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Taco Truck Tour

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.

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 for tests and busy schedules, especially within the next few weeks.  We also know that everyone loves tacos, they can't be hated and everyone knows what...

Social Media starts new way to shop

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

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 and staying up until 4 a.m just to get that TV is the only thing on your mind. Waiting in line, hoping you're the first one or fighting someone...

Traditional Thanksgiving means different foods for different people

There was an array of different flavors of pie for everyone to try at the Thanksgiving meal!

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.  Great Western Dining hosted the annual Thanksgiving luncheon in the student union on Nov. 13. The lines were long and people were eager to eat ...

Lady Saints head to Nationals

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.

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 time in four years after defeating the Hutchinson Community College for the Region VI Championship title. The Lady Saints started off the weekend with...

SCCC hosts Halloween Trick or Treat Street

The Gomez Family poses in their farm-themed family costume. The Gomez children were dressed as scarecrows and chickens, along with their parents who dressed up  with them as well.

Anastasia Smalldridge, Photographer

November 1, 2018

Each Halloween, Seward County Community College Clubs and Organizations get together, dress up, host games and give out candy to kids from Liberal and the surrounding area. Families come every year so that there kids can get candy in a warm and safe place. “It’s tradition for HALO to come every y...

Softball, baseball hosts first slow pitch game

It was the very first slow pitch game for SCCC baseball and softball teams. both teams intermixed to create teams to play each other on the softball field for charity.

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor

October 31, 2018

On Oct. 30 SCCC softball, baseball had their very first slow pitch game for charity. the teams were collecting canned food for the food closet. They dressed up in costumes and combined their teams to play each other on the softball field. Although it was a cloudy chilly day, their costumes popped out ...

Saints Showcase 2018 Preview Night

The Saints and Lady Saints basketball teams held their Preview Night in the Greenhouse on Wednesday. There were many fun events for the players and audience members throughout the night.

Amberley Taylor, Co-Editor

October 26, 2018

On Wednesday, Saints, Lady Saints and their fans gathered in the Greenhouse to celebrate the annual Saints/Lady Saints Basketball Preview Night. The night was filled with entertainment by both the men’s and women’s basketball team, the cheerleaders and members of the audience. The night consisted o...

Lady Saints claim Jayhawk West title

Setter, Esmadar Tavares; libero, Nathiellen Machado; middle/outside hitter, Aundrea Boyland; middle hitter, Luz Sierra and right side hitter, Giovanna Tapigliani pose for their picture on Sophomore Night. Sophomore Night honors players as they play their final season as Seward County Lady Saints.

Alondra Botello, Reporter

October 23, 2018

The Seward County Community College Lady Saints won their third consecutive Jayhawk West title after defeating the Independence Community College Lady Pirates during Sophomore Night in the Greenhouse. Sophomore Night started off with a stellar performance by the Lady Saints, leading by only two during t...

Trail of terror leaves you screaming on your knees

The Trail of Terror took place on the weekend of Oct. 18, 19, 20 at Arkalon Park.

Monica Gonzalez, Reporter

October 22, 2018

Area residents had a chance to be scared along a haunted trail Oct. 18-20 in Arkalon Park, Liberal. The Shop With a Cop fund hosted the annual Halloween event. There were different entrances for starting the hike in the dark. The trail was shaped like a horseshoe so it was easy to follow and see all...

A rise in Hate Speech leaves its mark on younger Generations

Posters were made to show the protest against hate speech and its impact on the younger generation.

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor

October 16, 2018

We all know what a hate speech is, right? A hate speech is when somebody gets on their soapbox and spouts hateful things about someone or a group of people. The people watching think, what balls do you have to get up there and just spout nonsense? Merriam Webster dictionary defines it as: speech expressin...

Colorful cultures showcased on SCCC stage

Janeth Vasquez, SCCC's transfer advisor,  hosted the Multicultural Fashion show to showcase  diversity in Liberal. Despite snow keeping some of the participants away, the show featured cultures from Ghana, American Indian, Hispanic and more.

Cindy Aguilar, Club Reporter

October 15, 2018

Liberal itself has been known to be a Hispanic majority city, but still manages to be extremely diverse and welcoming to all cultures. Seward County Community College Transfer advisor, Janeth Vazquez wanted to highlight the diversity in Liberal this past Sunday, October 14, by hosting a multicultura...

Fall TV is back and better than ever

Fall TV is back and better than ever

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor

October 1, 2018

It's that time of year again, sweater weather and leaves falling. It's the perfect time to stay home, cozy up with a blanket and your favorite warm drink and watch something good on TV.  But what is there to watch? Instead of wasting hours browsing (we have all been there), I'll start you off with some mu...

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