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SCCC partnered with FHSU to help students who want to pursue a degree in social work be able to get their bachelors at SCCC. The program will take place in online classes and a three hour night class once a week.

Social Work Program through FHSU at SCCC

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
December 1, 2017

Seward County Community College and Fort Hays State University have announced a new program for students wanting to go into a social work program. It gives...

Angelica Alfaro enjoys free coffee in the bookstore on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

The Mysteries of Coffee

Andrea Sanchez, Reporter
November 28, 2017

The cold season is here and there’s nothing better than a free hot cup of coffee or hot chocolate from the Saints Bookstore on a Tuesday morning to keep...

How to save money during the holidays

How to save money during the holidays

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
November 20, 2017

As the holiday season rolls around, many of us are busy making lists and mental notes as to what we are planning to give to those special people in our...

SCCC students were asked if they enjoyed Christmas or Thanksgiving more through a survey.

SCCC students anxiously await Christmas

Alondra Trevizo , Reporter
November 14, 2017

As November hits, Seward County Community College students prepare for the upcoming holidays. While some are more than willing to put their christmas tree...

Students reveal what unusual things they have in their backpacks.

Backpack necessities and mishaps

Alondra Trevizo , Reporter
November 9, 2017

Backpacks are a sacred place where important textbooks and homework are placed, but some students at Seward County Community College have some unusual...

Can Competition to be hosted for Clubs

Can Competition to be hosted for Clubs

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
November 8, 2017

Seward County Community College is hosting a food drive competition to help others during the Thanksgiving holiday. The competition will consist of many...

The Auto Body Collision Repair program is taking donations for their Thanksgiving baskets until Nov. 17. Donations can be dropped off in Celeste M. Donovans or Travis Comb’s office.

Auto Body Collision Repair provides Thanksgiving for families

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
November 3, 2017

The Seward County Community College Auto Body Collision Repair program is doing a community service project to collect food and other goods for gift baskets...

Jose Alvarado sleeps his stress away. “I think taking naps really helps me before I attend my next class. It refreshes my memory and keeps me awake during class,” Alvarado said.

Naps are important part of life

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
October 17, 2017

Slumping onto the chair next to him, a student takes an early morning nap. He doesn't seem bothered by his surroundings, a normally quiet library, and...

How do you nap?

How do you nap?

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
October 17, 2017

It seems that everyone at SCCC takes a nap. They might deny it, but deep down, we all know it's true. So, Crusader got to the bottom of it by taking to...

Is the transfer process from SCCC to a four-year school confusing? Talk to your advisor!

4 tips to help navigate the transfer maze

Andrea Sanchez, Reporter
September 19, 2017

If you are a student looking to transfer to a four-year university, it’s important to keep a goal in mind from the very beginning of your freshman...

Photo illustration of SCCC students frustrated with their homework.

SOOOOO done with it!

Michelle Mattich , Reporter
September 7, 2017

At the beginning of every school year, colleges around the country welcome  incoming freshmen who have chosen to get a higher education and every year,...

Athletes come from all over the world to play for SCCC.

How do international athletes find SCCC?

Angel Meza, Photographer
September 6, 2017

Seward County Community College prides itself on the diversity of its student body. Many of the students are from places other than Kansas, including different...

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