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Campus will be closed to visitors starting Nov. 30. Classes will still meet but no one from outside of the college community will be allowed on campus as an effort to combat COVID-19.
Classes continue while campus closes to public Nov. 30

In response to steep increases in COVID-19 cases in the community, Seward County Community College will limit public access to campus beginning Nov. 30 when students return...

The graduation application deadline was Nov. 19 but many sophomores still have not turned in their applications for spring graduation
No application? No graduation!
Destiny Vasquez, Multi-Media Reporter

Graduation applications for spring 2021 have been available since the start of the fall semester but many sophomores haven’t filled it out. The problem, Seward County...

Who comes out on top in the CFP?
Who comes out on top in the CFP?
William Swanson

As Clemson failed to convert on a fourth-and-twenty-four in double overtime, the Notre Dame sideline...

Saints on the Street: What if students were president?
Saints on the Street: What if students were president?
Destiny Vasquez

Elections make us think about the future and what we can possibly do. Crusader sought out students to get their thoughts on what they would do if they were president: Bryan Symons...

Halloween Costumes: COVID Edition
Halloween Costumes: COVID Edition
Krisi Anderson

Here comes Halloween in all of its glory. Things are a little different this year and Halloween is one of the unknowns about the future.  The Liberal...

Crusader staff took the Trail of Terror together. Screaming together brings a team closer during the Halloween season.
Trail of Terror scares in Halloween season

The annual Trail of Terror took place over the weekend. The Liberal Police Department uses volunteers to scare the community along the trails of Arkalon Park. All proceeds go to Shop...

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