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French vanilla is one of the options for a drink when coming to the bookstore. Some other hot drinks options include tea, hot chocolate and mocha

Hot Drinks? Head to the Bookstore

Krisi Anderson, Reporter September 21, 2020

It’s one of those days, life is dragging on, or the ones when it’s too cold outside. Coffee might be the answer. Well, head on down to the Saints Bookstore. Everyday the book store has hot drinks for...

Student discounts can save a lot of money. All you need is your student ID or your school email.

Make your money stretch with these college discounts

Anthony Nieto, Graphic Designer September 17, 2020

As college students we are always looking for ways to save money. Something I didn't know and maybe you didn’t know either is that student discounts exist.There are many places willing to help students...

Breighanna Medina poses with her flame macaw. She considers this bird her

The Bird Whisperer

William Swanson, reporter September 10, 2020

When most people think of household pets, dogs and cats are common pets that come to mind, but most people wouldn’t think of birds as pets. That’s where Breighanna Medina comes in, the business major...

One of the newest games to sweep into the Student Living Center is Fall Guys-Ultimate Knockout.

Review: Fall Guys Ultimate Knockout competes with the best

Jaylon Essix, Reporter September 9, 2020

Imagine yourself as a jelly bean-like creature that can hop, dive and grab other players within a game. This is all part of the latest video game, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, that has taken over the...

September may not be as filled with activities as normal but there's still plenty to do.

Top 5 events in the Area 

Brooklynn Bauer, Photographer September 2, 2020

Looking for something to do that hasn’t been cancelled? Never fear, Crusader's got you. Check out these five events happening near Liberal between September 5-12! 5. Kismet little World’s Fair (Kismet)  This...

Welcome week kicks off today

Welcome week kicks off today

August 17, 2020

The new semester kicks off with some "socially distanced" activities for students. There's a different activity everyday this week:

Finals song parodies COVID-19 learning

Rebecca Irby, Reporter May 6, 2020

As the semester comes to an end, keep working hard and finish the year strong. Crusader brings you a funny parody that may perfectly describe your feelings towards online school.  

Qaiyoom Olanlege took this photo as part of the midterm for Photography II. The test asked students to create a commercial photo with negative space.

Student photo exhibit becomes virtual gallery

Photo 2 Class May 4, 2020

A closed campus didn't keep photography students from showing their work at the end of the semester. The Photography I and Photography II classes created a virtual gallery exhibit to take the place of...

Post your poetry, photography, short story, art, video or anything creative on your social media using #SCwallofsaints to join in the virtual coffeehouse.

Virtual coffeehouse replaces annual gathering

Denise Perez, Reporter April 22, 2020

The coronavirus had other plans for this year's Poetry Coffee House night. Lori Muntz, English instructor and organizer of the event, said the annual event that celebrates April as poetry month has...

Staying motivated can be really hard during this coronavirus outbreak. Homework can stack up. Never fear. Crusader has your back.

How to stay motivated for online classes

Elvis Polvon, Reporter April 21, 2020

College students hold on by a thread to their motivation to finish the semester strong. Many have used social media to poke fun at their crippling drive to learn online. Students stated that “being at...

Thrifting is an effective and affordable way to spice up your closet with a flannel, a jacket or a patterned shirt. Buying recycled clothing also helps lower the consumption and production of fast fashion clothing, which affects the environment negatively.

Thrifting: save your wallet, closet and the planet

Annette Meza, Managing Editor April 20, 2020

Editors note: This article was written before the COVID-19 stay at home orders. Going out in public is not advised right now, however thrifting is still possible from the comfort of your home as stated...

The Crusader staff Fall 2019: Monica Gonzalez, Rebecca Irby and Maggie Ibarra. (back row) Calen Moore, Preston Burrows, Cheyenne Miller and Josh Swanson.

All-Kansas, journalist of the year

Amberley Vervalin, Club Report April 15, 2020

Despite not being able to attend the State Conference in person, the Crusader News team conquered the Kansas Collegiate Media contest, coming home with all of the top awards for two year colleges. Crusader...

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