Hope in the Face of Hate

November 16, 2018 admin 0

Love Wins for Holocaust Survivor Even While Discrimination Persists By: Grace Staudenmaier People often think anti-Semitism is a thing of the past, but it still […]

The Writer’s Nook

October 10, 2018 admin 0

A Spring Day By Grace Lamberty Meeting you felt like the first day of spring. To look into your eyes resembled breathing in crisp morning […]

The Writer’s Nook

October 10, 2018 admin 0

By Ronaldo K. Clerveaux Life is always full of surprises. Some surprises, we like more than others. The shitty surprises is what hits us hard. […]

Halloween Fun Has Begun

October 10, 2018 admin 0

Campus Activities Mark Scary Holiday By Austin Collins When is it too early for Halloween decora­tions? Sept. 6, according to one Seminole State student. “Now,” […]

Hitting the Ground Running

September 7, 2018 admin 0

New Cross-Country Team Competes for First Time By Fletcher McCall and Will Morris LAKELAND—The inaugural season for the Seminole State College cross-country team started with […]

Khan Wins by Two Votes

April 9, 2018 admin 0

By Melissa Woodford Shayan Khan, one of the four presidential candidates for the Sanford/Lake Mary Student Government Association elections, was declared the president-elect on Monday. […]

Seminole Startup Seeks Entries

February 23, 2018 admin 0

By Melissa Woodford Seminole’s entrepreneurship contest, Seminole Startup, enters its third year this February, but online, dual-enrolled, and home-schooled learners generally still do not realize […]

Dierdorff Gallery Comes to a Close

September 28, 2017 admin 0

By Angela LaCour Scribe Staff The Brooks Dierdorff photography display, “A Bright Mirror Standing,” ended its nearly month-long display at Seminole State College Sept. 27. […]