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Saints on the Street: Students swap holiday snacks

Saints on the Street: Students swap holiday snacks

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
November 22, 2022

With the holidays well on their way, decorations and music can be heard and seen marking the season. What tends to be on most people’s minds though is...

Saints on the Street: What’s in your bag?

Saints on the Street: What’s in your bag?

Brianna Rich, Photo Editor
September 8, 2022

Photo editor Brianna Rich took to the streets to figure out what kinds of supplies Saints were packing in their bags for the beginning of school. Although...

Anime club members Alexis Soto, Judith Soto, and Alexa Pavia discuss with Michael McComack, president of the club, about future endeavors. The club is interested in taking a trip to an anime convention.

It’s time to try something new

Megan Berg, Features Editor
September 6, 2022

When an alien eye pops open on someone’s hand, usually people scream. Not at this club though. On Thursday, Sep. 1, room H112 was full of laughter as...

Maria Gutierrez inquiries a student athlete, Lana Pigeon, about her reason for treatment inside the training room. While hooked up to stim and ice, they went over possible reasons and treatments in the future.

One tear changed it all

Ashanti Thompson, Reporter
September 1, 2022

Coming as a graduate from both Oklahoma Panhandle State University and Texas Tech, Maria Gutierrez was welcomed as our new Assistant athletic trainer.  The...

Saints on skates

The Student Union came to life as loud music played and students rolled around on skates, Feb. 22. While some were skilled in their skating others were...

Shane Bowman is a 20 year old freshman majoring in agriculture and currently lives in Liberal

Shane Bowman

Raven Staten
January 20, 2021

What makes you laugh the most? My friend Chris from high school is someone that makes me laugh the most he is funny and funny-looking If your food...

Alondra Galindo, a sophomore majoring in biology, Esi Houtz,  a sophomore Nursing Major, A.J. Luna, sophomore ASL Major show off the prizes that they won from the nightime egg hunt. The egg hunt had been scheduled for Easter earlier this year but unfortunately COVID shut down campus and the event was not able to take place until this fall

Halloween hunt has students searching in dark

Krisi Anderson, Reporter
October 30, 2020

Students took off across the courtyard in search of prizes with flashlights to guide them. Eggs lay hidden on window seals, trees, and in the grass The...

Halloween is a time where many enjoy eating different types candy. Candy preferences range from super chocalatey to totally sour

SCCC students pick their favorite candy to eat around Halloween

William Swanson, Reporter
October 28, 2020

Halloween holds a different meaning to everyone who enjoys the weeks and days leading up to the day. Some like to visit haunted houses and binge horror...

New president of SCCC arrives on campus

William Swanson, Reporter
October 26, 2020

W hen Brad Bennett finished up his work and said his goodbyes at Colby Community College , he took a picture outside of the college he had served for...

New club helps students express their creative writing abilities

New club helps students express their creative writing abilities

William Swanson, Reporter
September 29, 2020

Seward County Community College offers a plethora of clubs for students to join. These clubs offer students a way of exploring their interests and hobbies...

Richie Narvaez talked about how he got into writing during a Q/A held via zoom in the library. Before Richie became an english major he originally wanted to be the first Puerto Rican astronaut.

Richie Narvaez visits SCCC virtually

William Swanson, Reporter
September 24, 2020

Hispanic heritage month is a month used to celebrate Hispanic voices. Seward County Community College invited Richie Narvaez to do a Q and A luncheon as...

Students, staff and faculty are asked to report if they have any symptoms of COVID-19. The list of symptoms are posted all over campus and town.

SCCC sends daily COVID updates to students

William Swanson, Reporter
September 22, 2020

Since the semester began, changes around campus have been more than noticeable, but some—especially for students who ignore their emails—have come...

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