Student Journalism @ SCCC/ATS

Security report on last two incidents of February

2015 SCCC/ATS CRIME AND FIRE LOG To comply with the reporting requirements of the Clery Act, SCCC/ATS obtains the required statistics for campus crimes and fires by information given in person, phone, email, confidential, and any other reasonably communicated method. Crimes Statistics for the last three (3) years can also be found online at sccc.edu in the Security Section under the Current Students tab. Information relating to policies and procedures

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Traveling Tips

SISTERHOOD OF THE TRAVELING PANTS Pack so you can dress appropriately. If you are going to the beach, do not forget a sweater or jacket. Even a beach can get chilly when the sun goes down. Consider rolling your clothes so you can have more room in your suitcase for other items. ONE FOR THE MONEY Even though it is safer to carry a debit or credit card, don’t forget

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Saints reflect on Region VI loss

The final game of the season for the Saints was against the No. 7 team in the nation, Butler, in the Region VI Tournament. The Saints never once gave up the lead in the second half of the game, which had everyone believing that they would surely be moving up in bracket that night, but two free throws from their opponent with merely 6.2 seconds to go tied the game.

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Rough start for spring season

Friday afternoon in Salina, Lady Saints tennis players Paula Coyos and Paula Lopez defeated their competition during Se- ward’s tournament against Kansas Wesleyan. Unfortunately Seward took a tough loss when the tournament ended with only Coyos and Lopez taking home wins in singles and doubles. Ranked second in the nation, Lope and Coyos as a duo never let up and defeated the Djurdjina and Zimmerman duo 8-0. Seward’s Naomie Bukassa

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Saints sweep Kansas Wesleyan

On the other side of the courts on Friday in Salina, the men’s team scored the points that the Lady Saints unfortunately lacked. Sweeping the tournament against the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes 9-0, the Saints seem to have a strong chance to make it far in the season. Sophomore Ronzai Saurombe explains that the team’s success has a lot to do with the new line up. “I feel very positive about

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Tuition rates increase for SCCC

Tuition, housing and credit hour rates will increase for Seward County Community College in the upcoming school year, 2015-2016.

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Pi Day to be celebrated Friday

The nationwide celebration of Pi Day is special because it is the first time in years that the date 3/14/15 corresponds to the 3.14159265358979323846…actual pi number.

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Coltrain plows into sustainable ag program

In the next couple of weeks, David Coltrain, resources program specialist, will begin to plant vegetables on the four acres of ground that Seward County Community College has for the sustainable agriculture program.

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College trustees approve price increase for tuition, dorms, meals SCCC/ATS cost remains lowest in region

At its regular meeting Monday night, the Seward County Community College/Area Technical School Board of Trustees approved a slight increase to the college’s tuition and fees for the 2015-16 school year. The $5 increase brings the price of one credit hour at the college to $84, still below neighboring colleges, whose prices per credit hour can be as high as $98.

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Dodgeball tourney provides excitement for students, staff

The third night of intramural dodgeball ensued on March 9 as some teams continued dominance and others attempted to right the ship.

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Phonathon calls for volunteers, offers prizes to fundraisers

The sixth annual Phonathon will be on March 23 through April 10 with two volunteer shifts every weeknight from 4:30 p.m. through 6:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. in room AA137 with 30 phones available.

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Shortened bus hours limit public

Transportation is very important in a town like Liberal because not everything is in walking distance.

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