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Nickelson returns to teach education

Diane Nickelson, new assistant professor of teacher education for Southwestern, is no stranger to the halls of the private college.

From Aug. 28 to Sept. 2, we will be uploading two profiles per day of the new faculty and staff members at the college.

New MBA director finds Winfield familiar

The quiet hustle and bustle in the town of Winfield suits Debbie McAlister-Gallander just fine.

Purple team triumphs over white in football scrimmage 26-21 (Slideshow)

The Builder football team held the purple and white scrimmage on Aug. 21 at 8:30 p.m. in the Richard L. Jantz Stadium. At the end, the purple team ended up winning 26-21.

Women’s soccer kicks off season with scrimmage against NOC (Slideshow)

By Kylie Stamper

Proposed NFL D-League would benefit all

By Pete Moye’ Staff reporter While it is clear as day that college sports, more specifically football, needs reform, no one quite knows the right answer. Well, I do. In efforts to satisfy players’ want to be professional, National Collegiate Athletic Association’s desire to uphold academics above all other factors, and the National Football League’s quest for a [...]

Lady Builders snag championship

By Daniel Van Sickle Staff reporter The Lady Builders won the KCAC championship Monday at Buffalo Dunes in Garden City, Kansas. Competing at the tournament were five schools: Southwestern College, Ottawa University, Kansas Wesleyan, Bethany College, and Sterling College. Of those schools only Bethany and Ottawa had the proper 5 players. Still with a total score of [...]

Nickelson returns to teach education

26 August 2014

Diane Nickelson, new assistant professor of teacher education for Southwestern, is no stranger to the halls of the private college.

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26 August 2014

From Aug. 28 to Sept. 2, we will be uploading two profiles per day of the new faculty and staff members at the college.

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New MBA director finds Winfield familiar

26 August 2014

The quiet hustle and bustle in the town of Winfield suits Debbie McAlister-Gallander just fine.

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Purple team triumphs over white in football scrimmage 26-21 (Slideshow)

21 August 2014

The Builder football team held the purple and white scrimmage on Aug. 21 at 8:30 p.m. in the Richard L. Jantz Stadium. At the end, the purple team ended up winning 26-21.

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Women’s soccer kicks off season with scrimmage against NOC (Slideshow)

21 August 2014

By Kylie Stamper

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Proposed NFL D-League would benefit all

01 May 2014

By Pete Moye’ Staff reporter While it is clear as day that college sports, more specifically football, needs reform, no one quite knows the right answer. Well, I do. In efforts to satisfy players’ want to be professional, National Collegiate Athletic Association’s desire to uphold academics above all other factors, and the National Football League’s quest for a [...]

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Lady Builders snag championship

29 April 2014

By Daniel Van Sickle Staff reporter The Lady Builders won the KCAC championship Monday at Buffalo Dunes in Garden City, Kansas. Competing at the tournament were five schools: Southwestern College, Ottawa University, Kansas Wesleyan, Bethany College, and Sterling College. Of those schools only Bethany and Ottawa had the proper 5 players. Still with a total score of [...]

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Clippers owner allegedly makes bigoted comments

28 April 2014

Saturday, TMZ released an audio record of an alleged exchange between Sterling and his girlfriend, V. Stiviano, in which Sterling had a problem with her associating with black people.

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Student life hosts pre-finals block party

28 April 2014

The most stressful time of the year is upon college students. As summer creeps up, there is one more major obstacle for students to overcome before summer: finals week. As students cram to learn all they can, STUFU, RES life, and SGA host a block party to offer a time of fun between study sessions.

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Students gather at International Picnic (Slideshow)

27 April 2014

The International Club held their annual picnic at the Welcome Center on April 27.

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