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“The Lion King” leaves lasting impression on Seward students and faculty

“The Lion King” leaves lasting impression on Seward students and faculty

September 13, 2012

From the opening note of “The Circle of Life” by the character of Rafiki, the Broadway Across America...

Pancake Day races, contests heating up

January 25, 2012

Filed under Entertainment, News

If asked to name all of the holidays in February, residents of Liberal would be able to name off one more than most people: Pancake Day. Since 1950, Liberal has been competing against the English town of Olney in foot races with a twist – entrants must wear a headscarf and apron while carrying a skillet containing a pancake....

Christian singers make holiday stop in Liberal

January 25, 2012

As others were preparing for the Christmas season by putting up decorations, baking, and buying gifts,...

Student from Hong Kong studies at Seward

Student from Hong Kong studies at Seward

January 25, 2012

Being on the other side of the world and far from home is “different”, says foreign exchange student...

Lackluster ‘New Girl’ disappoints

Lackluster ‘New Girl’ disappoints

November 9, 2011

Today’s television lineup is largely composed of dramatic medical shows, suspenseful police shows, and t...

‘An Inspector Calls’  illuminates campus talent, awes audience

‘An Inspector Calls’ illuminates campus talent, awes audience

October 13, 2011

Silence to pandemonium. The audience jumped to their feet and the auditorium erupted in applause after...

Radford stuns audience with skill

Radford stuns audience with skill

October 13, 2011

Ronald Radford, the only person to ever receive a Fulbright Scholarship to Spain in flamenco guitar,...

Nguyen designs life around his music artistic talents

October 13, 2011

Ton Nguyen, freshman and art major, describes himself as being three different people: DjTon, who is...

Hook-Gray to sign books at campus event Oct. 9

September 27, 2011

Sandy Alfaro Crusader staff Lidia Hook-Gray is a realtor, a local historian, and now an author. Hook-Gray...

Seward student publishes book

September 27, 2011

A stack of dark paperback books sits in the Saints Bookstore, freshly printed by an Oklahoma publishing...

‘Contagion’ spreads pathogenic plot

September 27, 2011

Filed under Entertainment

“Contagion” brings to the big screen what would happen if an unknown pathogenic germ/virus started spreading throughout human contact. Globalization increased the amount of time it would take for a virus to spread. In the 17th century, a ship voyage from Europe to the Americas took an average of 57 days. Today, a Boeing...

‘An Inspector Calls’ to be performed Oct. 6-8

September 27, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Features, News

“Historically, this is always the scariest part of the process,” said a composed Alison Bridget Chambers of this stage of rehearsals. Don’t worry too much though; Chambers and her young cast have been relentlessly preparing for the opening performance of “An Inspector Calls” and they don’t plan to slow down until...

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