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Sebastian De las Salas is a full time student and Saints tennis player. He also regularly attends Detours College Ministry Bible studies.

Sebastian De Las Salas

Roselyne Garay, Reporter
November 15, 2023

 Who are you and where are you from? I am Sebastian De Las Salas. I am from Venezuela, I was born in Venezuela and then moved to Columbia 6 years ago. What...

Jarron Wilcox from Billings, Montana, chose to bleach his hair and give himself a mullet. Transfer sophomore Wilcox came from Phoenix, Arizona to be one of our Saints catchers.

Bleach is not just for uniforms

Ashanti Thompson, Multimedia Editor
April 18, 2023

Sports superstitions are common in every athlete's life, from how you wear your uniform to what you eat before the game. To certain individuals these rituals...

Crusader News recommends Blood Sugar, Everything, Everything, and The Walking Dead: Compendium One for D.E.A.R. Day. These books can be found at the Seward County Community College Library.

Crusader News recommends books for D.E.A.R. Day

Not sure what book to read? Don’t worry, Crusader has decided to recommend some of their favorite books for Drop-Everything-and-Read-Day or better known...

These specific chocolates are a bit on the bigger side of Valentines day sweets. Slicing them in half could be a good idea if you think they’re still too large.

A guide to making triple-layered chocolate hearts

Daniel Rodriguez, Reporter
February 14, 2023

On Valentine’s Day chocolate is the go-to gift for millions, no matter if it’s for a special someone or just a friend. As college students, store-bought...

The gift was my favorite because it has inspired my fiancé to keep getting me those types of gifts, and now I have several more. The idea of use for all of them is to use them as possible centerpieces for our wedding along with a notecard for each of them so guests can read it and learn more about us.

Crusaders remember Valentine’s Days they can’t forget

Brianna Rich and Ashanti Thompson
February 14, 2023

Valentine's Day is a holiday filled with chocolates, flowers and for some even love. It can look different for many people, so Crusader News decided to...

A Chance To Be On A Podcast: Episode 1

A Chance To Be On A Podcast: Episode 1

Chance Martin, Reporter
February 10, 2023

A chance on a podcast Is a chance to go on a podcast to see different students in different majors and activities. My goal is to get to know a little bit...

Inspired by former Crusader member Ruby Thornton, the whole staff this year has decided to write to Santa. With this the hopes are that this will be the new tradition for Crusader.

Crusader wishes to Santa

Jingling bells! Christmas is almost here which means it is time to write to Santa. Last year students and faculty were asked by former Crusader member...

Magda Silva, a music teacher. Silva enjoys listening to relaxing music sitting down in her office.

Student, faculty describe favorite songs, music

Roque Reveles-Montelongo
November 22, 2022

Students and teachers have different types of songs they listen to. Most students or teachers listen to them in different places such as traveling, school...

Rodriguez like to study on Quizlet, because that seems to help her.

SCCC students study for exams

Roque Reveles-Montelongo
October 26, 2022

Final exams will soon be here. Some students study for an hour or so every day, others study five hours the night before. Many college students learn how...

Saints on the Street: What’s in your bag?

Saints on the Street: What’s in your bag?

Brianna Rich, Photo Editor
September 8, 2022

Photo editor Brianna Rich took to the streets to figure out what kinds of supplies Saints were packing in their bags for the beginning of school. Although...

Anime club members Alexis Soto, Judith Soto, and Alexa Pavia discuss with Michael McComack, president of the club, about future endeavors. The club is interested in taking a trip to an anime convention.

It’s time to try something new

Megan Berg, Features Editor
September 6, 2022

When an alien eye pops open on someone’s hand, usually people scream. Not at this club though. On Thursday, Sep. 1, room H112 was full of laughter as...

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