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Yesenia Soto

Yesenia Soto, Photographer

Yesenia Soto was born and raised in windy Liberal.  She hopes to be a nurse someday and possibly become a doctor.  When she is not running to and from work and college, she loves spending time with her dog, Arenita. Last semester she learned that she has a special passion for photography.  Yesenia loves adventures and meeting new people, even though she can be a bit shy at times.  She loves spicy foods, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.  Yesenia loves going to Mexico for vacation and enjoying the calm 80 degree weather while being with her grandparents.

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Lindsay Tuman, SCCC Library Director, introduced guest speaker Kevin Rabas.  Sandwiches and refreshments were provided while Rabas read and explained some poems.

[Photo] Rabas

April 30, 2018

Lindsay Tuman, SCCC Library Director, introduced guest speaker Kevin Rabas. Sandwiches and refreshments were provided while Rabas read and explained some...

Kevin Rabas also read some poems with some drums.  Poems can also have music to go along with them to add more effect to the poem’s meaning.

[Photo] Rabas presents “Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary”

April 30, 2018

Kevin Rabas also read some poems with some drums. Poems can also have music to go along with them to add more effect to the poem’s meaning.

Aysia Harper, sophomore Liberal Arts major from Hugoton, Kansas, came to Seward County Community College because it is cheap.  Harper plans to transfer to Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, Oklahoma to continue her education to become a social worker.

[Photo] Aysia Harper

April 26, 2018

Aysia Harper, sophomore Liberal Arts major from Hugoton, Kansas, came to Seward County Community College because it is cheap. Harper plans to transfer...

Jordan Cordrey, freshman from Colorado Springs, Colorado, pitched for the second game against the Barton Cougars.  The Saints Softball team won the second game 17-6.

[Photo] Softball defeats Barton

April 19, 2018

Jordan Cordrey, freshman from Colorado Springs, Colorado, pitched for the second game against the Barton Cougars. The Saints Softball team won the second...

Koons plans to stay in Kansas after finishing his pharmacy degree at The University of Kansas, where he was accepted into the program.  Koons said the feeling of being accepted into the pharmacy program in KU was indescribable because it was such a happy feeling after working four years to be able to apply to his dream degree program.

[Photo] Koons to directly enter KU School of Pharmacy

April 19, 2018

Koons plans to stay in Kansas after finishing his pharmacy degree at The University of Kansas, where he was accepted into the program. Koons said the...

Frerichs plans on creating another piece to take with him to an international competition that will be held in Indiana.  With more than 2,000 students attending this competition, Frerichs hopes to place in the Top 6.

[Photo] Metal doesn't break

April 18, 2018

Frerichs plans on creating another piece to take with him to an international competition that will be held in Indiana. With more than 2,000 students...

Ethan Frerichs, senior at Fellowship Baptist School, recently competed at the Regional Student Convention, under the Accelerated Christian Education, in Socorro, New Mexico.  On Frerichs fifth year attending this convention, he placed second place out of 200 students who attended.

[Photo] Metal doesn’t break

April 18, 2018

Ethan Frerichs, senior at Fellowship Baptist School, recently competed at the Regional Student Convention, under the Accelerated Christian Education, in...

In the Bridges program, Koons conducted an experiment with this apparatus that he was able to obtain thanks to Mr. Perry. Perry said he let Koons figure out some details in his experiment in order to prepare him for the next level at KU pharmacy school.

[Photo] Koons

April 17, 2018

In the Bridges program, Koons conducted an experiment with this apparatus that he was able to obtain thanks to Mr. Perry. Perry said he let Koons figure...

Madeline Owen, freshman from Tuttle, Oklahoma, started the first game at first base. Owen prepares to catch, throw or field any play to win the game.

[Photo] Softball sweeps Northwest Kansas Technical College

April 17, 2018

Madeline Owen, freshman from Tuttle, Oklahoma, started the first game at first base. Owen prepares to catch, throw or field any play to win the game.

Charlie and his friends show up to Glee Blub rehearsal led by Schroeder.  However, to Schroeder’s dismay, all of his friends end up leaving rehearsal after they argue while singing.

[Photo] Charlie Brown keeps audience laughing

April 16, 2018

Charlie and his friends show up to Glee Blub rehearsal led by Schroeder. However, to Schroeder’s dismay, all of his friends end up leaving rehearsal...

The hustle and bustle of traffic in the streets of Wichita on a cold Sunday night helps illuminate the city even more.  Street lights and restaurant signs help to light up Wichita’s streets.

[Photo] Photo ShootOut

April 10, 2018

The hustle and bustle of traffic in the streets of Wichita on a cold Sunday night helps illuminate the city even more. Street lights and restaurant signs...

Tierra Thompson, Wichita State University student, says she chose to work at Walgreens to stay close to home and school.  She has been working at Walgreens for the past seven months so she can pay her bills.

[Photo] Crusader excels at state competition

April 10, 2018

Tierra Thompson, Wichita State University student, says she chose to work at Walgreens to stay close to home and school. She has been working at Walgreens...

Taycee Ruiz, a sophomore and graphic art major, enjoys spending time with her “babies”. Ruiz’s “babies” include: three dogs, three cats, and a bearded dragon.

[Photo] Ruiz designs new crusader logo

April 4, 2018

Taycee Ruiz, a sophomore and graphic art major, enjoys spending time with her “babies”. Ruiz’s “babies” include: three dogs, three cats, and...

Monique Ashley, sophomore from Gallup, New Mexico, pitches the first game in the double header against the Pratt Beavers.  The ace pitcher was a pre-season All-American selection and leads the Jayhawk Conference - West in strikeouts so far this season.

[Photo] Saints Softball run rules Pratt

March 8, 2018

Monique Ashley, sophomore from Gallup, New Mexico, pitches the first game in the double header against the Pratt Beavers. The ace pitcher was a pre-season...

Damian Romero paints the sides of the bed and coats them with an even layer of paint. Students in the autobody class are expected to wear respirator masks when priming and painting and safety glasses when in the shop. A plexiglass wall keeps paint from getting on other items in the shop and allows for others to watch.

[Photo] Photo Essay: Students get hands-on experience with auto body projects

March 26, 2018

Damian Romero paints the sides of the bed and coats them with an even layer of paint. Students in the autobody class are expected to wear respirator masks...

It's easy to fit in a short devotional each day for members of SCCC's Campus Messengers for Christ now that it's all done via an App and text messaging.

[Photo] Students send texts for virtual Bible study

March 21, 2018

It's easy to fit in a short devotional each day for members of SCCC's Campus Messengers for Christ now that it's all done via an App and text messaging.

Sonia Hernandez, the Transition coordinator for Adult Education, is willing to help any Dreamer with the renewal application free of charge. Undocumented students who are looking to renew their DACA permits can be helped free of charge by Hernandez.

[Photo] A piece of paper does not determine who you are

February 14, 2018

Sonia Hernandez, the Transition coordinator for Adult Education, is willing to help any Dreamer with the renewal application free of charge. Undocumented...

Dylan Paul attempts to slide to stay safe in the first game of the four-game series versus Northeastern.

[Photo] SCCC Baseball vs Northeastern

February 8, 2018

Dylan Paul attempts to slide to stay safe in the first game of the four-game series versus Northeastern.

The Mana Club is made of whole wheat bread, mayonnaise, avocado, deli ham slices, muenster cheese, lettuce, tomato, and onion.  This savory sandwich delight is the signature sandwich of Dulce Mana.

[Photo] Dulce Mana doesn’t disappoint

February 2, 2018

The Mana Club is made of whole wheat bread, mayonnaise, avocado, deli ham slices, muenster cheese, lettuce, tomato, and onion. This savory sandwich delight...

The SCCC amazing race was filled with different obstacles for students to master before they could get a clue. This obstacle required teams to target shoot foam fingers with a ping-pong gun.

Saints compete in amazing race

January 24, 2018

When the first group of students earned their clue and began running, everyone knew the race had started. After earning each clue, the groups would hurry...

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