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Miguel Perez, a freshman pre-engineering major from Ulysses, Kansas chose pre-engineering as his major because of the impact that his simple engineering classes in high school had on him.

Miguel Perez

Noel Caro, Reporter
September 7, 2018

    Why did you choose Pre-Engineering? “I took some classes in high school, that made me decide to do simple engineering What...

Brittany Brooks is a music major from Tyrone, Oklahoma. In her free time, Brooks enjoys going to church, hanging out with friends and singing. She hopes to someday make a career out of singing and even teach it.

Brittany Brooks

Annette Meza, Reporter
September 5, 2018

Why did you choose to come to SCCC? "It’s cheap and Its close. Also it helps me become independent away from home." Do you live on campus? How do...

Jennifer Garcia

Jennifer Garcia

Elizabeth Dennison, Graphic Editor
September 4, 2018

Why did you choose SCCC? "It’s close to home and more affordable." Why did it interest you? I have always just had an interest in it. What is...

Vasquez is a drafting and design major from Liberal, Kansas. If he could be any superhero, he would be Captain America.

Danny Vasquez

Anastasia Smallridge, Photographer
August 28, 2018

Do you want to be able to build your own house? “Yeah I want to.” Superhero wants to be? “I want to be Captain America, he's on my shirt.”...

Sander Jans is a freshman undecided major from De Ronerborg, Netherlands. He is a student-athlete on the Mens tennis team and hopes to play in the number one spot this season.

Sander Jans

Monica Gonzalez, Reporter
August 24, 2018

How old are you? "I am 21." Do you have any siblings? “I have one younger brother who is 18 years old.” Outside of tennis, what do you do for...

Aysia Harper

Aysia Harper

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
April 26, 2018

    Why did you choose to come to Seward? "Do I want to be here? No, but I am here because it is cheap." What is your career goal? "I’m...

Huy Cam is a pre-pharmacy major that was born in Vietnam.

Huy Cam

Amberley Taylor, Editor
April 6, 2018

Why did you choose pharmacy as your major? "I think chemistry and chemical reactions are really cool and I will get to work in labs and with chemical...

Freshman, Benancio Fernandez, plans on spending two years at SCCC to get his basics done before transferring to a 4-year university.

Benancio Fernandez

Alondra Trevizo , Reporter
March 19, 2018

Why did you choose physical education as your major? "I think it will make me a better person to teach younger kids. I also love sports." What are...

Freshman, Jesse Navarrete, plans to transfer to Kansas State University to pursue a degree in architectural engineering.

Jesse Navarrete

Amberley Taylor, Editor
February 28, 2018

Why did you choose architectural engineering as your major? "I chose architectural engineering as my major because I like to build and I feel that I would...

Sophomore Education major, Kemberly Zamora, prepares an outline for an analogy essay.

Kemberly Zamora

Alondra Trevizo , Reporter
February 22, 2018

Why did you choose education as your major? "I love children and I want to make a difference in the educational system." What are your life dreams? "I...

Sophomore, Kolton Hodges, watches the Super Bowl highlights in the Student Union.

Kolton Hodges

Amberley Taylor, Editor
February 5, 2018

Why did you choose education as your major? "I want to teach because my heroes growing up and a lot of my family members are teachers. I have narrowed...

Sophomore, Neri Martinez, spends time in the library working on her homework when she doesnt have classes.

Neri Martinez

Amberley Taylor, Editor
January 25, 2018

What is your major?  "My major is elementary education." Why did you choose education as your major? "I chose my major because I have been around...

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