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The Crusader

The student news site of Seward County Community College

The Crusader

The student news site of Seward County Community College

The Crusader

This reminder is posted on the doors at the SLC to remind students to keep their new ID with them. If students do not have their ID, they will be locked out of housing.

Don’t get locked out!

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
October 23, 2017

On Monday, Oct. 23, Seward County Community College started a new system for entering the dorms. For some students, this has been a hard thing to remember. ...

Parking permit deadline quickly approaching

Parking permit deadline quickly approaching

Gabby Rawlins, Reporter
October 3, 2016

All Seward County Community College students with vehicles are required to obtain a parking permit. These permits are part of a campus wide initiative...

Safety comes first

Safety comes first

October 27, 2014

Due to my two night classes and a 22 credit hour semester, I spend more time at the college than at home, especially in the evenings. I often find myself...

SCCC/ATS Security Badge

2014 Clery Act Reports Filed

October 8, 2014

Each year across the nation, the Department of Education requires colleges to file campus security and crime statistics information. Colleges are also...

Suggestions offered for student safety on campus

September 29, 2014

Security is an important part of Seward County Community College, from the 24- hour security guards to emergency phones located in classrooms. If students...

SCCC/ATS Security Badge

Police seize meth, gun in arrest at Hale Court

September 29, 2014

Liberal police took Remington Dean Orth, a 20-year-old male, into custody Sept. 24 at Seward’s Hale Court dorms. Orth was arrested between 8:30 and 9...

SC security rejects proposed concealed carry bill

SC security rejects proposed concealed carry bill

April 30, 2010

I’ve always considered myself to be a strong proponent of our second amendment rights to keep and bear arms. After all, I am a tried and true Bible-belt...

Concealed weapons bill raises fiscal and security concerns

April 1, 2010

Making its way to the Kansas legislature Senate floor is a bill that would allow people to carry a concealed weapon into any state or municipality facility,...

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