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The student news site of Seward County Community College

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Mauricio Gonzalez

Mauricio Gonzalez, Reporter

Mauricio Gonzalez Paiva is a sophomore majoring in mass communications. He already graduated from SCCC in business administration. He is 22 years old and was born in Corrientes, Argentina. Gonzalez is on the tennis team at Seward. He likes to spend a lot of time with his friends, play sports, listen to music, watch series and movies.

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Malachi McReed from Brooklyn, NY defends  his position as the Thunderbirds offense sets up. McReed was a vital piece of encouragement for the team.

Men’s basketball comes from behind to beat Cloud County

December 2, 2021

It took an entire half for the Seward County Saints to warm up before they began to look like themselves. The Saints came from behind to beat Cloud County...

The student art show is in the Shank Humanities Building. The gallery features photos and 2-D and 3-D art. Stop by to vote for your favorite exhibit.

[Photo] Art show displays student work

November 30, 2021

The student art show is in the Shank Humanities Building. The gallery features photos and 2-D and 3-D art. Stop by to vote for your favorite exhibit.

Reece Hay, freshman business major, tastes the carne asada taco. Hay rated the tacos with a 10/10. She’d go back for more.

[Photo] Las Delicias Taco Truck

November 29, 2021

Reece Hay, freshman business major, tastes the carne asada taco. Hay rated the tacos with a 10/10. She’d go back for more.

The class follows the movements of instructor Barres. They were doing arm exercises in the Seward pool.

[Photo] Aqua aerobics is more than a class

November 16, 2021

The class follows the movements of instructor Barres. They were doing arm exercises in the Seward pool.

Dont let Black Friday terrorize you like it did me

Don’t let Black Friday terrorize you like it did me

November 16, 2021

Two grown men fought over one of the best Black Friday deals that Walmart had to offer — a Smart TV normally costing around $400 but for that one day...

Creating a firm foundation, Justine Lespes gets set for a strong forehand return.

[Photo] Justine Lespes

November 9, 2021

Creating a firm foundation, Justine Lespes gets set for a strong forehand return.

Winners for the pool tournament were Karlos Krolo and Emiliano Vecchia pictured placed first and second. Jonas Mathiasen, not pictured, placed third in the tournament.

[Photo] Clack, clank, champion

October 25, 2021

Winners for the pool tournament were Karlos Krolo and Emiliano Vecchia pictured placed first and second. Jonas Mathiasen, not pictured, placed third in...

Brooke Katen, sophomore from Maryville, Missouri, waits for the referee to whistle for her to serve. (file photo)

[Photo] Thunderbirds upset Lady Saints 3-1

October 13, 2021

Brooke Katen, sophomore from Maryville, Missouri, waits for the referee to whistle for her to serve. (file photo)

Mysterious red-hooded figures line up against a series of doors.

Squid Game: Are you watching?

October 13, 2021

Squid Game is a new series launched by Netflix that is causing a furor. Experts believe that this show will become the most-watched series that Netflix...

Las culturas hispanas celebran la herencia

Las culturas hispanas celebran la herencia

October 6, 2021

De Hispanic Heritage Month es un periodo de 30 días desde el 15 de septiembre hasta el 15 de octubre en donde se brinda honor a las herencias hispanas...

This image is a still from one of Shang-Chis many fight scene.

Marvel’s new twist, the success it brings

September 22, 2021

“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” hit the screens of cinemas worldwide this month. With great expectations, fans of the Marvel world waited...

Carol Mora and Justine Lespes play doubles tennis in Oklahoma City. The duo wait for a serve from the opposing team.

[Photo] Women’s tennis competes in Oklahoma City

September 20, 2021

Carol Mora and Justine Lespes play doubles tennis in Oklahoma City. The duo wait for a serve from the opposing team.

Staff personnel Paul Fisher making a salad with the newly open salad bar.

SCCC cafeteria offers self-service options; first time since COVID

September 14, 2021

The cafeteria at Seward County Community College is finally offering self-service options in almost a year. Now students and staff can serve their salads,...

Staying hydrated is a priority for most teams that practice outside. The women’s tennis team takes more water breaks than normal during the triple digit days. This helps to avoid heat exhaustion and cramping.

[Photo] SCCC protects student athletes in high heat

September 8, 2021

Staying hydrated is a priority for most teams that practice outside. The women’s tennis team takes more water breaks than normal during the triple digit...

Jesse Valverde is from Liberal and is studying at SCCC to go into Pre-Medical.

Jesse Valverde

September 1, 2021

Favorite color and why? How can we tell it’s your favorite? Purple. It reminds me of royalty. Anything that is purple I have to have. What would...

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