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Navigating FAFSA: A Brief Guide to Financial Aid Success!

Navigating FAFSA: A Brief Guide to Financial Aid Success!

Nubia Rodriguez and Luis Rivera Rede
March 31, 2024

TURN IN YOUR FAFSA! Are you nervous and don’t know what to do? DON'T BE! First of all, what is FAFSA? How would it help? FAFSA stands for Free Application...

Betty Hallman, an owner of the llamas, helps a first-grade girl pet a llama. Hallman explains to the girl why they have llamas and the importance of their fur.

First graders learn about agriculture on Farm Education Day

Zoe Lampe and Nubia Rodriguez
March 28, 2024

Farm Bureau members and Southwestern Heights High School hosted Farm Education Day at Seward County Community College for the local first graders on March...

During his free time, Alejandro Estrada sometimes likes to play videogames. Some of his favorites include “God of War” and “Red Dead Redemption”.

Alejandro Estrada

Nubia Rodriguez, Reporter
January 23, 2024

What made you decide on natural gas [technology] as your major?  I have family that has already been in the natural gas program. So, I decided to give...

Saints soccer team joyfully posing after a home win.

First SCCC Men’s Soccer beat the odds, made it to playoffs

Zoe Lampe and Roselyne Garay
December 11, 2023

Aug. 23 was Seward County Community College's first ever soccer game. The stands were packed full with excited fans waiting for the game. Unfortunately,...

Sebastian De las Salas is a full time student and Saints tennis player. He also regularly attends Detours College Ministry Bible studies.

Sebastian De Las Salas

Roselyne Garay, Reporter
November 15, 2023

 Who are you and where are you from? I am Sebastian De Las Salas. I am from Venezuela, I was born in Venezuela and then moved to Columbia 6 years ago. What...

Crusaders provide healthy daily habits

Crusaders provide healthy daily habits

Zoe Lampe, Reporter
October 25, 2023

With midterms past and fall transitioning to winter, many SCCC students may be facing obstacles and stresses, from general illnesses of the season to hectic...

Wilson once again in the air, but this time going for a spike as the ball approaches its maximum height. Wilson holds a total of 214 kills with an average of 2.40 per set.

Lady Saints Volleyball loses 0-3 in Pink Out game against Barton Cougars

On the night of Wednesday, Oct. 11, the Lady Saints volleyball team played against the Barton Community College Cougars. While the Lady Saints fought against...

Marcos Montoya takes a break from working on his personal health from working at the gym. He says “That’s [the gym] my second home, basically. I’m there more than I am at my own house.”

Marcos Montoya

Luis Rivera Rede, Reporter
September 25, 2023

Who are you and where do you come from? Who am I? I’m Marcos Alexander Montoya, I’m 18-years-old currently attending Seward County Community College....

Hispanic Heritage Month arrives at SCCC

Hispanic Heritage Month arrives at SCCC

Roselyne Garay and Luis Rivera Rede
September 20, 2023

Hispanic Heritage Month - a month of celebration and representation of the Hispanic communities - began on Sept. 15, and ends Oct. 15. During this month,...

Ryan Shields jumps past a Lope and speeds by with the ball. A midfielder on the team, Shields, comes from Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom.

Saints soccer team snags victory over Lamar Lopes in second half

Roselyne Garay, Reporter
September 5, 2023

The Saints soccer team scored a big win in the night game against Lamar Community College on Thursday, Aug. 31. After both teams equally fought and tied...

Isaac Canelon takes a break from playing UNO in the Student Living Center. Canelon also plays baseball for Seward County Community College and works as a personal trainer.

Isaac Canelon

Zoe Lampe, Reporter
August 28, 2023

Where are you from and what do you miss most about home? I’m from Venezuela. The thing that I miss is my culture. Basically, we’re always happy...

Kevin Gleason spends time either around campus or in his office when he’s not teaching a class. When in his office he relaxes while working.

Kevin Gleason

Daniel Rodriguez, Reporter
May 1, 2023

What made you want to be a historian? Stories, I love the stories. They are more fascinating than movies or TV shows. Which of your pets would you...

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