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Take a break from studying with de-stress week

Take a break from studying with de-stress week

April 29, 2019

With the end of the semester quickly approaching, many Seward County Community College students may ...

Photo Essay: Students participate in de-stress week

Photo Essay: Students participate in de-stress week

April 27, 2018

De-stress week is wrapping up. For the past week students have been participating in activities put on by the Stu...

Homecoming Week: Poker Night

Homecoming Week: Poker Night

January 23, 2018

Students gathered around to get instructions. Some were nervous because they’d never played Texas Hol...

SGA addresses anxiety over parking passes

SGA addresses anxiety over parking passes

September 27, 2016

Student anxiety over the newly required parking permits was discussed in the Sept. 26 Student Government...

SGA sets dates for events

SGA sets dates for events

September 14, 2016

Andy Ortiz began the Seward County Community Student Government Association’s weekly meeting by asking...

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...

All-Kansas academic team selected to represent Seward

All-Kansas academic team selected to represent Seward

November 30, 2011

Kelsey Cook and Kelsey Willson are proud to say they are representing SCCC/ATS on the All-Kansas academic...

Involvement and hard work leads to success

May 1, 2010

Jessica Palacios is an education major. While at Seward, she has been very involved in the college. She...

SGA prez puts gavel down

May 1, 2010

Filed under Entertainment, Features, News

Edgar Rosales is involved in his school. Some could make the argument that he is the most involved student at Seward County Community College/ Area Technical School. In his time at Seward, Rosales has been the Student Government Association president, a yell leader, a HALO member and will graduate as a presidential scholar....

Student Government elects next year’s officers

April 30, 2010

Filed under Features

Student Government Association elections for president, vice-president and secretary took place April 24-26. A total of 130 ballots were cast this year. It was one of the closest elections there has been in a while, according to director of student activities Wade Lyon. The two main candidates running for president of SGA were...

Students hit gridiron

Students hit gridiron

September 25, 2009

The football season is under way and the lack of a Seward County Community College/Area Technical School football team has not stopped students from being active part...

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