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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,...

TikTok craze is hit and miss on campus

October 27, 2021

Have you seen the famous Applebee's Tiktok? Well, if you haven't... Check it out right here with Crusader News and witness staff and students doing the...

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

Berfin Mertcan and Seyum Park go up to block the ball coming from the Lady Trojan Savannah Adams. Park is a middle and outside hitter for the Lady Saints and has a block assist overall of 33.

Photo Essay: Lady Saints destroy the Lady Trojans

Victoria Martins, Photographer
October 21, 2021

On Oct. 20 the Lady Saints defeated the Trojans at the Greenhouse on Dig Pink Night. Seward County Community College volleyball team is now 11-3 in the...

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...

Whats your waste stream?

What’s your waste stream?

Saskia Vogelzang, Reporter
October 19, 2021

 

Campus goes maskless

Brooke Katen, Reporter
October 5, 2021

Students came to class Monday without wearing masks. It's the first time since COVID showed up in southwest Kansas in March 2020 that students have gone...

Amy Thompson reads a book called Bee Makes Tea. Sharing this story relates to her personal identity by her families generational 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...

Gross! Or is it?

Megan Berg , Reporter
September 29, 2021

Students in Sue Sprenkle’s freshman seminar class volunteered to try some of Seward County Community College Saints’ weirdest food combinations.  The...

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