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The DC comic based film,

Review: Is “Joker” glorifying violence and mental illness?

Elvis Polvon, Club Reporter
October 10, 2019

If I had to describe the movie “Joker” in one word, it would be: INTENSE! On Oct. 4, the DC comic based film about the infamous Joker, was released...

Weak Dayz: Is it puppy love?

Weak Dayz: Is it puppy love?

Luis Martinez, Club Graphic Artist
September 30, 2019

Join the Weak Dayz gang in their next adventure on campus.

Freshman biology major, Victoria Martins, proudly holds up the flag of her home country, Brazil, as she poses for a picture. Signatures from her friends in America and her hometown, Sete Lagoas, Brazil, paint the flag. When asked for a picture, Martins stated that she was not going to dress nice everyday so anytime would be good. Martins shared some of her culture and also recalled some American culture she found strange.

Life out of the country

Preston Burrows, Reporter
September 25, 2019

Right as Victoria Martins sat down, Crusader reporter Preston Burrows could tell she was comfortable. The first question made her hesitate and then giggle:...

Students reveal what it’s like at the SLC

Preston Burrows, Reporter
September 25, 2019

Dorm life can be fun, crazy and terrifying all at the same time. Students move from their homes to live with a hundred or so strangers. But eventually,...

A new original cartoon will be featured in Crusader. Luis Martinez, a graphic design student, will depict student life in

Original cartoon, Weak Dayz, features SCCC student life

Luis Martinez, Club Graphic Designer
September 23, 2019

Crusader News has a new, original cartoon featuring student life. Journey through the semester with the "Weak Dayz" gang. Their first adventure is out...

“It Chapter Two” is worth the watch

Cheyenne Miller, Copy Editor
September 10, 2019

The long awaited sequel to Stephen King’s 2017 “It” remake, “It Chapter Two,” made its way into theaters on Sept. 6. As a horror junkie, I was,...

Casting call is on for the fall play,

Play tryouts start Friday

August 29, 2019

Tryouts for the fall play, "Steel Magnolias," will be Friday at 5 to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Showcase Theatre at Seward County...

Saints ‘Welcome Parody’ tours campus

Calen Moore, Co-Editor
August 19, 2019

Take a satirical tour around the Seward County Community College campus. Returning students bring dry-humor to the normal tour and tips. This video parody...

The end of the semester means papers, research and tests. Take a study break with Student Government Association's de-stress week.

Take a break from studying with de-stress week

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter
April 29, 2019

With the end of the semester quickly approaching, many Seward County Community College students may find themselves feeling overwhelmed by deadlines and...

Photo Illustration

How much do we know about Easter?

Calen Moore , Reporter
April 18, 2019

Easter, a traditional holiday celebrated in America by Christians, is just around the corner. When Easter comes to mind, one can imagine eggs of all different...

SCCC hosts annual Poetry Coffeehouse

Annette Meza, Copy Editor
April 15, 2019

On Friday evening, an audience of fellow poetry lovers and peers sat amongst each other, ate horderves and sipped on water or lemonade in the Seward County...

SCCC brought the musical adaptation of “The Little Mermaid” to the showcase theatre on dates April 5, 6, and 7.

Review: SCCC’s “The Little Mermaid”

Annette Meza, Copy Editor
April 8, 2019

Chatter and laughter filled the Seward County Community College showcase theater, as grade school students sat next to their parents anxiously waiting...

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