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Seminole State College’s PSI Beta Psychology Honor Society took time out of their busy end-of-the-year school schedules this December to collect and donate toys for area children in need. The students worked with the Wewoka Head Start Program's Seminole Center to give toys to children who, without help, may not have a Christmas. (full psi beta article)
Seminole State College faculty and staff served a late-night breakfast at the beginning of finals week on Monday, Dec. 9 to over 100 students from the college’s residence halls.
Students were invited to bring their books to the E.T. Dunlap Student Union to study for final exams while they were served a full-course breakfast starting at 9 p.m.
SSC servers (standing left to right) were: Dr. Linda Goeller, Lana Reynolds, Donna Chambers, Darana Davis, Richard Schroyer, Dawna Hamm, Mark Goeller, Rayshell Clapper, Jordan Baker, Jamie Mills, Twila Kappele, Dustie Baker and Todd George. A few of the students in attendance (pictured seated around the table left to right from front center) were: Daniel Procoplo, Toronto, Canada; Cody McGill, Owasso; McKenzie Ashley, Blanchard, LA; Sutv Meely, Earlsboro; and Valerie Torres, Heber, CA.
Over 100 Seminole State College students took a break from studying to enjoy a hot breakfast at the Finals Eve Breakfast served by the SSC staff and faculty.