• Wes Oestreich honored for support

    Wes Oestreich honored for support

    McKenzie Rogers, Student Reporter

    MILFORD - The Associated General Contractors student chapter at Milford recognized one of its ardent supporters.  That supporter is Wes Oestreich. Oestreich has helped the SCC Milford campus Building Construction and Design and Drafting Technology programs as well as the AGC for many years by donating...

    Above, Wes Oestreich of Cheever Construction, who was recently honored for his support of SCC and the AGC Milford student chapter, talks to Building Construction students at the September 2016 Construction Career Day. Cheever Construction was one of the major contributors and participants in the event that drew 240 high school students from across the state.

    Ron Petsch

  • Academic Transfer: A unique path to your bachelor’s degree

    Academic Transfer: A unique path to your bachelor’s degree

    Brian H. Bulin, Student Reporter

    The Academic Transfer program is the alternative way to get more bang for your buck. With the economy and student loan debt looking as though they are here to stay, finding a better, more efficient way to utilize one’s money (or student loans, like me) is the best way for us students to show the...

  • Lincoln campus unveils new store

    Lincoln campus unveils new store

    In her 25 years as bookstore manager, Pam Sedlacek says the store’s move last December was definitely one of the more momentous occasions. “This is the best change,” she said. “Now we’re able to have all of our items in one location; I can go in the back room and not run down the hall. That’s...

  • Business incubator gives businesses head starts

    Business incubator gives businesses head starts

    Julian Hayden, Student Reporter

    LINCOLN - For 10 years, SCC’s Entrepreneurship Center has had an opportunity that allows for people to start, grow and improve their businesses. The Entrepreneurship Center’s Business Incubation program is designed to provide a space for beginning entrepreneurs to build their business from the ground...

    These are the alumni of the SCC Business Incubator at the Entrepreneurship Center.

  • A man’s best friend has found his purpose in life

    A man’s best friend has found his purpose in life

    Lauren White, Student Reporter

    Director Lasse Hallström of “A Dog’s Purpose” brought multiple genres into one movie while keeping it family friendly. Adventure, romance, drama and a little comedy accompany this fun-filled motion picture. This live-action movie looks at the life of a dog who comes back five different times...

    Randy Quaid, right, stars in "A Dog's Purpose."

Electronic Systems Technology: taking learning further with an internship

Electronic Systems Technology: taking learning further with an internship

Brian Bulin, Student Reporter

LINCOLN—Learning the fundamental concepts of electronics in class and applying them in the lab will be enough to get a good job when a student graduates, but building a...

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Lady Storm hopes to improve record in season’s second half

Lady Storm hopes to improve record in season’s second half

January 30

Storm earns third straight road win

Storm earns third straight road win

January 25

Storm men get a road win at Hesston

Storm men get a road win at Hesston

November 28

New campus bookstore coming to Lincoln campus for January

New campus bookstore coming to Lincoln campus for January

November 15

CCSO announces scholarship winners

CCSO announces scholarship winners

August 12

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Lady Storm hopes to improve record in season’s second half

Lady Storm hopes to improve record in season’s second half

Lauren White, Student Reporter

The Storm Women’s Basketball team looks to more will power and discipline to gain a good second half of the season. The team had a rough start to its season, but to gain...

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Storm earns third straight road win

Storm earns third straight road win

January 25

Storm men get a road win at Hesston

Storm men get a road win at Hesston

November 28

Cross country comes to Beatrice

Cross country comes to Beatrice

May 17

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Lady Storm hopes to improve record in season’s second half

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Electronic Systems Technology: taking learning further with an internship

Electronic Systems Technology: taking learning further with an internship

Brian Bulin, Student Reporter

LINCOLN—Learning the fundamental concepts of electronics in class and applying them in the lab will be enough to get a good job when a student graduates, but building a...

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Center for Excellence celebrates five years

Center for Excellence celebrates five years

March 16

Nebraska PBL captures six first place awards and 52 top ten honors

Nebraska PBL captures six first place awards and 52 top ten honors

July 16

Energy Generation Operations student receives $3,000 scholarship

Energy Generation Operations student receives $3,000 scholarship

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