The Crusader

Most athletic teams at SCCC are made up of international students. The volleyball and tennis teams are made up of more than 80 percent students from other countries.  Livia De Pra, volleyball player from the Dominican Republic, Juan Gonzales, tennis player from Argentina, Yanlis Feliz, volleyball player from Dominican Republic, and Mesalina Severino, volleyball player from Dominican Republic, are all new to Liberal.

Melting pot: 24 countries represented at SCCC

October 28, 2019

The United States has been described as a “melting pot,” in which different cultures add their own ...

Businesses in Liberal, such as El Pastorcito on main street are common to be found. You can find one right next to the grocery store or even a car lot. Hispanic owned businesses add a cultural flare to the town.

Hispanic heritage shapes Liberal’s community through business

October 15, 2019

The image that many may associate with the concept of small town Kansas probably doesn’t involve a heavy focus on Hispanic customs and culture, but in Liberal, such a...

Janeth Vasquez, SCCC's transfer advisor,  hosted the Multicultural Fashion show to showcase  diversity in Liberal. Despite snow keeping some of the participants away, the show featured cultures from Ghana, American Indian, Hispanic and more.

Colorful cultures showcased on SCCC stage

October 15, 2018

Liberal itself has been known to be a Hispanic majority city, but still manages to be extremely diverse...

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