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SCCC students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

SCCC students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Brianna Rich, Reporter
September 21, 2021

Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 by Crusader

Suicide warning signs

Suicide warning signs

Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor
September 20, 2021

Olive Green and Neon Yellow Illustrated UI Sleep Hygiene Infographic by Crusader

Freshman Alejandra Sandoval hits a forehand in her first match in Oklahoma City during a weekend tournament Sept.17-8.

Women’s tennis competes in Oklahoma City

Mauricio Gonzalez, Reporter
September 20, 2021

Women's and men's tennis competed over the weekend in Oklahoma City as part of the OKC Invite. The two teams faced steep competition. Next up for the teams...

Students can claim ‘easy money’

Laura Gillespie, Reporter
September 15, 2021

It is not too late to receive free money, just talk to financial aid!  Less than half of Seward County College students have not even filled out the...

As the team scrimmages against each other, the Lady Saints look up to the air to find the ball. Malena Catala, a freshman from Argentina, gets prepared to hit the ball. The volleyball has their first home match and conference game Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Greenhouse.

Volleyball uses off-season to prep for national dominance

William Swanson, Club Reporter
August 24, 2021

Just four months after a heartbreaking loss to Barton in the Region VI championship, the Saints’ volleyball team practices in the same gym where a 3-point...

Adrian Mendoza, sophomore accounting major, shows off his spray paint art. It took three minutes for this solar system to be painted.

Photo Essay: First week is busy with activities

Mary Ramirez and Victoria Martins
August 20, 2021

The first week on campus is in the books. It was filled with scrambling to classes, getting textbooks and making new friends. Each day the student services...

Javier Victoria, Guymon, Oklahoma, simply grabbed clothes out of his closet at home and transferred them via hangers to his new dorm room at the SLC. This saved time unpacking and made for easy storage in his car.

Photo Essay: Students move into SLC, settle into college life

Brianna Rich, Photographer
August 16, 2021

Carts were packed high with everything from mini-refrigerators to X-Boxes on Saturday as students moved into the Student Living Center (SLC). Parents,...

The Nutrition Cave is open Monday-Thursday from seven in the morning till five in the evening along with Friday’s from seven in the morning to two in the afternoon. Stop by to get protein shakes and teas like these!

Nutrition Cave

As we walked into the cave we were welcomed with a delicious smell of fruit. The Nutrition Cave at 1406 W 15th St. in Liberal fits its description. It...

Crusaders podcast takes a look at what students expect during this summer after COVID.

Podcast: Will summer 2021 smash social, emotional after-effects of COVID?

Krisi Anderson and Raven Staten
May 4, 2021

With Summer just around the corner and COVID slowing down in the United States, things are now different. Crusader News and Seward County Community College...

The reigning three-time world champion Hailey Kinsel rounds barrel number three to run a 17.26 second run. Kinsel placed first in the round averages of the Guymon Pioneer Days PRCA Rodeo, April 30-May2. She tied with Jordon Briggs. Both brought home $2,131 for the event.

Photo Gallery: Pioneer Days’ PRCA rodeo brings in the stars

Brooklynn Bauer, Photographer
May 3, 2021

Pioneer Days in Guymon, Oklahoma was back to normal this year, especially the PRCA rodeo. Contestants from all over converged for four performances to...

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