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The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News


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...

Saints on skates

The Student Union came to life as loud music played and students rolled around on skates, Feb. 22. While some were skilled in their skating others were...

Pancake Day has been a Liberal tradition for more than 70 years. It was canceled and moved to an online event this year due to COVID-19 protocols and the severe cold weather blanketing the area. As part of the virtual celebration, share your memories of Pancake Day and make new ones in your home. (File photo)

Virtual Pancake Day takes place today

Maria Coronado, Reporter
February 16, 2021

Waking up to the smell of pancakes sure is delicious. In Liberal there is a whole day dedicated to it. Pancake Day is celebrated every year on the day...

International students beam, glow at SCCC

Monalisa Chakraborty, Club Reporter
February 16, 2021

International students have always been a part of Seward County Community College, especially in its athletics department. Only one team—baseball—...

All over campus students can  be seen attending classes with the use of Zoom. While some of them say that Zoom is really helpful others are starting to get tired of the use of the application in place of in person learning

Zoom fatigue … it’s a thing!

Krisi Anderson
February 10, 2021

Classes have been in for a month now, including the week of online at the beginning of the semester. However, students still have to do some online classes....

SCCC offers community drive-through “Saints Care” event

SCCC offers community drive-through “Saints Care” event

February 10, 2021

Update: Due to bad weather and extreme cold temperatures, Saints Care day has been postponed. Stay tune for the new time. Seward County Community College...

Community pulls together to offer COVID help

Community pulls together to offer COVID help

February 8, 2021

Students may find COVID relief through two local efforts this week. Free boxes of food will be distributed on Feb. 10 at Seward County fairgrounds' activity...

Students, faculty and staff may answer COVID-19 screening questions from their phone before stepping foot on campus. Seward County Community College has teamed up Healthy Roster in an effort to keep students and employees from coming onto campus and exposing large numbers of people to Covid.

SCCC uses Healthy Roster app as extra precaution

Destiny Vasquez
February 3, 2021

Students may now participate in a daily health screening before they even step foot on campus.   A “Healthy Roster” questionnaire through email...

Seward County Community College has now started to conduct randomized Covid test on all its students in addition to dorm residents, student-athletes, and those in speciality programs. All this is being done as an effort to stop the spread of Covid on campus that way students are able to attend classes in person.

Students required to take randomized COVID tests

Maria Coronado
February 1, 2021

Seward County Community College students are now required to randomly test for the COVID-19 virus in hopes to stop the spread and keep campus safe. The...

Jesse Valverde a Liberal native finds that studying in the library very nice in order to get some work done in preparation for this semesters finals

Teachers, students provide study tips for finals

Krisi Anderson
December 1, 2020

Christmas break is just around the corner and so are finals. Stress levels are high and sleep levels are low. Students are turning in late assignments...

With COVID cases on the raise SCCC will have to make the decision  to make remote learning a reality for the first two weeks of the spring semester.

Students react to starting the spring semester remotely

William Swanson
November 24, 2020

With some finals taking place on campus this fall, it looks like things are going back to normal in the era of COVID-19. But due to the rise in cases,...

Campus will be closed to visitors starting Nov. 30. Classes will still meet but no one from outside of the college community will be allowed on campus as an effort to combat COVID-19.

Classes continue while campus closes to public Nov. 30

November 23, 2020

In response to steep increases in COVID-19 cases in the community, Seward County Community College will limit public access to campus beginning Nov. 30...

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