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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

The trainer made his way to the blue and red mat, signaling that training was soon to begin....

Saints on the Street: Students talk summer plans and future advice
Saints on the Street: Students talk summer plans and future advice
Dani Arellano , Multimedia Editor

On this episode of Saints on the Street, reporter Dani Arellano hits the lecture halls and...

A move that changed everything
A move that changed everything
Jessica Madrigal , Reporter

She was a free soul in Tepechitlan, Zacatecas living in a world where her life was her choice...

Elizabeth Horeink stands as she tutors a student on Intermediate Algebra courses. Shandon Classen, an advisor and transfer coordinator, who is head of the tutoring lab mentioned that he has even seen Horeink put effort into trying to help students although it may be some classes that she has never even taken such as Accounting.
Seizing Success
Dani Arellano, Multimedia Editor

As students partake in some extracurricular activities on Seward County Community College campus,...

Amy Whitaker, a behavioral science major from Liberal, presents her slideshow on a study of creative interpretation using “The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair. The presentation was a final assignment for American Literature II. The presentation included different paintings based on jungles and different insights from Whitaker on the book.
Into the jungle
Megan Berg, Features Editor

As a part of the final, students of American Literature II were required to pick a book by...

Students debate doors vs wheels
Students debate doors vs wheels
Reece Hay , Reporter

There’s a new trend going around that a lot of people are talking about, doors vs. wheels....

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The finished product is a vibrant, delicate wax sculpture of your hand. Set to the side to dry, SCCC presented a wide variety of wax hands this Wednesday afternoon.
Mold your stress away
Ashanti Thompson, Reporter

On the third day of Seward County Community College’s de-stress week, it hosted The Smith Agencies Wax to the Max hand sculptures. Students...

Copies of the Telolith are given at the event to students for free. The Telolith is a magazine composed of students’ submitted artwork and writings. More copies are available in the humanities building for anyone interested.
Telolith revealed at de-stress night

With finals approaching quickly, different methods on how to ease stress can be found all...

Relaxing before finals
Relaxing before finals

This week is all about de-stressing in the Student Union, the Student Government Association...

These talented actors stood in formation as they sang a variety of songs. From singing about the exciting bee to having one actor singing about knowing six languages, there were a variety of great performances given.
SCCC puts on musical for the first time in two years

From hearing the crowd buzz with laughter, gasp in shock, and cheer with exuberance; it is...

This years musical is called “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” and it is the first musical since the COVID-19 pandemic. The musical will be shown on April 21-23 at 7 p.m. Tickets are being sold for $10; however, if you are a student you can get one free ticket by using their student ID.
Lights, Camera, Action

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee'' follows a group of middle schoolers participating...

Hollistah talks about his beginnings when he first listened to rappers on MTV at his grandma’s house. The show inspired the young boy and at the age of nine, he knew he wanted to be a rapper. He had his first gig at 12 at a gospel festival and at 18 opened for another artist in front of a crowd of 4,000 people.
Kansas rapper expresses need for creativity

Tables of pizza and cookies is an enticing view, especially at lunchtime when the smell of...

Review: Batman becomes a thriller movie
Review: Batman becomes a thriller movie

Batman has made another appearance in the Southgate Cinema 6 theater on Kansas Ave. This time...

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