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As Omar Rios explains his idea for his latest drawing of having a satisfied Michelangelo peering over several of his classic works of art, one couldn’t help but see a resemblance as Rios looked over some of his own favorite drawings.

Seward student considers tattoo artistry as career

April 1, 2010

The artist’s eye wasn’t set on Seward at first, but family and a scholarship offer helped him decide Seward was his best choice. Since that decision,...

Crusader photo/ Jose Rodriguez
Alison Chambers directs Tony Claus and Lauren Peck in a scene. The musical “Beauty and the Beast” will be at 7:30 p.m. April 22-24. Tickets are $6 for a seat on the side and $8 for center seats. They will be $10 at the door. Tickets are available in the humanities office H116 or by calling 620-417-1451.  Students are admitted free of charge with a current SCCC/ ATS ID. For more backstage photographs see the multimedia section of CrusaderNews.com.

Director directs directors in ‘Beauty and the Beast’

April 1, 2010

Both have directed stage productions. But in two weeks, the directors will become the stars in “Beauty and the Beast.”  Lauren Peck and Tony Claus...

Duo take listeners on a trip through ’80s

Duo take listeners on a trip through ’80s

April 1, 2010

Goldfrapp is one of the most provocative and innovative bands in the music industry today. Chances are you have no idea who they are, but you have probably...

Barefoot for a cause

April 1, 2010

In an effort to spread awareness of the importance of shoes in developing parts of the world, some Seward County students are encouraging others to support...

Life lesson taught through video game

April 1, 2010

I am a nerd if there ever was one. Who could see life parallels in something as worthless as a video game? I actually saw an applicable lesson in the video...

Economy affects local racers and NASCAR

April 1, 2010

Today’s tough times are making things tough on local racers, as well as fans. I grew up around racetracks in the area because my dad raced. He started...

Xtreme Challenge attracts potential peers with prizes

April 1, 2010

More than 250 students from 12 high schools competed in the fifth annual Xtreme Challenge contests at Seward on March 24. The event offered 12 categories...

Clubs pledge to raise money at phonathon

April 1, 2010

A Phonathon to raise money for scholarships will be April 7 to 11. “Our goal is to raise $20,000 for scholarships, and we want to get many clubs and...

Christopher Carter performs on stage Wednesday in the Showcase Theater.

Mentalist surprises Seward students

April 1, 2010

Mentalist Christopher Carter enjoys freaking out the audience during his performances, and that is certainly what he did when he performed for the students...

HALO enjoys leadership conference in Chicago

March 3, 2010

Top name speakers impressed and inspired Seward Hispanic American Leadership Organization members at a three-day national conference Feb. 17-20 in Chicago,...

IT department  hires new portal manager

IT department hires new portal manager

March 2, 2010

Craig Dusek is the new Web site and Portal Manager for Seward County Community College/Area Technical School. Dusek’s responsibilities include managing...

Modern dance company brings original moves to the community

Modern dance company brings original moves to the community

September 25, 2009

    The 940 Dance Company will perform at the Baker Arts Center Saturday. The dance company is based in Lawrence and has been touring the...

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