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Two Selected for NISROD Honors

Two Selected for NISROD Honors

February 14, 2013

Mike “Beetle” Bailey is fiscal officer and administration assistant who is a recipient of the 2013 National Institute for Staff and Organization...

Senate bill allows high school seniors to graduate with collegiate certificate

January 29, 2013

High school students are now able to take courses at Seward County Community College/ Area Technical with no cost, due to Kansas Senate Bill 155. Classes...

Halo gets extreme makeover

November 19, 2012

Halo is back and it’s better than ever. If you know anything about Halo then you might be a little skeptical about 343 Industries making Halo games now...

The Crusader staff stands by Cloud Gate at Millennium Park in Chicago, Ill. The staff traveled to Chicago for a national journalism convention. Staff is as follows, front row, from left, Jeremiah Wilson, Jose Medrano, adviser Anita Reed,  Tonya Loewen, Fabi Pena, Cinthia Serna, Sandy Alfaro and Celestina Padilla. Back row, from left, Jordan Long, Martin Pinon, Jakub Stepanovic, Dawn Shouse, Matthew Adkins and Dylan Sandell.

Crusader staff wins national awards at Chicago convention

November 19, 2012

The Crusader scored national success with two prestigious “Best of Show” awards at the National Media Convention, Oct. 31- Nov. 4 in Chicago. The students...

Seward County welcomes international player Marta Oledzka to the women’s basketball team. Oledzka stands tall at 6-feet-6-inches.

Lady Saints roster adds 6-foot-6-inch center

November 19, 2012

One international player who fans should watch for on the Lady Saints women’s basketball team this season is 6-foot-6-inch Marta Oledzka. Oledzka...

College president Dr. Duane Dunn speaks to a crowd of students, faculty and ISO members during the annual international flag ceremony Tuesday. Students from Colvin Adult Learning Center also attended.

International Student Organization hosts ceremony

November 19, 2012

The International Student Organization’s annual flag ceremony was hosted Tuesday at noon during the Thanksgiving feast in the Student Union. Several...

SCCC/ATS intstructor Marcia Hatcher teaches the complexities of business mangement to students.

Instructor designs digital course, recieves recogntion

November 19, 2012

If you are studying business then you may already know Marcia Hatcher, but what you may not know is how she started in business. “Do you really want...

Interviews take place for counseling postion

November 19, 2012

Students and faculty participated in interviews with two candidates for a counselor position at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School....

SIFE changes to Enactus

November 19, 2012

Students in Free Enterprise, or SIFE, a program that helps university students create community projects, has changed its name to Enactus. According to...

Livestock judging coach steps down

November 19, 2012

Livestock judging coach and agriculture instructor Brett Crow will be stepping down from his position at the end of this semester. Since February of 2009,...

Lynn Donovan, a student at SCCC/ATS, sits next to one of her paintings and displays on a tablet the book she help co-author . Donovan helped write “The Clockwork Dragon,” which was written by three authors.

SCCC student co-authors fantasy book

November 19, 2012

“The Clockwork Dragon” is a book about a legion of demons who inhabit a golden dragon and eagerly wait for someone to let them out. The book is written...

SCCC/ATS English instructor relates experiences

October 25, 2012

The smell of coffee fills the room, books line the shelves and a stack of bluebooks lay on a desk. The room is not a library or a study, but the office...

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