The Crusader

Keila Perez

Keila Perez

February 27, 2019

Why did you choose SCCC? "Cheap and small" What do you wanna do as a career? "I want to be a computer engine...

Community college vs. university

Community college vs. university

February 22, 2019

Attending college can be great step to further education. But, what’s the best avenue to take—commu...

The quest for a new Crusader logo begins

The quest for a new Crusader logo begins

February 16, 2018

Crusader News has been in search of a masthead/logo for quite sometime, but now it is time to make it h...

DACA: What you need to know

DACA: What you need to know

September 12, 2017

We cut through all of the "information" and boiled it down to these main points. If you are a "Dreamer," you need to know these things.

Alyssa Fisher

Alyssa Fisher

April 10, 2017

 I think the key to success has to do with hard work and being determined. You have to be able to push through all the hard times and make sure that you...

Phonathon raises scholarship money

Phonathon raises scholarship money

April 2, 2015

With the help of many student organizations, the Seward County Community College 2015 phonathon has had...

HALO Latinas in Chicago

HALO Latinas in Chicago

February 20, 2015

"If it is to be, it is up to me" Jimmy Cabrera said, president of Success Through Excellence, and is...

Students lack knowledge concerning current events

October 8, 2014

College students are often perceived by older generations as lacking in a field of current events. The...

Drivers tired of parking lot confusion

October 6, 2014

While parking at SCCC/ATS may be free, lately it seems that parking is a free-for-all due to the problems with the parking lot lanes. In some spaces, the lanes are not wide enough for a car to fit. In other areas, there are no lines at all, leaving students to park at random. This has left students complaining about tight spaces...

Creating a connection

September 29, 2014

Students need to make an effort to communicate with their instructors at the beginning of the semester. If they can establish a rapport with instructors early on, it will make any problems that occur later in the semester easier to handle. If instructors and students alike make the effort to touch base as often as possible,...

Identifying benefits of being college students

Identifying benefits of being college students

September 29, 2014

Don’t forget to get your student ID from the library. In order to get your ID you will need a class schedule so...

Seward nursing students volunteer at health fair

October 11, 2013

Nursing students from Seward County College/Area Technical School volunteered to administer lab tests...

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