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The student news site of Seward County Community College

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The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News


Social Media has made shopping this holiday season available from the tip of your fingers!!

Social Media starts new way to shop

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor
November 20, 2018

Thanksgiving is around the corner and so are the annual Black Friday sales. Every year seems to play out the same: a store announces their doorbuster deals...

Estala (Zuli Lujan) is frightened by Alicia (Kambrian R Acevedo) when Alicia is rehearsing on how to confront her coach about hurting a boy on the other team in the Novio Boy play on Nov. 16-18. Michele Van Hessen (Communications and Theatre Instructor) managed the play and was the director behind this play. The drama department decided to portray this play because everyone is able to relate to their first awkward date.

Novio Boy Steals Hearts

Amberley Taylor, Co-Editor
November 19, 2018

As the stage lights dimmed, signaling the end of the scene, the giggles coming from the audience never stopped in the Seward County Community College’s...

Fernando Nunez as Alex, Osvaldo Morales as Rudy and Joe Denoyer as Nicolás rehearse for their upcoming performance in Novio Boy.

Novio Boy comes to SCCC

Amberley Taylor, Co-Editor
November 13, 2018

Sets are being finished and lines are being memorized as the Seward County Community College Showcase theater prepares for their fall performance, Novio...

The jackpot is being drawn this weekend. What would you do?

What would you do if you won the Powerball Jackpot of $750 million?

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor
October 26, 2018

With The Powerball Jackpot being drawn this weekend it has everyone questioning what would they do with 750 million dollars? We asked SCCC students what...

Trail of terror leaves you screaming on your knees

Monica Gonzalez, Reporter
October 22, 2018

Area residents had a chance to be scared along a haunted trail Oct. 18-20 in Arkalon Park, Liberal. The Shop With a Cop fund hosted the annual Halloween...

Abby Lovato, Liberal education major, tries eating Jalapeños at the contest on Oct. 5.

Sizzlin Jalapenos

Cindy Aguilar, Reporter
October 10, 2018

Jalapeño eating contests have been a staple to the Hispanic community for such a long time. Seward County Community College decided to bring the tradition...

Fall TV is back and better than ever

Fall TV is back and better than ever

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor
October 1, 2018

It's that time of year again, sweater weather and leaves falling. It's the perfect time to stay home, cozy up with a blanket and your favorite warm drink...

Face lift is face let down

Alondra Botello and Michelle Mattich
September 25, 2018

We slobbered and choked as the Crusader News staff tried the facial slimmer. We decided to try this product to find a way to slim the face in an easier...

Top 7 student discounts

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor
September 12, 2018

Everyone loves a good discount, right? We are all poor college students looking for ways to save money without sacrificing the things we love. Here...

Novio Boy, written by Gary Soto, is a Mexican-American play about a young boy who goes on his first date with an older woman.

“Novio Boy” comes to Showcase Theater

Amberley Taylor, Co-Editor
August 29, 2018

Seward County Community College is preparing for auditions for the 2018 Fall play, “Novio Boy,” written by Gary Soto. The play was chosen by SCCC...

Hypnotist Daniel James has performed many shows like on America’s Got Talent, The Tonight Show, The Ellen Show and at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Hypnotist Daniel James has crowd laughing

Amberley Taylor and Michelle Mattich
August 22, 2018

  Seward County Community College continued Welcome Week by welcoming Hypnotist, Daniel James, to the Showcase theatre for a show that had the...

Rabas presents “Finding the Extraordinary in the Ordinary”

Angelica Alfaro, Club Reporter
April 30, 2018

Free lunch and poetry by Poet Laureate of Kansas, Kevin Rabas, what could be better? Nothing. The Kansas Humanities Council brought Rabas to Seward County....

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