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Yisel Ramos is from Liberal. Ramos is a freshman and her major is visual arts.

Yisel Ramos

Laura Gillespie and Brianna Rich
September 10, 2021

What is your all-time favorite anime? My favorite of all time is One Piece. One Piece came out in like 1997 or 1999 in between that time period and...

This photo was submitted by a Photography 1 student for the a chance to publish their work in SCCC's Literary Magazine, Telolith. The picture is titled

Time for Telolith!

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
February 21, 2018

Calling all creative students! It is time for Seward County Community College’s Telolith. Submit a poem, short story, or art piece for the chance to...

Student art exhibit showcases artwork, photography from semester

Student art exhibit showcases artwork, photography from semester

Keynitra Houston, Reporter
December 6, 2016

Now that it is the end of the year, art and photography students show off the work that they have done this semester by entering the art exhibit. The exhibit...

Telolith 2016 highlights student art and writing

Telolith 2016 highlights student art and writing

Angelica Alfaro, Reporter
August 18, 2016

The Telolith is a contemporary literature book that contains the work of local students. Over each school year, students submit pieces of either written...

LaFreniere draws from multiple interests in life

February 8, 2012

From playing guitar to glass blowing, Hope LaFreniere can do it all. This Seward sophomore loves art, and her creativity really shows. LaFreniere can play...

GLASSBLOWING: Playing with fire

GLASSBLOWING: Playing with fire

November 9, 2011

Glassblower – or gaffer– Gary Marsh teaches students art skills near 3,000-degree heat caused by glass-melting furnaces. Student hands give shape to...

Art club teaches kids new skills

Art club teaches kids new skills

April 6, 2011

Children on campus learning new things might not be a regular sight, but on Children’s Art Day this is the scene. However, although the routine may be...

Former Seward student throws pot, inspires student artists

Former Seward student throws pot, inspires student artists

April 30, 2010

Wearing clay-strained jeans, artist John McCluggage looks like he has had a long, hard day of work. He finally stands on a bucket to continue shaping 350...

As Omar Rios explains his idea for his latest drawing of having a satisfied Michelangelo peering over several of his classic works of art, one couldn’t help but see a resemblance as Rios looked over some of his own favorite drawings.

Seward student considers tattoo artistry as career

April 1, 2010

The artist’s eye wasn’t set on Seward at first, but family and a scholarship offer helped him decide Seward was his best choice. Since that decision,...

Guitarist romances crowd with tango and Spanish guitar

Guitarist romances crowd with tango and Spanish guitar

September 25, 2009

While on stage, Petar Jankovic and his guitar acted as one being, drawn together to perform a beautiful work of art. His heart goes into every note he...

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