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After a year of not having any theater productions, the SCCC humanities will now put on a Broadway Revue. Students former and current have picked songs from various popular shows. The Broadway Revue will be from April 22-24 at 6pm.

Broadway Revue performance set for April 22-24

Monalisa Chakraborty April 19, 2021

Music is a part of our daily life. It helps us to relax our minds and lift our moods. Seward County Community College brings “Broadway Revue” with some popular music choices from different shows....

This semester the SCCC English department is hosting a Celebration of Creative Writing night. It expands on the annual poetry coffee house by adding other types of writing to the event. It will be tonight at 7 p.m. in the band room.

Celebrating creative writers

Maria Coronado, Reporter April 15, 2021

Looking for something positive to do during COVID stay-at-home and precautions, Pat Mann took Seward County Community College's creative writing course as a way to do something "fun" during the pandemic. Mann...

The Crusader staff works together to cover a story over the reopening of the E-boutique. The staff worked on shooting interviews with the members of the PBL club.

Crusader wins All-Kansas award

Crusader staff April 14, 2021

F or the third year in a row, Crusader has won the All- Kansas award as the best two-year news team in the state.  The Kansas Collegiate Media Awards announced the annual awards Friday via a zoom...

Shandon Classen is the transfer advisor for SCCC. He gives four basic steps to help students transfer.

How to Transfer

Krisi Anderson, Club Reporter April 13, 2021

College can be frightening on its own. As the end of the semester comes, so does the impending doom of having to transfer colleges, but there is no need to fear. Shandon Claussen, the SCCC transfer...

Style at no cost

Monalisa Chakraborty, Club Reporter April 7, 2021

Are you in need of an arrangement of clothing, jewelry, hats, or shoes for any occasion?   Seward County Community College’s Phi Beta Lambda students, which is made up of all business majors, are...

Students raced around campus looking for eggs. some hidden obvious places others not so much.

Saints on the hunt for eggs

Maria Coronado, Krisi Anderson, and Raven Staten April 1, 2021

Students took off as the clock struck 8 a.m. in the search of eggs scattered across campus. The egg hunt consisted of 300 eggs hidden all around the campus.  Wade Lyon, director of student life put...

Janeth Vazquez is a local advocate and teaches the citizenship classes at Seward County Community   College. Vazquez has been part of numerous protests and orginaztions that help support DACA awareness and pathways to citizenship. Dreamers like Sarahi Aguilera had come to Washington D.C to help advocate not only for DACA but for the rights of undocumented immigrants. Aguilera is a recent graduate of Seward County Community College  and is a advocate for the community.  She celebrates and hopes that the American  Dream and Promise Act will help all 11 million undocumented immigrants.

American Dream and Promise Act sparks hope for DACA recipients

Maria Coronado March 22, 2021

T he House of Representatives voted on March 18 to create a path to citizenship for an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants.    The American Dream and Promise Act forms part of President...

After a lot of studying and hard work, students show off their certificates for earning their citizenship.

Classes help students become US citizens

Maria Coronado March 22, 2021

Janeth Vazquez hopes the US citizenship course she teaches at Seward County Community College can be useful for students planning on becoming citizens.  With the House of Representatives passing...

Jason Sautter, head men's basketball coach, draws out a play during a timeout. The coach and entire team was recently suspended for three-games by the college after an altercation against Dodge City Community College's team. They will not play tonight's regularly scheduled game. You may catch them back on the court Wednesday in Garden City.

Men’s basketball gets three-game suspension

William Swanson, Club Reporter March 22, 2021

The men’s basketball team will miss its game against Barton Community college tonight due to a three-game suspension handed down by the college. This will mark the last game of their suspension after...

SCCC outlines spring break guidelines, schedule

SCCC outlines spring break guidelines, schedule

March 13, 2021

Seward County Community College will observe spring break from March 15-19 as originally scheduled on the academic calendar for 2020-21. While students and faculty will enjoy a traditional week off, campus...

Students and faculty talk about a women that they admire in their lives. March 8 is International Women's Day something that was started 1911.

Crusader celebrates International Women’s day

Maria Coronado March 8, 2021

March 8 is International Women's Day.  The event started in 1911 as a means to campaign against World War 1 has now turned into a day focused on celebrating women and their accomplishments.  The day...

A protesters holds their signs while marching peacefully down Kansas Ave. The March was done in order to support the Black Lives Matter Movement that was sparked after the death of Trayvon Martin in 2012.

Black History Month sparks conversations about advocacy, BLM

Maria Coronado and Raven Staten February 25, 2021

F ebruary is dedicated to appreciate both the past and present of the black community. Black History month focuses on appreciating all Black historical figures —globally— that have changed history...

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