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Magda Silva, a music teacher. Silva enjoys listening to relaxing music sitting down in her office.

SCCC student and teacher favorite song

Roque Reveles-Montelongo
November 22, 2022

Students and teachers have different types of songs they listen to. Most students or teachers listen to them in different places such as traveling, school...

Saints on the Street: Students swap holiday snacks

Saints on the Street: Students swap holiday snacks

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
November 22, 2022

With the holidays well on their way, decorations and music can be heard and seen marking the season. What tends to be on most people’s minds though is...

The Crusader staff was able to go sight seeing in between different conference actives. Reporter Ashanti Thompson listed off many national landmarks including the White House, the Senate, and the Washington Memorial.

Crusader takes their success nationally

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
November 9, 2022

Last semester, Crusader News was victorious at the Kansas Collegiate Media Awards receiving 72 awards and now their success has spread nationally....

As students started outlining their cookies, Veenstra demonstrated further the proper way to outline a cookie. The bag should be held further away from the cookie, and the frosting is supposed to flow out and lay naturally instead of forcing it to come out onto the cookie.

Getting Spooky with Cookies

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
October 31, 2022

Despite the association, sugar cookies are not just for Christmas. On October 25, Julie Veenstra, owner of her own baking company, taught a Halloween themed...

Spooky Suggestions

Spooky Suggestions

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
October 28, 2022

BOO! Hiding under a blanket from the latest jump scare is all a part of the horror movie experience. With Halloween next week, watching at least one scary...

Rodriguez like to study on Quizlet, because that seems to help her.

SCCC students study for exams

Roque Reveles-Montelongo
October 26, 2022

Final exams will soon be here. Some students study for an hour or so every day, others study five hours the night before. Many college students learn how...

Cassandra Norin, director of the library, introduces keynote speaker for the final Saints Scribes events. The speaker for lunch was Steve Wolgast, a New York Times editor for nine years and current professor at the University of Kansas.

Library hosts final Saints Scribes event

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
October 17, 2022

The smell of Italian spices wafting through the hall at lunchtime was enough for students to explore what was happening in the library. With free pizza...

Some participants stood up bracing themselves on chairs as they try to endure the hotness. Others sat in anticipation for Lyon to announce who was second and third place to see if the pain was worth it.

Cosmetology tries the spice

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
October 7, 2022

Hispanic heritage month brings the tradition at Seward County Community College that many are reluctant to join. This year though, the jalapeno eating...

Elyse Adame is one of the representatives present at the transfer fair in the academic building. Over 10 different colleges were present for December graduates and transfer students to gain information.

Where to go from here

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
September 30, 2022

Rows of tables lined the academic hallway on September 23 as students flocked to find which college would work best for their personal needs. Names preceded...

7th straight win for our Lady Saints

7th straight win for our Lady Saints

Ashanti Thompson, Reporter
September 29, 2022

On Wednesday September 28th, The Lady Saints faced off against Colby Community College. With a straight 3-0 win, the sets went 25-17, 25-21, and 25-19....

Deedee Flax, technology instructor, is one of the main teachers at Seward County Community College to integrate blendflex into many of her classes. She said that multiple students prefer the computer classes to be blendfllex as they can watch back her recordings when confused to see how she does things on her screen.

Blending the barriers of in person and online

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
September 28, 2022

Imagine being able to lay in bed on a school day in pajamas while learning quadratic functions. In 2021, this dream of some students became a reality....

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