• Cook makes impact on students

    By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter “Hello, Sweetie. What can I get you?” Every student that has had a sandwich in the cafeteria has likely heard these words. They come from Kathy Mignone, Sodexo employee. Mignone is the smiling face that mans the deli/sandwich bar at lunch. She is famous for memorizing students’ orders and her “hello, sweetie” [...]

  • New Richardson Performing Arts Center brings flexibility

    By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Richardson Performing Arts Center was remodeled and dedicated in 2011. This remodel included adding seats to allow up to 490 people and a new organ. To begin to utilize the performance space and to bring more people to campus, the “RPAC Presents” event series was created. RPAC Presents started in 2013 as a [...]

  • New student housing to be available for 2015 school year

    By Taylor Forrest Staff reporter Dorm room. Office space. Family assistance building. Apartment complex. The TFI Family Services building was built in 1960 as a married housing dormitory for St. John’s College. Once St. John’s was closed down, the building underwent many different personas, but will now fill its walls with college students once again. Amanda Perdaris, property owner, [...]

  • Senior gift to be used across campus

    By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Graduation just passed, classes are done, and the seniors are ready to move on but their legacy still remains through their senior class gift. The senior class gift is purchased and presented as a gift to the college each year. Cameron Clark, physical education senior, is the senior class president and is in [...]

  • Veterans, military members call SC home

    By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Less than one percent of the American population currently serves in any branch of the military. Part of that one percent currently call Southwestern College home. Kenneth Henderson, marketing senior, joined the Marines in 2006 before his senior year of high school. He said, “One day I was in the mall and I [...]

  • Weather dampers Graduation plans

    By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Due to a strong weather system moving into the Winfield area, the graduation ceremony has been split into two different ceremonies. Graduation for graduates with a B.S., excluding athletic training and natural sciences, will take place at 2 p.m. in Stewart Field House. Graduation for B.A., B.G.S., B. Music, B.S. in natural sciences, B.S.A.T., [...]

  • Superhero sequel divergent from original (Audio Review)

    Escalation is the name of the game as members of the Avengers create something that they believe will prevent another alien invasion of Earth, much to the chagrin of the rest of the team. But is being too cautious better protection than taking risks?

  • Paul Mata, Rachel Baker earn scholar athlete awards

    By Jonahs Joudrey Staff reporter The Southwestern College athletic department named their scholar athletes of the 2014-2015 season in Stewart Field House. Rachel Baker, accounting senior, and Paul Mata, philosophy senior, were named Most-Outstanding Student-Athletes in the ceremony at noon. There were six female athletes and five male athletes that were nominated by their respective coaches. Finalists for the [...]

Cook makes impact on students

11 May 2015

By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter “Hello, Sweetie. What can I get you?” Every student that has had a sandwich in the cafeteria has likely heard these words. They come from Kathy Mignone, Sodexo employee. Mignone is the smiling face that mans the deli/sandwich bar at lunch. She is famous for memorizing students’ orders and her “hello, sweetie” [...]

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New Richardson Performing Arts Center brings flexibility

11 May 2015

By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Richardson Performing Arts Center was remodeled and dedicated in 2011. This remodel included adding seats to allow up to 490 people and a new organ. To begin to utilize the performance space and to bring more people to campus, the “RPAC Presents” event series was created. RPAC Presents started in 2013 as a [...]

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New student housing to be available for 2015 school year

10 May 2015

By Taylor Forrest Staff reporter Dorm room. Office space. Family assistance building. Apartment complex. The TFI Family Services building was built in 1960 as a married housing dormitory for St. John’s College. Once St. John’s was closed down, the building underwent many different personas, but will now fill its walls with college students once again. Amanda Perdaris, property owner, [...]

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Senior gift to be used across campus

10 May 2015

By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Graduation just passed, classes are done, and the seniors are ready to move on but their legacy still remains through their senior class gift. The senior class gift is purchased and presented as a gift to the college each year. Cameron Clark, physical education senior, is the senior class president and is in [...]

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Veterans, military members call SC home

10 May 2015

By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Less than one percent of the American population currently serves in any branch of the military. Part of that one percent currently call Southwestern College home. Kenneth Henderson, marketing senior, joined the Marines in 2006 before his senior year of high school. He said, “One day I was in the mall and I [...]

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Weather dampers Graduation plans

10 May 2015

By Kylie Stamper Staff reporter Due to a strong weather system moving into the Winfield area, the graduation ceremony has been split into two different ceremonies. Graduation for graduates with a B.S., excluding athletic training and natural sciences, will take place at 2 p.m. in Stewart Field House. Graduation for B.A., B.G.S., B. Music, B.S. in natural sciences, B.S.A.T., [...]

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Superhero sequel divergent from original (Audio Review)

07 May 2015

Escalation is the name of the game as members of the Avengers create something that they believe will prevent another alien invasion of Earth, much to the chagrin of the rest of the team. But is being too cautious better protection than taking risks?

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Paul Mata, Rachel Baker earn scholar athlete awards

06 May 2015

By Jonahs Joudrey Staff reporter The Southwestern College athletic department named their scholar athletes of the 2014-2015 season in Stewart Field House. Rachel Baker, accounting senior, and Paul Mata, philosophy senior, were named Most-Outstanding Student-Athletes in the ceremony at noon. There were six female athletes and five male athletes that were nominated by their respective coaches. Finalists for the [...]

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Track qualifies ten for nationals

06 May 2015

By Jacob Jimmerson Staff reporter The Builders will be traveling to Golf Shores, Ala for the national NAIA track meet which will be on April 21st-23rd. Eight girls and two guys have already qualified in a total of nine events for the women and three events for the men. Kayla Wilson, business sophomore, will compete in the long [...]

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Masterbuilders special honor revealed at graduation

06 May 2015

By Hanna House Staff reporter Being able to call yourself a Builder is an honor in itself, some select alumni are able to call themselves a Masterbuilder. Every year six seniors who have demonstrated what it means to be a Builder during their time at Southwestern receives a plaque and the title of Masterbuilder. “It is an award that [...]

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