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Kathleen Kelly reaches the finish line

Kathleen Kelly reaches the finish line

By Jonathan J. Higuera It took a little longer than expected but Kathleen Kelly reached her goal of getting a college degree this summer. The 78-year old mother of six starting taking classes at Scottsdale Community College in 2011 and persisted until she had degree in hand with her last class this summer. As a…

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Former Athletic Director to be inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame

Former Athletic Director to be inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Sept. 23, 2016) — Scottsdale Community College will induct former Athletic Director Art Becker into its Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday, Oct. 29, as part of the college’s 2016 Homecoming Weekend festivities. Becker was a force on the basketball court as a player and off the court as a coach and athletics administrator. After a standout professional basketball…

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Next “You and Your Horse” workshop slated for Oct. 25

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Oct. 14, 2014) – Scottsdale Community College’s Equine Science program continues to offer the “You and Your Horse” workshop series aimed at enthusiasts seeking more information to better care for their horses. The next workshop is “First-aid for Your Horse” on Saturday, Oct. 25. The lectures will help horse owners and enthusiasts understand…

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SCC to induct Steve Loy into Athletic Hall of Fame

SCC to induct Steve Loy into Athletic Hall of Fame

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Aug. 29, 2014) — Scottsdale Community College will induct former head golf coach and assistant football coach Steve Loy into its Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday, Oct. 11, as part of the college’s 2014 Homecoming Weekend festivities. Loy coached at SCC from 1974 to 1982, leading the men’s golf program to two NJCAA…

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Theatre student Bradley Carter’s busy summer

Theatre student Bradley Carter’s busy summer

It has been an intense and rewarding summer for Bradley Carter, an SCC theatre student pursuing his Associates of Arts in Fine Arts and his CCL in Technical Theatre. During the summer, his first play, which he wrote for the East Valley Children’s Theater, was produced and performed. Unfortunately he wasn’t able to witness it…

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Dr. John Nagy researches cancer during sabbatical

Dr. John Nagy researches cancer during sabbatical

Since 2005, Dr. John Nagy’s Biology Undergraduate Research Program at Scottsdale Community College has been helping SCC students get a great start into bioresearch careers, whether in the medical field, wildlife research or other research-based positions. Now he will take time to throw himself into his own research project – investigating the behavior of cancerous…

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SCC Inclusiveness Council celebrates diversity April 24

SCC Inclusiveness Council celebrates diversity April 24

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 9, 2014) — In 2012, Scottsdale Community College made a pledge to ensure civil rights for all and oppose any manifestation of bullying, harassment, hatred, and prejudice towards any group or individual. To acknowledge the “Not On Our Campus Proclamation,” SCC has launched a campaign to recognize and honor the commitment and celebrate…

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Scottsdale Conservatory Theatre Premieres New Play

(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., June 6, 2013) — The Scottsdale Conservatory Theatre Company of 2013 presents “The Sparrow,” written by Chris Mathews, Jake Minton and Nathan Allen. The play, directed by SCC’s Theatre Arts director Randy Messersmith, is free (with reserved tickets) and open to the public. The story centers on Emily Book (played by second-year SCT…

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