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The auto body painting will be sold in the live auction and is valued at being priceless because of SCCCs Auto Body program students hard work in creating it.

Annual SCCC auction benefits student scholarships

Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor
September 21, 2021

This upcoming Saturday 25 at 6:00 p.m. is the annual Seward County Community College foundation auction and all proceeds will benefit the student body...

SCCC students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

SCCC students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Brianna Rich, Reporter
September 21, 2021

Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 by Crusader

Kit Hernandez is getting her blood pressure taken before donating blood. Hernandez was nervous because it was her first time donating. Hernandez said that giving blood is important because that are people that need it and it could save a life.

Students, faculty save lives by donating blood

Victoria Martins, Reporter
September 16, 2021

The first annual American Red Cross blood drive hosted and sponsored by HALO took place at the Student Union, on Sept. 16. Students and staff are encouraged...

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...

Staff personnel Paul Fisher making a salad with the newly open salad bar.

SCCC cafeteria offers self-service options; first time since COVID

Ana Brangioni and Mauricio Gonzalez
September 14, 2021

The cafeteria at Seward County Community College is finally offering self-service options in almost a year. Now students and staff can serve their salads,...

Nation Remembers 9/11 20 Years Later

Nation Remembers 9/11 20 Years Later

Brooke Katen, Reporter
September 13, 2021

It has been 20 years since hijacked airliners struck the twin towers on the morning of September 11, 2001. Twenty years later and Americans are still paying...

New club comes to SCCC

New club comes to SCCC

Kylie Regier, Reporter
September 9, 2021

There is a new club coming to Seward County Community College, and it's called Financial Literacy and Life Skills or FiLLs. This club is designed to help...

The womens tennis team tries to cool off in the one corner of shade at the practice courts. One player drapes herself with a cool towel to beat the 100+ degree heat.

SCCC protects student athletes in high heat

Brooke Katen, Reporter
September 8, 2021

It's no secret that the past few weeks have been hot in Liberal. Liz Hill, Head Athletic Trainer at Seward County Community College, explained how she...

During the volleyball quarantine, players were able to keep up with classes with the help of Zoom.

SCCC encourages students to follow current COVID protocols

Ana Brangioni and Dani Arellano
September 2, 2021

Seven members of the Lady Saints volleyball team were quarantined on Aug. 30 due to one positive case within the program. Due to COVID protocols, the Lady...

Three finalists for the Seward County Community College presidents job will visit campus in the next few weeks.

SCCC announces finalists in presidential search

August 24, 2021

The Seward County Community College Board of Trustees has announced its shortlist of finalists in its search for the college’s 12th president. Dr....

Free COVID vaccines offered on campus

Free COVID vaccines offered on campus

August 20, 2021

Seward County Community College is partnering with the local Department of Health to offer free Vaccinations on campus in a couple of weeks for our students,...

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