The Crusader

Challenge brings high school students to Seward County

Crusader photo/ Morgan Allaman
Alfredo Anaya of Liberal High School paints a nail during a cosmetology challenge. Although Anaya didn’t win, another LHS student Megan Devore placed first in cosmetology. This year’s Xtreme Challenge had a 64 percent increase in participants from 140 students last year to 230 students this year.

April 3, 2009

While Seward County Community College students whose morning classes pertaining to accounting, administration, ag, art, computer, cosmo, criminal justice, journalism or marketing had been canceled were fast asleep in their beds, scores were being tallied, murders were being solved, hair was being braided...

College hosts Farm Education Day

Crusader photo/ Chelsi Valdez 
Freshman Jordan Eder talks to a group of 24 students about where eggs come from during Farm Education Day on March 24. Over 1,219 elementary students from around the area were on campus for Farm Ed. Day. The Development received a check for $800 from Seward County Farm Bureau during Farm Ed. Day. The Farm Bureau helps with presentations during the day.

April 3, 2009

Over 1,000 young students participated in the 22nd annual Farm Education Day on the campus of Seward County Community College/ Area Technical School according to agricultural coordinator Evan Winchester. The final count, of mostly kindergarten and first grade students, was 1,219. Farm Ed. Day gives young...

Dunn named Liberal Citizen of the year

Crusader photo/ Rustin Watt 

Dr. Dunn shakes hands with Earl Watt as Dunn receives the High Plains Daily Leader “Citizen of the Year” award. Dunn won the award because of his work with the merger and many other community activities.

April 3, 2009

Seward County Community College/ Area Technical School President, Dr. Duane Dunn was recently honored as the High Plains Daily Leader Citizen of the Year for 2009. A reception honoring Dunn was held on Thursday in the Library. Dunn was very surprised by the honor. “It’s a great honor, but quite a...

‘Black Holes & Revelations’

April 3, 2009

It has come to my attention that I have been a bit biased when it comes to my reviews. To date, I’ve only critiqued bands based on their pretty singing, their phat beats or their lyrical mastery. So for this issue I’ve decided to review a band of truly talented musicians. I’m talking about Muse,...

Students dash for cash

April 3, 2009

The Student Government Association hosted Dash For Dollars, a game show in which students could win upwards of $500 March 24. The game show type event was hosted by Ralph Petta, an amusement park operator and comedian. Petta drove to Liberal from Rochester, N.Y. The game included three different...

Response to: we the people can’t forget…

April 3, 2009

Dear Editors, I stopped by the Crusader office today and picked up the latest issue. Is Mr. Watt completely insane or just wanting to cause a stir? To compare slavery to volunteer service is comparing apples to oranges. Slavery was a brutal attack on human rights where people were mistreated and...

Seats are empty at free school activities

Students watch as the Dash for Dollars host explains the rules of the game. Although students attended the Dash for Dollars event, the majority of the seats were empty.

Crusader photo/ Morgan Allaman

April 3, 2009

Our view... Students need an escape from the claustrophobic chaos of dorm life, so the college provides programs. You’d think they’d be packed with students, but not so much. SGA pays to bring in comedians, hypnotists, air brush tattoo artists and tons of other interesting activities, but empty...

PTK plans for Spring Induction

February 6, 2009

Phi Theta Kappa is in the process of inducting students at Seward County Community College/ Area Technical School. Jessica Lulf is president of Phi Theta Kappa. “Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for two-year colleges,” Lulf said. “We focus on community service projects. The activities that...

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