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Andrea Sanchez

Andrea Sanchez, Club Reporter (Fall)

Andrea Sanchez is a second year student at SCCC planning to transfer to KU in the spring of 2018. She is majoring in psychology given her fascination of the human mind and behavior. In her spare time, Andrea enjoys hiking, camping, swimming, reading and going on adventures. She hopes to travel the world someday and learn about different cultures. Andrea appreciates every learning opportunity and people with a good sense of humor. She absolutely loves coffee!

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¡Sí se puede!

¡Sí se puede!

November 29, 2017

Jimmy Cabrera’s personal motto is “sí se puede,” which in Spanish means “yes, we can.” The guest speaker told the audience at Seward County...

Angelica Alfaro enjoys free coffee in the bookstore on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

The Mysteries of Coffee

November 28, 2017

The cold season is here and there’s nothing better than a free hot cup of coffee or hot chocolate from the Saints Bookstore on a Tuesday morning to keep...

David Quiroz, freshman art major, looks through an app on his phone during Photography class. It was part of the in-class assignment but he openly admits to pulling his phone out and using it, even when it’s not allowed.

Turn off your cell phone during class!

November 13, 2017

In the last few years, the use of electronic devices in the classroom has become acceptable. With student’s eagerness to stay communicated and entertained,...

Andrea Sanchez and her boyfriend, Mitchell Irby, attend different schools. They maintain  a long distance relationship through hard work.

Surviving a long distance relationship is hard work

October 11, 2017

Long distance relationships may be difficult but, the effort put into the relationship can definitely worth it if you feel that person is the one. My boyfriend...

A student walks the sober line with distorted goggles during Raise the Bar activities, Sept. 20, in the student union. Students were able to experience different affects of drunk driving, learn about suicide prevention and help for domestic violence at the event.

SCCC takes action on alcohol prevention

September 21, 2017

Raise the Bar took place on Wednesday, Sept. 20 at the Student Union. The event, funded by Seward County Community College’s alcohol prevention grant,...

Is the transfer process from SCCC to a four-year school confusing? Talk to your advisor!

4 tips to help navigate the transfer maze

September 19, 2017

If you are a student looking to transfer to a four-year university, it’s important to keep a goal in mind from the very beginning of your freshman...

Previous HALO members at the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute in Chicago, Illinois. (Crusader file photo)

Ever heard of HALO?

September 19, 2017

The Hispanic American Leadership Organization (HALO) is a club at Seward County Community College dedicated to helping and supporting the community, as...

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