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Tamara Seda of Mozambique stands beneath her national flag.

During its annual observation of International Student Day, Seward County Community College/Area Technical School celebrated its out-of-country students, and all they bring to the community college.

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It's a rare student who doesn't like to shop, and business instructor Lisa Kennedy has found a way to leverage that recreational
activity with educational goals and volunteer work. The results were unveiled to the public just in time for Christmas shopping when the Enactus club's E-Boutique staged its grand opening in December.

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PIE, Inc. the nonprofit group to advance Petroleum Industry Education, presents a a total of $110, 000 in funding to programs at SCCC/ATS, a gift that will impact the college for five full years.

PIE, Inc. the nonprofit group to advance Petroleum Industry Education, presented a a total of $110,000 in funding to programs at SCCC/ATS this fall.

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Students pause before the Top Hand Auction, which allowed agriculture program supporters to bid on farm and ranch help.

The farm and ranch way of life is alive and well, as demonstrated by 16 agriculture students from Seward County Community College/Area Technical School who went on the auction block to share their skills.

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College trustee Ron Oliver, left, visits with student Jose Martinez at a dinner before the final board meeting of the calendar year.

It wasn't family dinner, but it was the next best thing. In what has become an annual tradition, the Seward County Community College/Area Technical School Trustees sat down for dinner with 30 students before the board's final meeting of the year.

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Pianist Becky Robison joins in the merrymaking with vocal instructor Dr. Magda Silva at the December brunch.


Seward County Community College/Area Technical School invites the public to plan ahead now for the first "Sunday Brunch with the President" of 2015. The event is set for Feb. 8.

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