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Lady Builders fall 1-0 to NCAA Div. III University of Dallas New mathematics professor steps up to bat Flamenco lover starts new teaching chapter Women Men Jones brings big ideas for theater department New volleyball coach strives for success on and off the court
 

Lady Builders fall 1-0 to NCAA Div. III University of Dallas

With a little bit over 300 miles on them and an outrageous 95 degree temperature on the field, the Lady Builder soccer team fell short to NCAA Div. III University of Dallas on their first ever match against them.

New mathematics professor steps up to bat

By Kacey Stout Staff reporter Baseball is her favorite sport and the Kansas City Royals are her team. She also fancies a good tennis match. She can be found enjoying the eloquent sonorous music of opera or getting her hands dirty in the backyard tending to her flowers. These are the hobbies of Marcia Stoesz, instructor of mathematics. Stoesz was [...]

Flamenco lover starts new teaching chapter

By Dru Pelter Staff reporter Shaoshana Wernick, like other professors on the first day on the job spent time getting back to people through hundreds of emails and getting her lesson plans organized. Wernick was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and really has been all over the world, living in places like the United States, South Africa [...]

Women’s soccer conquers first game

Women’s soccer is off to a good start in their 2014 season. The first game of the season was played against Southwestern Assemblies of God University Friday and they won 2-0.

Men’s soccer game rescheduled due to weather

Hanna House Staff reporter The men’s soccer team traveled to Dallas, Texas to play Southern Assemblies of God on Friday. The game was cancelled due to bad weather. Their next game will be at 12 p.m. Aug. 31 at the University of Texas. Hanna House is a sophomore majoring in communication. You may email her at hanna.house@sckans.edu.

Jones brings big ideas for theater department

By Kyle Hernandez Staff reporter Lee Jones is the Technical Director for the TOMARI Theatrical Arts and Technologies Center. He was the theater technician for Plano Stages in Plano, Texas and has also worked in Denton, Texas at the Children’s Drama School. Jones has recently graduated from McMurry University in Abilene, Texas. In high school, Jones spent most [...]

New volleyball coach strives for success on and off the court

By Gabby Gamez Staff reporter Carolina Garbato, volleyball head coach, is from São Paulo, Brazil. Being more than 5,000 miles from home does not hinder Garbato from achieving her goals one step at a time. Although she has only been in Kansas since the beginning of August, Garbato has brought an open mind and a winning mentality [...]

Lady Builders fall 1-0 to NCAA Div. III University of Dallas

31 August 2014

With a little bit over 300 miles on them and an outrageous 95 degree temperature on the field, the Lady Builder soccer team fell short to NCAA Div. III University of Dallas on their first ever match against them.

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New mathematics professor steps up to bat

31 August 2014

By Kacey Stout Staff reporter Baseball is her favorite sport and the Kansas City Royals are her team. She also fancies a good tennis match. She can be found enjoying the eloquent sonorous music of opera or getting her hands dirty in the backyard tending to her flowers. These are the hobbies of Marcia Stoesz, instructor of mathematics. Stoesz was [...]

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Flamenco lover starts new teaching chapter

31 August 2014

By Dru Pelter Staff reporter Shaoshana Wernick, like other professors on the first day on the job spent time getting back to people through hundreds of emails and getting her lesson plans organized. Wernick was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and really has been all over the world, living in places like the United States, South Africa [...]

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Women’s soccer conquers first game

30 August 2014

Women’s soccer is off to a good start in their 2014 season. The first game of the season was played against Southwestern Assemblies of God University Friday and they won 2-0.

Read the full story

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Men’s soccer game rescheduled due to weather

30 August 2014

Hanna House Staff reporter The men’s soccer team traveled to Dallas, Texas to play Southern Assemblies of God on Friday. The game was cancelled due to bad weather. Their next game will be at 12 p.m. Aug. 31 at the University of Texas. Hanna House is a sophomore majoring in communication. You may email her at hanna.house@sckans.edu.

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Jones brings big ideas for theater department

29 August 2014

By Kyle Hernandez Staff reporter Lee Jones is the Technical Director for the TOMARI Theatrical Arts and Technologies Center. He was the theater technician for Plano Stages in Plano, Texas and has also worked in Denton, Texas at the Children’s Drama School. Jones has recently graduated from McMurry University in Abilene, Texas. In high school, Jones spent most [...]

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New volleyball coach strives for success on and off the court

29 August 2014

By Gabby Gamez Staff reporter Carolina Garbato, volleyball head coach, is from São Paulo, Brazil. Being more than 5,000 miles from home does not hinder Garbato from achieving her goals one step at a time. Although she has only been in Kansas since the beginning of August, Garbato has brought an open mind and a winning mentality [...]

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New program helps students in academics

28 August 2014

When looking up the 77 steps that lead to the Christy Administration Building, one can sense the tradition and pride that surrounds and envelopes the entire area.

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Dr. Winnie arrives with positive mindset

28 August 2014

Dr. Brian Winnie, director of choral activities and voice, is in the music department and specializes in the choral arts.

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Barker seeks growth for Political Science department

28 August 2014

Chris Barker, assistant professor political science, has a PH.D in political science from Claremont Graduate University.

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