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Thais Allen, volleyball coach, served as dealer at one of the six tables. She kept the game moving and helped students understand the game in the beginning. Once everyone learned how to play, she kept her table laughing by egging on the betting and competition.

Homecoming Week: Poker Night

Photography II Class, Photographers
January 23, 2018

Students gathered around to get instructions. Some were nervous because they’d never played Texas Hold ‘em, but everyone was in it for the fun …...

The Satanta High School band plays in the Greenhouse on Saturday Jan. 13 during the game vs Garden. Throughout the month of January, different area high school bands are coming to play for home games.

Photo Essay: Satanta High School Band

Rubi Gallegos, Photographer
January 16, 2018

 

PBL elects officers: (l-r) Josie Palmer-Historian, Rogelio Pando-Secretary, Zachary Mansell-Vice President, Derryck Symons-Treasurer, Bryce Minor-President, Haley Lujan-Reporter, Guadalupe Mercado-Parliamentarian

Phi Beta Lambda start their journey

Angel Meza, Sports Editor
November 29, 2017

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is the world’s largest professional business fraternity, helping members prepare for careers in business. This year of 2017, PBL...

Sarahi Aguilera struts down the runway showing off her outfit. The Baker Arts Center put together a fashion show to highlight different cultures and styles in honor of Hispanic Heritage month that runs from Sept. 15- Oct. 15.

Photo Essay: Hispanic Heritage Month highlighted in fashion show

David Quiroz, Photographer
September 25, 2017
SCCC students participated in a Hispanic Heritage fashion show at Baker Arts Center, Sept. 23. They showed current fashion and even some traditional.
Field biology students take a trip to Turner falls Oklahoma. Students are required to go on two camping trips  to pass the Field Biology course. (File Photo)

Photo Essay: Field Biology students experience great outdoors

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
May 3, 2017

Field biology is a five credit hour camping course at Seward County Community College.Students must go on two trips in order to pass the course. The trips...

Developmental Instructor Frances Brown takes a look at one of the students soaps. O & G soapz priced their product at $3.00 each.

Photo Essay: Chemistry Soap Project

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
April 27, 2017

Chemistry 2 students had a soap project to sell the soaps they created in lab. The point of their project is to watch from the beginning and end. Chemistry...

Incoming freshmen for fall 2017 go through orientation to learn about policies, student login, and more. Each year Seward County Community College hosts All Saints Day to help new students and parents prepare for college.

Photo essay: All Saints day

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
April 24, 2017

   

Freshman Fred Garcia, launches a fierce  attack on the opposing team.

Photo Essay: Last team standing

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
April 20, 2017

SCCC brought intramural dodgeball to the greenhouse. Intramural sports also known as recreational sports, is organized within a particular institution....

Everly Romero made his decision to go into welding when he was in high school. SCCC welding technology students learn to fuse metals using an electric arc or gas torch. Classes involve a lot of hands-on teaching and projects.

Photo Essay: Students train to be artisans

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
April 12, 2017
SCCC welding technology students learn to fuse metals using an electric arc or gas torch. The one year program involve a lot of hands-on teaching and projects and prepares students for immediate careers in the industry.
Crusader photo/Xochitl Gonzales
Grant Glaze and Thayna Silva smiled and stood together for pictures after being crowned king and queen on homecoming night Saturday. Glaze represented the Crusader newspaper while Silva represented ISO. The two were selected from a group of students who were picked to represent organizations and clubs for the homecoming title. Glaze and Silva were the two representatives out of the top 10 with the most votes.

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February 20, 2015

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