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Crusader receives awards at Florida convention

Crusader receives awards at Florida convention

November 9, 2011

Nine Crusader staff members and adviser Anita Reed were awed with the tropical wonders of Orlando, Fla., when they traveled to Orlando for the 90th...

GLASSBLOWING: Playing with fire

GLASSBLOWING: Playing with fire

November 9, 2011

Glassblower – or gaffer– Gary Marsh teaches students art skills near 3,000-degree heat caused by glass-melting furnaces. Student hands give shape to...

Perkins adds national award at ACCT leadership congress

October 18, 2011

Pam Perkins has now won two awards in recognition of her dedication to SCCC/ATS, one regional and the other national. President Duane Dunn and administrative...

Trick-or-Treat Street set for Halloween night

Trick-or-Treat Street set for Halloween night

October 18, 2011

Trick-or-Treat Street has become part of the Saints tradition. This annual event began back in 2000 in the campus cafeteria with a handful of attendees....

Teen pregnancies alter students’ lives

October 13, 2011

Allyson Borjas, 19, a sophomore at Seward County Community College, was 17 when she became pregnant. Borjas said she loves her son, but life has been a...

‘An Inspector Calls’  illuminates campus talent, awes audience

‘An Inspector Calls’ illuminates campus talent, awes audience

October 13, 2011

Silence to pandemonium. The audience jumped to their feet and the auditorium erupted in applause after Thursday’s performance of “An Inspector Calls.”...

Radford stuns audience with skill

Radford stuns audience with skill

October 13, 2011

Ronald Radford, the only person to ever receive a Fulbright Scholarship to Spain in flamenco guitar, performed on Oct. 15 at the SCCC/ATS auditorium. Radford...

Spooky Saints Run Oct. 27

October 13, 2011

Ghouls, monsters, and creepy creatures running around four days prior to Halloween sounds somewhat spooky; however, these monsters won’t be chasing any...

HALO attends Midwest Encuentro

HALO attends Midwest Encuentro

October 13, 2011

“You go high, as far as you want to go; there is always a road that will take you there,” said keynote speaker Dr. Juan Andrade, as he addressed the...

Nguyen designs life around his music artistic talents

Nguyen designs life around his music artistic talents

October 13, 2011

Ton Nguyen, freshman and art major, describes himself as being three different people: DjTon, who is known for his musical abilities, the Ton seen at school...

Numbers reflect 2 percent  increase in fall enrollment

Numbers reflect 2 percent increase in fall enrollment

October 13, 2011

The numbers are in and the demographics have been released. This academic year, 45 percent of students are enrolled full time, and there are 55 percent...

Hook-Gray to sign books at campus event Oct. 9

Hook-Gray to sign books at campus event Oct. 9

September 27, 2011

Sandy Alfaro Crusader staff Lidia Hook-Gray is a realtor, a local historian, and now an author. Hook-Gray recently published a pictorial book titled “Liberal...

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