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Freshman education major, Lucero Loredo, works on a history assignment.

Lucero Loredo

Yesenia Soto and Amberley Taylor
January 16, 2018

What is your major? "My major is education." What grades would you like to teach when you are finished with school? "I would like to teach first or...

Studying his major in engineering, Jorge Mendoza catches up on his work in the student success center.

Changing your major too much?

Keynitra Houston , Photographer
February 7, 2017

Changing majors has been very common throughout the years of college education. Most college students change their majors, because they are unsure if they...

Former Crusader editor finds true calling in teaching

Former Crusader editor finds true calling in teaching

February 5, 2015

“You’re not making any money, you know?” “You’re going to be broke all the time.” “You could make more money working at National Beef.” Yeah,...

Maria Lara

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. An increase of diversity is evident not only...

Crusader photo/Rustin Watt
Fabiola Wisnesky and Ivan Michelli, center, sign to play tennis at Harding University in Searcy, Ark. Assistant coach Kelly Cook, left, and head coach David Workman, right, showed support for the athletes on their signings. Michelli and Wisnesky were respective captains for the Seward County men’s and women’s tennis teams.

Education main focus for tennis signees

April 24, 2009

Two Seward County Community College tennis players signed their names on the dotted line Wednesday afternoon. Ivan Michelli and Fabiola Wisnesky signed...

Crusader photo/ Chelsi Valdez 
Freshman Jordan Eder talks to a group of 24 students about where eggs come from during Farm Education Day on March 24. Over 1,219 elementary students from around the area were on campus for Farm Ed. Day. The Development received a check for $800 from Seward County Farm Bureau during Farm Ed. Day. The Farm Bureau helps with presentations during the day.

College hosts Farm Education Day

April 3, 2009

Over 1,000 young students participated in the 22nd annual Farm Education Day on the campus of Seward County Community College/ Area Technical School according...

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