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Podcast: Here comes the semester blues

Podcast: Here comes the semester blues

Ruby Thornton, Reporter
December 3, 2021

Have you ever heard of end of semester blues? Have you ever experienced such a thing? Most college students feel some type of way as it gets closer and...

Greg Gunderson came to Seward County Community College from Park University, a private four-year institute in Kansas City. During his free time Gunderson likes to make pens out of wood. A senator has one of his pens since Gunderson likes to give his pens to people after he makes them.

SCCC welcomes its 12th president

Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor
December 2, 2021

Greg Gunderson has become Seward County Community College’s 12th president after a six-month absence of having someone in that position. The new president...

The student art show is in the Shank Humanities Building. The gallery features photos and 2-D and 3-D art. Stop by to vote for your favorite exhibit.

Art show displays student work

Megan Berg , Reporter
November 30, 2021

The fall semester art show is in full swing in the Shank Humanities Building, displaying multiple works of art from Dustin Farmer’s art classes and Sue...

Students travel during Christmas break

Students travel during Christmas break

Saskia Vogelzang, Reporter
November 30, 2021

The end of the semester is coming soon which means that Christmas is getting closer. Christmas is the perfect time to spend with family and enjoy the huge...

Podcast: discover tips, survive your finals

Podcast: discover tips, survive your finals

Brooke Katen, Reece Hay , and Dani Arellano
November 29, 2021

An essential episode of  Crusader News Podcast handles the difficulties of finals week and how to stay motivated throughout the chaos it can bring. Three...

Conversations around this time of the year revolve around everyones  favorite holiday dish, especially from students dreaming of heading home for the holidays.

Holiday Traditions: It’s all about the food

Saskia Vogelzang, Reporter
November 22, 2021

The end of the year is getting closer which means dark winter nights and cold mornings. But most importantly, dinners with the entire family celebrating...

Physical Education major, Noah Burton is a freshman and he has been taking public speaking this semester. His favorite speech was his demonstration speech because he got to eat pizza. His fast eating abilities won him a  free pizza from Dominos because he could eat a medium pizza in under a minute.

General class everyone dreads

Kylie Regier , Reporter
November 17, 2021

Public speaking is a general class that is required for all students. Still, it can be frightening having to give a formal speech on stage in front of...

Some students hate 8 am classes and some others love them. A reason to hate 8 am classes is because you are too tired and it is just too early to try and learn something. A reason to love 8 am classes is because then you start your day off early and get a head start on what you are working on.

Who likes 8 a.m. classes?

Kylie Regier, Reporter
November 17, 2021

Classes at Seward County Community College start at 8 a.m. Not all students take a class that starts at 8 a.m. But classes are offered early in the morning....

Instructor Terry Barres standing on her back demonstrating an exercise. The class copied the instructors movements in the water.

Aqua aerobics is more than a class

Dani Arellano , Reporter
November 16, 2021

“What goes on in the pool, stays in the pool!”  Those words echoed throughout the indoor aquatics center as members of the aqua aerobics class...

Working carefully, Dunlap’s hands add the finishing coil and rub the clay on the inside to smooth it out and connect the coils together.

Inside the artist’s mind

Megan Berg , Reporter
November 15, 2021

The artist’s mind and the ideas that come from it can be quite interesting. When looking at art, the question that is often asked is, Where did you get...

 “It’s more than just words,” is tattooed across Audra Langly’s ribs. Langly is from Rolla and plans on majoring in American Sign Language which is what her tattoo is inspired by.

All ink tells a story

Megan Berg , Reporter
November 11, 2021

Tattoos are a creative way many people, especially on Seward County Community College campus, decide to express themselves. The stories behind the tattoos...

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