Tuesday Voices

February 22, 2019 0

Open Mic Poetry Reading Hour Celebrates 35 Years of Sharing Ideas By Julia Ngoie Tuesday Voices is a public forum for aspiring poets and enthusiasts Read More

Writer’s Nook

December 5, 2018 0

unspeakable crime By Samantha Ciresi Words can’t describe the way I feel When I look into your eyes. The fuel to the burning flame of Read More

Hope in the Face of Hate

November 16, 2018 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 Read More

The Writer’s Nook

October 10, 2018 1

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 Read More

The Writer’s Nook

October 10, 2018 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. Read More

Halloween Fun Has Begun

October 10, 2018 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,” Read More

Hitting the Ground Running

September 7, 2018 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 Read More

Khan Wins by Two Votes

April 9, 2018 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. Read More

They Seeks to Lead Unity Club

April 9, 2018 0

By Eli Davis Seminole State’s Sanford/ Lake Mary Campus Unity club is hosting elections this April in which freshman Kam Brooks is running unopposed for Read More

Seminole Startup Seeks Entries

February 23, 2018 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 Read More

Dierdorff Gallery Comes to a Close

September 28, 2017 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. Read More

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