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Upcoming Non-Credit Offerings

Upcoming Non-Credit Offerings

January 16, 2020

Finney County Economic Development Corporation with its partnership to Garden City Community College has increased the number of non-credit courses offerings in 2020. One a unique opportunity to expand one's taste buds. “Brewhouse Flight School,” is the first non-credit course held on Jan. 31, 2...

GCCC To Host Author & Philanthropist

GCCC To Host Author & Philanthropist

Rilee Harris

January 14, 2020

On Friday, Jan. 17, 2020, Garden City Community College will host Bob Hopkins to promote his new book and share his discoveries about the gifts of giving back. Hopkins graduated from Garden City High School in 1961 and recently published "Philanthropy Misunderstood: One Hundred Plus Stories From ...

Student Stress

Student Stress

Rilee Harris

December 2, 2019

As students start running their last leg of fall semester, tensions are high. Finals, studying, and, assignments all seem to pile up one after another creating unhealthy levels of stress. Stress can be a motivator to accomplish daily tasks. It can even help and individual accomplish lifetime goals. However,...

Buster Highlight: Glenda Owens

Buster Highlight: Glenda Owens

Rilee Harris

November 25, 2019

The Woman Riders World Relay, or WRWR, is an organization created by Hayley Bell from the UK. WRWR organizes and participates in a women's motor bike relay around the world. The relay covers remote, daring, and vast parts of the world. The organization has more than 10,000 group members from over 80...

Holiday Giving at Garden City Community College

Holiday Giving at Garden City Community College

Shyenne Salas

November 21, 2019

As the weather starts to get colder, and Nov. begins, the season of giving is just beginning. During this time, people from around the area donate clothes, toys, and food for those in need. Garden City Community College's organizations are giving this season too.   Tau Epsilon Lambda, or T.E.L.,...

GCCC and Burtis Motor Company Annual “Fill a Ford” Toy Drive

GCCC and Burtis Motor Company Annual “Fill a Ford” Toy Drive

Rilee Harris

November 21, 2019

Collegiate Farm Bureau and Block and Bridle at Garden City Community College are partnering with Burtis Motor Company and the Salvation Army to provide Christmas gifts to children who are less fortunate this holiday season. Those interested in donating can bring new unwrapped toys to help the students...

Garden City Community College Quiz Bowl Starts Season Taking First at Their Opening Tournament

Garden City Community College Quiz Bowl Starts Season Taking First at Their Opening Tournament

Kolton Maturey

November 8, 2019

Quiz Bowl Starts off their 2019 and 2020 season with the opportunity to host the opening tournament right here at Garden City Community College on Saturday, Nov. 2. In attendance of the tournament was Dodge City Community College with one team and Redlands Community College brought three to represent them...

KMEA Prep-Day

KMEA Prep-Day

Rilee Harris

October 24, 2019

On Wednesday, Oct. 16. Garden City Community College hosted their first KMEA prep-day for high school students. Band and choir directors from the college, and other high schools around the garden city area, came to the college to help students prepare for their auditions. Band and choir students form...

GCCC Offers E-sports

GCCC Offers E-sports

Gerardo Aparicio, Staff

October 14, 2019

On Oct. 4, Garden City Community College introduced its first NJCAA E-sports team. E-sports is much like traditional sports, except players engages in competitive video gaming. GCCC’s E-sports team currently has four players recruited by team manager David Larsen. Larsen commented on why he thinks...

Tis The Season To Be Spooky

Tis The Season To Be Spooky

Sophie Lowry

October 10, 2019

With the start of October, and the weather cooling down, it’s starting to feel like spooky season. There’s a lot of ways to celebrate spooky season here around Garden City. One event is even happening on campus! The residential life assistants are hosting a haunted house in the Beth Tedrow S...

Exit Left Stage

Exit Left Stage

Kolton Maturey

October 9, 2019

A change in the scheduling of Garden City Community College’s theater program College Players has moved the anticipated play Death of a Salesman to their April performance next semester. When asked, over email interview, why this change had occurred Phil Hoke, College Players director, stated, “One...

Student Highlight- Emily Glenn

Student Highlight- Emily Glenn

Rilee Harris, Staff

October 4, 2019

The Kansas Farm Bureau Collegiate Fellows program allows future leaders the opportunity to develop their skills and learn firsthand about the Farm Bureau policy. The fellows will dedicate a few hours of their time each moth during the school year to this program and in return they attain valuable skills,...

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