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Zoe Lampe

Zoe Lampe, Reporter

Zoe Lampe is an 18-year-old freshman from Eaton, Colorado. She majors in mass communications. Lampe is excited to be starting college as well as being a part of the Lady Saints softball team. She loves to hang out with friends, play board games and go on random adventures. Lampe can't wait to see where life takes her.

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Betty Hallman, an owner of the llamas, helps a first-grade girl pet a llama. Hallman explains to the girl why they have llamas and the importance of their fur.

First graders learn about agriculture on Farm Education Day

Zoe Lampe and Nubia Rodriguez
March 28, 2024

Farm Bureau members and Southwestern Heights High School hosted Farm Education Day at Seward County Community College for the local first graders on March...

Gumaro Gonzales, Associates of Arts, Liberal Kansas. 

What are your thoughts on Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day?
“I think its something important that we should be able to celebrate, you know, have a month for all women. I think it’s pretty cool.”

Is there a woman in your life you want to acknowledge? 
“Yeah. Like my sister. She’s a pretty big role in my life because she kind of set a pathway for what I want to do in the future, And, you know, she sets the bar pretty high for me.”

What would you define as her biggest strength and why?
“I say, her resilience, you know, shes always pushed forward no matter what happens.”

[Photo] International Women’s Day

Zoe Lampe, Nubia Rodriguez, Reporters
March 8, 2024

Gumaro Gonzales, Associates of Arts, Liberal Kansas. What are your thoughts on Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day? “I think it's...

Saints on the Street: What is your ideal Valentines Day?

Saints on the Street: What is your ideal Valentine’s Day?

Nubia Rodriguez, Lily Gonzalez, and Zoe Lampe
February 14, 2024

Tonight, many people across the country will be celebrating Valentine's Day. For some, this means celebrating with a significant other at home or out somewhere,...

Sophomore Alianna Colon guards and closely watches what the other team is going to do.

Lady Saints Basketball defeats Independence Pirates, 74-57

Zoe Lampe, Reporter
January 26, 2024

On Jan. 17, the Seward County College Lady Saints and Independence Community College Pirates basketball teams duked it out in the Greenhouse, the game...

Saints soccer team joyfully posing after a home win.

First SCCC Men’s Soccer beat the odds, made it to playoffs

Zoe Lampe and Roselyne Garay
December 11, 2023

Aug. 23 was Seward County Community College's first ever soccer game. The stands were packed full with excited fans waiting for the game. Unfortunately,...

The team breaks it out before taking to the court after a timeout.

Saints win against Lamar Lopes in Oct. 28 scrimmage

Zoe Lampe, Reporter
November 14, 2023

On Oct. 28, The Saints welcomed Lamar Lopes in the Greenhouse for their fourth scrimmage game. The night ended in a victory for the Saints. Since then,...

Crusaders provide healthy daily habits

Crusaders provide healthy daily habits

Zoe Lampe, Reporter
October 25, 2023

With midterms past and fall transitioning to winter, many SCCC students may be facing obstacles and stresses, from general illnesses of the season to hectic...

Saints on the Street: What superpower would you have and why?

Saints on the Street: What superpower would you have and why?

Reporters Zoe Lampe and Roselyne Garay went around campus asking students the age-old question that many have thought of at least once: What superpower...

Lets start strong this fall, Saints!

Let’s start strong this fall, Saints!

Zoe Lampe, Roselyne Garay, and Chance Martin
August 29, 2023

Classes at Seward County Community College have just started and have been going on for almost two weeks, and many are either finding their rhythm in college...

Isaac Canelon takes a break from playing UNO in the Student Living Center. Canelon also plays baseball for Seward County Community College and works as a personal trainer.

Isaac Canelon

Zoe Lampe, Reporter
August 28, 2023

Where are you from and what do you miss most about home? I’m from Venezuela. The thing that I miss is my culture. Basically, we’re always happy...

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