Best of SNO

#68
2018-2019
Distinguished Sites Rank for
Seward County Community College
13
Published Stories for
Seward County Community College
in 2018-2019
#52
2018-2019
Best of SNO Rank for
Seward County Community College
Stories from Seward County Community College
Chemistry students design, create soaps
College Reporting

Cheyenne Miller | May 15, 2019

When most people think of chemistry, images of complicated equations and strange, dangerous chemicals may come to mind. However, Seward County Community College students taking a Chemistry II class this…

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Ground broken for Sharp Champions Center
College Reporting

Calen Moore | May 15, 2019

Plans for the new athletic building that will soon be built all started with a drawing on a napkin. Those simple plans are coming to life after years of planning. On April 25, Seward County Community College…

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Having an opinion today is difficult
College Reporting

Cheyenne Miller | April 9, 2019

These days, it’s hard to turn on the TV or browse Facebook without encountering some sort of discussion about racial issues. I’m certain that I’m not the only one who has noticed that, recently,…

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Separated at the Border
College Reporting

Calen Moore | April 3, 2019

The impoverished neighborhood in Guatemala didn’t offer a lot for Lee’s* family. It was common for people to struggle financially. Many could only sell things on the streets like fruits and blankets…

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Review: SCCC brings A Night in Paris to campus
College Reporting

Annette Meza | March 26, 2019

The beautiful melodies and chords of the piano and violin blended together wonderfully in the band room of the Shank Humanities building. If I had not been in the room, I would have thought it was a recording…

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SCCC support services promote dating violence awareness
College Reporting

Cheyenne Miller | February 28, 2019

From casual flings to serious, long term relationships, most students will explore dating at some point during their college years. While exploring can be an important part of the college experience, being…

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Activism: Post-Millennials vs. Baby Boomers
College Reporting

Calen Moore | February 20, 2019

To be an activist one must be aware of the political and social climate one lives in. It is clear that today in America the tension between sides or parties are becoming more defined and people are becoming…

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SCCC’s E-boutique Helps Unemployed Women Get Hired
College Reporting

Cheyenne Miller | February 20, 2019

Anyone who has ever pursued a job understands just how challenging the hiring process can be. From filling out complicated applications to preparing for interviews with potential employers, job hunting…

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Coach Sautter benched for the week
College Reporting

Michelle Mattich | February 5, 2019

Tonight the Saints men’s basketball team will take the court without their head coach. Jason Sautter has been suspended for one week, with pay, due to a violation of Seward County Community College policy….

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Shutdown won’t immediately impact SCCC students
College Reporting

Michelle Mattich | January 24, 2019

It’s day 26 of the government shutdown and the longest in the history of the United States. Government workers are not being paid and many offices are closed while congress and President Donald Trump…

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Will SCCC students vote in midterms?
College Reporting

Michelle Mattich | November 7, 2018

Young voters are not expected to cast their ballots en masse in the November midterm elections. Seward County Community College voters seem to be no different than the predictions. More than 30 percent…

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Paletero brings Mexican summer classic to Liberal neighborhoods
College Reporting

Alondra Trevizo | November 7, 2018

The triple-digits of summer leave most people wanting one thing — ice cream. Rather than a large ice cream truck playing a loop of catchy tunes, Liberal has paleteros ringing two small bells on a push…

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Moving Onward and Forward
College Reporting

Michelle Mattich | October 23, 2018

You never get used to cow blood, or being covered in it. My father assured me it was nothing and that my summer job slicing specialty cuts of meat was bearable. I took his word for it but boy, was I in…

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