scans the court in search of the ball to prepare the stats. Working behind the bench, she hovers over the digital court on the screen ready to input if a shot is made or missed.

Who really runs the court?

Ashanti Thompson, Reporter
February 23, 2022

Seward County Community College athletes are involved in every aspect of the game from photos to athletic training and even behind the scene work....

With Feb. coming to an end, SCCC students share their views on relationships.

Podcast: Let’s talk about love

Reece Hay and Dani Arellano
February 23, 2022

It's Feb. and you know what that means... love is in the air. But, that doesn't mean that loving is always sweet. Reporters Reece Hay and Dani Arellano...

Autry Coleman has lived through two historical times in the US- segregation and integration. Coleman shares his experiences and thoughts with Seward County Community College students.

Impacts of segregation to integration

Megan Berg , Reporter
February 22, 2022

Even though breaking down the barriers of segregation was a step forward for the United States against racism, those who lived through it—like Autry...

Review: Trending show hits campus

Review: Trending show hits campus

Ashanti Thompson , Reporter
February 22, 2022

Episode 5 of Euphoria left us with thousands of questions: Is Rue okay? Will Cassie survive Maddy’s wrath? When will we see Fez and Lexi? And for the...

[Left to Right] Clemente Rojo, Israel Banuelos and Adrian Torres grin in front of the Chicago Bean after a long morning of workshops and conferences. Rojo said, “It was a nice experience as president to connect with our fellow members on a deeper connection that you dont experience in so short of time at our meetings on Wednesdays.”

HALO escapes Kansas

Dani Arellano , Reporter
February 22, 2022

Throughout the halls of Seward County Community College, there are hidden gems of activities to do and clubs to join. Whether it is finding a passion in...

 Logan Dodge shows Karia Groves, both from Liberal, how to hold the strands of hair so they don’t get lost.

The art of French braid

Reece Hay , Reporter
February 21, 2022

Ireland Caro steps off the pitchers slab and propels toward home plate. The sophomore got the 8-0 win against Lamar and recorded two strikeouts.

Softball sweeps double header

Seyun Park , Reporter
February 21, 2022

  The Lady Saints swept Lamar Community College, Lamar, Colorado on Feb. 20 in a home double header. The two wins push Seward to 7-3 on the...

Jaylin Henderson takes control of the court and finishes with a slam dunk. With no one in sight, Henderson uses this opportunity to gain the Saints two more points.

Ravens soar over Saints

Ashanti Thompson , Reporter
February 21, 2022

Point guard, Halima Salat, holds Coffeyville player to only 6 points. Salat has 3 blocks overall this season.

Lady Saints lose tight contest

Reece Hay, Reporter
February 21, 2022

Macey Merydith is a first-year pre-nursing student from Booker, Texas. Merydith is a full-time commuting college student who balances working at Ninja Sushi Steakhouse and her future dreams of becoming a Registered Nurse.

Macy Merydith

Dani Arellano and Ashanti Thompson
February 18, 2022

Why did you decide to come to Seward County Community college and where do you plan to transfer?  I had a couple of different reasons as to why I decided...

Bennett starts as president, tries to re-earn trust

Laura Gillespie and Dani Arellano
February 17, 2022

The last time Brad Bennett was on campus in June he left “bawling,” already regretting his decision to step away from education. Now, Bennett is back...

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