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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...

As she gathers up hair, Marina Flores concentrates on twisting to make the braided updo. The already curled hair can be difficult at times to do work with as mannequin hair is stiffer than real hair.

Human vs mannequin

Megan Berg , Reporter
November 10, 2021

Walking into the salon, the chatter of girls' voices is prominent throughout the bustle of hairdryers, flat irons and curling wands. The laughter and chatter...

Reaching back, Justine Lepses eyes the ball coming toward her. She returns service with a backhand.

Justine Lespes

Mary Ramirez, Reporter
November 9, 2021

It was a historic fall season for Justine Lespes. The sophomore tennis player was the first in Lady Saints history to advance to the ITA national single’s...

Lets save some money

Let’s save some money

Victoria Martins, Reporter
November 3, 2021

Everyone is aware of how expensive college can get and if you chose to come to a community college before going to a four-year university because it is...

Podcast: Putting a ring on it

Podcast: Putting a ring on it

Dani Arellano, Reporter
November 2, 2021

During this episode of the Crusader News Podcast, our reporter Dani Arellano sits down to discuss what wedding planning while also managing school, work,...

A champion at work, Karlos Krolo, a freshman sports management major, sets up for a  tricky shot. Krolo went on to place first and win the pool tournament hosted by Student Government Association.

Clack, clank, champion

October 25, 2021

Getting on your nerves

Getting on your nerves

Reece Hay , Reporter
October 21, 2021

Everyone has things that can grind their gears right? Those “things” are called pet peeves. Pet peeves are something that bothers a particular person....

Its scary season. Join Ruby Riversticks Thornton for scary stories that originate in southwest Kansas. The podcast host interviews students and staff about their personal encounters with ghosts.

Podcast: Saints talk ghosts

Ruby Thornton, Reporter
October 20, 2021

It's spooky season! River Styx Ruby has brought to you the SCCC Spooktacular! In this podcast you will have a physics lesson from Eerie Eric Volden, and...

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