Ploughshares is pleased to announce that “Moral Compass,” a poem by Janice Northerns will be published in the Winter 2020-21 issue. Northerns, former English and creative writing instructor at Seward County Community College, retired in 2019. “One of my goals… Read More ›
Oct. 8 reading planned at SCCC When Janice Northerns left her position as creative writing and English instructor at Seward County Community College, her motivations for early retirement were clear: She wanted more time to write. Less than two years… Read More ›
Remote Emergency Instruction worked in Qaiyoom Olanlege’s favor. He came to Seward County Community College to play basketball with the nationally-ranked Saints. Along the way, he grew as an artist — despite a pandemic.
Cast and performance dates announced for ABBA homage LIBERAL, KAN. (March 1, 2020) — The sunny and funny Mamma Mia! spins and sparkles into the ultimate feel-good production for Seward County Community College’s spring musical. It will play Friday April… Read More ›
LIBERAL, Kan. – The cast is set for the fall performance of “Steel Magnolias.” Director Michele Van Hessen, SCCC communications and theater instructor, has chosen the actresses for the play. The cast includes Jessica Malin (Clairee Belcher), Krystal Heib (Shelby… Read More ›
Winners announced, Northerns honored for 10 years of service Local writers and an award-winning poet drew a crowd of about 100 to the 10th annual Poetry Coffeehouse event at Seward County Community College April 12. Winners in three categories received… Read More ›
Award-winning Albuquerque poet Rebecca Aronson will read her work in library, and at coffee house event Folks will have two opportunities to hear award-winning Albuquerque poet Rebecca Aronson on April 12 at Seward County Community College. Aronson will read her… Read More ›
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Seward County Community College Library and Student Services will present the exhibit “In His Own Words: The Life and Work of César Chávez” beginning Monday, September 17 through October 15. Throughout his youth… Read More ›