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Sophomore right-handed pitcher, Monique Ashley,  watches a ball go past her while sophomore catcher, Miriam Hirata, catches the softball.

Photo Essay: Softball Preview

Amberley Taylor, Editor
February 1, 2018

The Lady Saints Softball team will kick off their season at a tournament in Fort Worth, Texas, from Friday, Feb. 2 to Saturday, Feb 3. The Lady Saints...

Ethan Earhart pitches a few practice throws before the game starts. Earhart pitched three of the nine innings.

Photo Essay: Saints Baseball vs McCook

Amberley Taylor, Editor
January 29, 2018

On Saturday, Jan. 27, The Saints baseball team competed against McCook Community College. The Saints won by a score of 14-2 in a nine-inning game. The...

Sophomore, Terrell Alfred, dribbles around a Cloud County defender while sophomore, KeSean Davis attempts to screen.

Photo Essay: Saints defeat Cloud County

Amberley Taylor, Editor
January 25, 2018

On Wednesday, Jan. 24, the Seward County Saints defeated Cloud County by a score of 80-64. Cloud County and Seward exchanged points for most of the first...

Thais Allen, volleyball coach, served as dealer at one of the six tables. She kept the game moving and helped students understand the game in the beginning. Once everyone learned how to play, she kept her table laughing by egging on the betting and competition.

Homecoming Week: Poker Night

Photography II Class, Photographers
January 23, 2018

Students gathered around to get instructions. Some were nervous because they’d never played Texas Hold ‘em, but everyone was in it for the fun …...

The Satanta High School band plays in the Greenhouse on Saturday Jan. 13 during the game vs Garden. Throughout the month of January, different area high school bands are coming to play for home games.

Photo Essay: Satanta High School Band

Rubi Gallegos, Photographer
January 16, 2018


For those in need of a last minute, cheap Christmas gift, Crusader has provided some ideas perfect for a college student to give.

Christmas Gift Guide

Angelica Alfaro, Reporter
December 6, 2017

Christmas is just around the corner and your shopping list hasn't got any shorter. Well guess what? Here are a few gift guides to make shopping easier...

PBL elects officers: (l-r) Josie Palmer-Historian, Rogelio Pando-Secretary, Zachary Mansell-Vice President, Derryck Symons-Treasurer, Bryce Minor-President, Haley Lujan-Reporter, Guadalupe Mercado-Parliamentarian

Phi Beta Lambda start their journey

Angel Meza, Sports Editor
November 29, 2017

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is the world’s largest professional business fraternity, helping members prepare for careers in business. This year of 2017, PBL...

SCCC students were asked if they enjoyed Christmas or Thanksgiving more through a survey.

SCCC students anxiously await Christmas

Alondra Trevizo, Reporter
November 14, 2017

As November hits, Seward County Community College students prepare for the upcoming holidays. While some are more than willing to put their christmas tree...

Jose Alvarado sleeps his stress away. “I think taking naps really helps me before I attend my next class. It refreshes my memory and keeps me awake during class,” Alvarado said.

Naps are important part of life

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
October 17, 2017

Slumping onto the chair next to him, a student takes an early morning nap. He doesn't seem bothered by his surroundings, a normally quiet library, and...

How do you nap?

How do you nap?

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
October 17, 2017

It seems that everyone at SCCC takes a nap. They might deny it, but deep down, we all know it's true. So, Crusader got to the bottom of it by taking to...

Sarahi Aguilera struts down the runway showing off her outfit. The Baker Arts Center put together a fashion show to highlight different cultures and styles in honor of Hispanic Heritage month that runs from Sept. 15- Oct. 15.

Photo Essay: Hispanic Heritage Month highlighted in fashion show

David Quiroz, Photographer
September 25, 2017
SCCC students participated in a Hispanic Heritage fashion show at Baker Arts Center, Sept. 23. They showed current fashion and even some traditional.
Freddy’s opens, chaos ensues

Freddy’s opens, chaos ensues

Alondra Trevizo, Reporter
September 20, 2017

Cars circled out onto the streets of Liberal as the doors to Freddy’s opened for the first time on Sept. 17. When I arrived at the restaurant, the...

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