The Seminole Scribe is Seminole State College's official student newspaper. Improve your writing skills and gain valuable journalism experience with the editors and staff of The Seminole Scribe.
Viewpoints expressed in columns and letters to the editor are the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of The Seminole Scribe or Seminole State College. Letters or columns can be emailed or dropped off at the office in room J-107. If you are submitting a letter to the editor, please limit it to 500 words and include your phone number, name and area of study or affiliation. Letters will not be printed anonymously. We reserve the right to reject letters.
The Seminole Scribe is a student-run newspaper that aims to construct a publication of professionalism. Through each individual staffer’s utmost potential, we write for the interest of the College and its student body to deliver a quality news and entertainment source that upholds traditional journalistic values.
The Seminole Scribe is a “designated public forum.” Student-editors have the authority to make all content decisions without censorship or advance approval.