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The guitarist for Jerrod Niemann jams out with a solo during a song.

Photo Essay: Concert benefits athletic scholarships

Jordann Davis, Club Photographer
April 8, 2019

Boots, trucks and hats were the perfect ensemble for the Jerrod Niemann concert on April 5 at the Seward County activity center. Country singer Jerrod...

In order to become a U.S. Citizen, you must learn the answers to 100 questions. To pass the test, you have to get six questions correct in an oral exam.

SCCC classes help community members earn their citizenship

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter
April 5, 2019

Citizenship isn’t something that most United States inhabitants will ever have to worry about. For those that are born here, citizenship is automatic;...

Madison Hall, SCCC student,  safely handles the cattle by staying within their flight zone. By slightly moving forward, she is able to move them the direction she wants.

Photo Essay: Ag hosts livestock judging for area schools

Jordann Davis, Club Photographer
March 4, 2019

Area high school FFA and 4-H teams spent a cold morning, March 2, competing in a livestock judging contest at Seward County Community College. They tested...

Throwing pottery is Carlos Hernandez’ passion. He has been involved with the Seward County Community College class for the last six years. The class is open to students and the community. Many in the class are like Hernandez and repeatedly take it for the chance to create in the art lab.

Photo Essay: Hernandez shares passion for ceramics

Daniela Carmona, photographer
February 13, 2019

If Carlos Hernandez isn’t walking around campus as a security guard, he’s normally in the art lab. The security guard and SCCC student spends most...

SCCC glassblowing instructor Matthew Williams works with molten glass to create a new piece of art during his class Feb. 4 at Liberal High School. Williams got his own start in this class years ago and now teaches SCCC students and community members to shape their own glass art.

Flaming art

Annette Meza, Copy Editor
February 12, 2019

An intense heat emanates from the glowing furnace inside the glass blowing shed behind the annex building of Liberal High School. It bounces off of ones...

Cole Evans, Kaitlyn Van Vleet crowned Homecoming king and queen

Cole Evans, Kaitlyn Van Vleet crowned Homecoming king and queen

Monica Gonzalez, photographer
February 11, 2019

This year's spring homecoming was held on Feb. 9 in the greenhouse. Cole Evans and Kaitlyn Van Vleet were crowned Homecoming King and Queen between the...

Band, Choir perform at Christmas concert

Rubi Gallegos, Photo Editor
December 10, 2018

The music department at Seward County Community College performed Dec. 7 for their end of the semester concert. The band and choir played before a packed...

Finals week begins, happy studying!

Crusader Staff
December 7, 2018

Finals week for the fall 2018 semester begins Monday. Everyone is burning the midnight oil to get the last papers done and study for tests. The Crusader...

This certain dish is called a “gringa” The type of tortilla to use for this certain dish is a flour tortilla. The “gringa” consists of any type of meat of your choice and mozzarella, lettuce, tomato and avocado.

Taco Truck Tour

Crusader Staff
December 3, 2018

As college students, we know that fast food is the easiest way to fuel up on carbs and calories between classes, which is certainly necessary to have energy...

Social Media has made shopping this holiday season available from the tip of your fingers!!

Social Media starts new way to shop

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor
November 20, 2018

Thanksgiving is around the corner and so are the annual Black Friday sales. Every year seems to play out the same: a store announces their doorbuster deals...

Traditional Thanksgiving means different foods for different people

Annette Meza and Michelle Mattich
November 14, 2018

Thanksgiving just isn't the same without food. Seward County Community College makes sure students and the community get their fair share every year....

After defeating the Barton Cougars and the Hutchinson Blue Dragons, the Lady Saints claimed the Region VI Championship title. They will travel to Hutchinson to play in the NJCAA DI National Tournament from Nov. 15-17.

Lady Saints head to Nationals

Amberley Taylor, Co-Editor
November 5, 2018

With the help of their rowdy student crowd, No. 6 Seward County Community College Volleyball  will advance to the NJCAA National Tournament for the second...

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