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Qaiyoom Olanlege took this photo as part of the midterm for Photography II. The test asked students to create a commercial photo with negative space.

Student photo exhibit becomes virtual gallery

Photo 2 Class
May 4, 2020

A closed campus didn't keep photography students from showing their work at the end of the semester. The Photography I and Photography II classes created...

Its been a month since social distancing became the norm. Some areas of the country have really taken it to heart, while others havent paid much attention.

Seward gets a ‘D’ for social distancing

Preston Burrows, Features Editor
April 15, 2020

Going to the store or to a favorite restaurant everyday is a thing of the past with stay-at-home restrictions from the federal and state government. It's...

Ballroom dancing waltzes into SCCC

Rebecca Irby and Denise Perez
March 31, 2020

Editor’s note: This story was produced by our staff before spring break. While this class no longer meets due to the statewide coronavirus “stay-at-home”...

Elvis Polvon and Rebecca Irby bring you Saints Stories as part of Crusader News podcast. The freshmen start off their series asking students what advice theyd give their younger self.

Saints Stories: Podcast features students’ advice to their younger self

Elvis Polvon and Rebecca Irby
March 27, 2020

Editor's Note: This was recorded before spring break. We decided it was time to publish a few stories that are back to "normal" - whatever that is...

SCCC moves to online classes March 23

Annette Meza and Elvis Polvon
March 17, 2020

In response to current conditions surrounding the Coronavirus disease, the Seward County Community College executive team decided to move classes online...

Hannah Schulman, freshman from Colorado Springs, helps her team get to victory with great pitching skills.

Lady Saints win against Clarendon college

Elvis Polvon, Reporter
March 6, 2020

The Lady Saints softball team won against Clarendon College on March 5. During the first game, the score ended with a score 17-16, and during the last...

Cats on campus

Annette Meza and Preston Burrows
March 4, 2020

At the student living center, there's more than just students. Cats live there too! Since the beginning of the year, kittens and cats have roamed around...

Erika Espinoza, TRiO advisor, got a first glimpse of the salt rocks in the Strataca by touching the Oversize Rock Salt display in the Permian Playground. Guests are able to touch the displays in the Permian Playground, such as the salt dust and oversize rock salt.

Photo essay: TRiO’s salt mine adventure

Maggie Ibarra, Reporter
March 3, 2020

TRiO, a federally funded grant program designed to help Seward County Community College students succeed, occasionally offers cultural experience trips...

Ribbon cutting makes it the official opening of the Sharp Family Champions Center. Jo Ann and Gene Sharp are the lead donors, who also cut the ribbon.

Photo Essay: Sharp Family Champions Center opens officially with ribbon cutting

Victoria Martins
February 24, 2020

The new Sharp Family Champions Center officially opened Feb. 24 with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The new indoor practice facility at Seward County Community...

Cress preached the first Sunday of January this year. He arrives at church every Sunday at 9 a.m. to look over his notes.

Photo Essay: Sundays are busy work day for local pastor

Calen Moore, Club reporter
February 20, 2020

Sunday mornings can be relaxing or hectic depending on your family or vocation. For Mark Cress, a pastor at First Southern Baptist Church in Liberal,  Sunday...

Another one of the students found in the music cave is James Daniel Rodriguez a.k.a stalagmite, as he is commonly found in his spot on the couch. Maggie Ibarra gave him a rude awakening as a joking payback to a prank he pulled on her earlier this school year.

Photo Essay: Music cave becomes second home for music majors

A.J. Gomez, Photography II student
February 19, 2020

Deep in the bowels of the Seward County Community College Shank Humanities building, a room can be found where people scarcely tread, mainly due to the...

Victoria Bangs provides a visual learning experience for beginning English students. Most of the students speak Spanish but Bangs doesn’t allow it to be spoken in her class, in an effort to get as much English practice as possible. One of the best ways for beginner students to connect a meaning with a vocabulary word is by acting it out or using pictures. There are three levels of English offered at the Colvin Adult Learning Center — basic, intermediate and advanced.

Photo Essay: Colvin makes language learning fun

Photography 2 Class
February 14, 2020

S itting slightly off Kansas Avenue in Liberal, the Colvin Adult Learning Center is easy to miss. The plain white building has no distinguishing features...

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