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The student news site of Seward County Community College

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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...

Barbie on campus, Katy Redd shows off her outfit for a school day.

A Barbie teaches on campus

Ana Brangioni, Reporter
October 14, 2021

Katy Redd is considered the best dressed on campus. Some may even say she is Seward County Community College’s own “Barbie.” The behavioral science...

It is always good to write a thank you letter after receiving a scholarship. Writing a thank you letter will show the donor how grateful you are to receive their scholarship.

How to write a thank-you note to donors

Victoria Martins, Reporter
October 12, 2021

Have you ever gotten a scholarship – of any amount? It feels good, doesn’t it? Knowing that someone is generous enough to give out money to support...

Katie and Shatarrika Ross show their smiles while taking a selfie together at their house. The twins have grown up in Liberal.

Growing up as twins

Reece Hay , Reporter
October 8, 2021

People often wonder what it is like having a twin sibling by your side: Is twin telepathy true? Does it mean you're closer than most siblings? What is...

Las culturas hispanas celebran la herencia

Las culturas hispanas celebran la herencia

Mauricio Gonzalez, Reporter
October 6, 2021

De Hispanic Heritage Month es un periodo de 30 días desde el 15 de septiembre hasta el 15 de octubre en donde se brinda honor a las herencias hispanas...

Amy Thompson reads a book called Bee Makes Tea. At the first Open Mic Night of the semester, students, faculty and staff shared stories, photos and art that related to their personal identity. Thompson, speech instructor, explained this story related to her personal identity by her familys love of tea.

Artists share personal identity through performance

Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor
September 30, 2021

Students came together to share their personal stories of identity Wednesday night for the first official Open Mic Night of the year. The event was hosted...

Jaxson Gregg, freshman from Fort Worth, Texas, and his friend Tristan Curless, freshman from Amarillo, Texas, shares a french fry.

Can someone mess up french fries?

Ana Brangioni, Reporter
September 30, 2021

To say that french fries are the ultimate comfort food is an understatement. Potatoes when fried, mashed, roasted or cooked in any other way, can make...

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