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Dennis Le, a nursing major from Liberal, holds a picture of his childhood celebrity crush, Grant Gustin.

Dennis Le

Melvin Le, Reporter
February 4, 2022

What is it like to be a concurrent student? I really hate commuting from the high school to the college. It’s worth the sacrifice to see my friends...

Letty Muñoz

Letty Muñoz

Denise Perez and Maggie Ibarra
February 4, 2020

Why did you choose SCCC? I’ve lived in Liberal and then I moved to Hooker in high school and got a scholarship for Seward. Besides, it's cheaper. What...

Jackie Garcia has shed her past pessimism and now lives life with a smile most of the time. A new lifestyle has changed her, as she remains an aspiring nursing student.

Nursing student walks down path of self-discovery

Calen Moore, Co-Editor
December 9, 2019

Editor's note: This story references self-harm, depression and has some adult language. The viewing of this story may not be suited for everyone. Jackie...

The Allied health center is now open for use and has been since Oct. 14. Here, surgical technology, nursing, respiratory therapy and medical laboratory technology students are taught. Originally, the programs were held at the Epsworth center across town. The building was less spacious and was also getting too much to maintain at a economical level.

Medical students settle into new Allied Health building

William Swanson, Reporter
October 30, 2019

The Allied Health building officially opened on Oct. 14 with most of the programs finally settling in halfway through the semester. Originally, it was...

Mary Camargo Camacho, Elkhart freshman, wants to become a registered nurse.

Mary Camargo Camacho

Preston Burrows and Claudia Jones
September 3, 2019

Why was Seward County Community College your choice? SCCC was my first choice in picking a college because of the fact that it was closer to home and...

(left to right) Sandra Gonzalez, Ana Neave, Karina Vazquez, Karina Martinez, Nancy Acuna

Ana Neave

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
January 10, 2018

What is your life quote? “What you are is God’s gift to you, what you become is your gift to God.” What are your hobbies? "I like to workout...

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Last year SCCC/ATS students calling local businesses to help support campus organizations and clubs.

Phonathon calls for volunteers, offers prizes to fundraisers

March 6, 2015
The sixth annual Phonathon will be on March 23 through April 10 with two volunteer shifts every weeknight from 4:30 p.m. through 6:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. in room AA137 with 30 phones available.

Nursing students assist at health fair

October 8, 2014
By 6 a.m. Saturday, people were already lined up outside the Seward County Activity Center to get into the health fair. That caused Keeley Moree, health fair organizer, to start the fair earlier than the anticipated 7 a.m. to accommodate the crowd.
Giovanna Baca, Miss Liberal and former SCCC/ATS student, gets her lungs checked by SCCC/ATS respiratory student Jose Vidal at the health fair Saturday.

Seward nursing students volunteer at health fair

October 11, 2013

Nursing students from Seward County College/Area Technical School volunteered to administer lab tests and exams for the general public at the 2013 Health...

Nursing director retires after 29 years

April 30, 2010

Steve Hecox is retiring this year after 29 years of teaching and supervising in the Allied Health department of the college. Hecox grew up in Tyrone, Okla....


Nursing insrtuctor leaves college for hospital

April 24, 2009

Nursing instructor Susan Ingland is resigning after three years with Seward County Community College Allied Health to work at Southwest Medical Center. Ingland...

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