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Taking life for granted: Student’s view on suicide

October 8, 2014

Filed under Features, Opinion

When suicide is brought up an entire wave of emotions go over me. To me there is no reason people should ever want to take their own lives. No matter how bad it gets we should remember that someone somewhere else has it way worse than what we do or at least what we think we do. For a second could we just not be so selfish and...

Costumes beginning to cut themselves short

October 8, 2014

With Halloween approaching fast, the pressure of finding a good costume grows more and more, and in my...

Students lack knowledge concerning current events

October 8, 2014

College students are often perceived by older generations as lacking in a field of current events. The...

Barriers can block relocation success

October 6, 2014

Major reasons that immigrants choose to relocate to the United States include an increase on their economic...

Immigrants knock on education’s door

October 6, 2014

In the coming months, the Crusader will be conducting a forum for discussion regarding immigration issues....

Drivers tired of parking lot confusion

October 6, 2014

Filed under Opinion

While parking at SCCC/ATS may be free, lately it seems that parking is a free-for-all due to the problems with the parking lot lanes. In some spaces, the lanes are not wide enough for a car to fit. In other areas, there are no lines at all, leaving students to park at random. This has left students complaining about tight spaces...

Academic

October 2, 2014

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One of the worst habits for a college student to have is procrastination. Instructors warn students the first day not to put off assignments until the last minute. Despite this, many college students find themselves up at 2 a.m., furiously writing out the paper they have known was due for weeks. If students can keep track of...

Online tools fuel the growth of student education beyond classroom walls

September 11, 2014

Filed under Features, Opinion

­­College homework can be overwhelming for even well prepared college freshmen. Endless all nighters, unfinished projects, tests, pop quizzes and group projects are just part of the curriculum for most college student’s experience. As technology progresses and as college courses modernize, it is becoming easier to find study...

There are many like it but this one has zombies

There are many like it but this one has zombies

November 19, 2012

They come for the original and well written story and stay for the zombies and multiplayer. Call of Duty: Black...

Academic goals differ from one to another

November 19, 2012

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I have come to the conclusion that I am not graduating this May. I am perfectly OK with that. I chose to not take as many credit hours as I should have. Why? For the simple fact that I dislike school. I can’t handle it. It’s too much for me sometimes. Is that a bad thing? Does that mean I’m a failure compared to the rest...

High school immaturity needs to stay out college

November 19, 2012

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During my time in college I have met people who are extraordinary, smart, mature, talented and funny, but I have also met people who are easily offended, unrealistic and act like idiots at the smallest things. “Sex” is a word that is casually thrown around by college students, yet there are people who cannot stand the word...

Student reflects on earning his first degree

November 19, 2012

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When I chose to go to Seward County Community College I didn’t actually plan on getting my associate degree. I figured I would go for two years, because that’s how long people go to community college, to save money on my general education courses. I was only really concerned with getting a four-year degree. My feelings changed...

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