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The Steps Challenge 2.0 pushes SCCC staff to their feet

The Steps Challenge 2.0 pushes SCCC staff to their feet

Jazmin Caballero, Reporter
December 2, 2022

Would the average person be able to guess the amount of steps they take daily? Many people spend most of their time on their feet either walking, standing...

Magda Silva, a music teacher. Silva enjoys listening to relaxing music sitting down in her office.

Student, faculty describe favorite songs, music

Roque Reveles-Montelongo
November 22, 2022

Students and teachers have different types of songs they listen to. Most students or teachers listen to them in different places such as traveling, school...

The Crusader staff was able to go sight seeing in between different conference actives. Reporter Ashanti Thompson listed off many national landmarks including the White House, the Senate, and the Washington Memorial.

Crusader takes their success nationally

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
November 9, 2022

Last semester, Crusader News was victorious at the Kansas Collegiate Media Awards receiving 72 awards and now their success has spread nationally....

Rodriguez like to study on Quizlet, because that seems to help her.

SCCC students study for exams

Roque Reveles-Montelongo
October 26, 2022

Final exams will soon be here. Some students study for an hour or so every day, others study five hours the night before. Many college students learn how...

Cassandra Norin, director of the library, introduces keynote speaker for the final Saints Scribes events. The speaker for lunch was Steve Wolgast, a New York Times editor for nine years and current professor at the University of Kansas.

Library hosts final Saints Scribes event

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
October 17, 2022

The smell of Italian spices wafting through the hall at lunchtime was enough for students to explore what was happening in the library. With free pizza...

SCCC tutors offer to help students with assignments

SCCC tutors offer to help students with assignments

Roque Reveles-Montelongo, Reporter
October 4, 2022

Seward County Community College offers three different opportunities to obtain tutoring- the Writing Center, Academic Achievements tutors, and TRiO. To...

Coming in for the Change

Coming in for the Change

Megan Berg and Laura Gillespie
September 13, 2022

Out with the old and in with the new. Seward County Community College has upgraded the dorms with security, curfew, and co ed rules. Celeste Donovan, vice...

 Students lift their tassels bringing them over to the left side of their cap signaling their official graduation. Crossing from left to right is a symbol of crossing one’s heart as Donovan explains.

The Greenhouse celebrates graduation once again

Megan Berg and Laura Gillespie
May 9, 2022

A sea of black robes stood across the Greenhouse court as Seward County Community College’s 51st annual graduation commenced. Except something was missing....

The finished product is a vibrant, delicate wax sculpture of your hand. Set to the side to dry, SCCC presented a wide variety of wax hands this Wednesday afternoon.

Mold your stress away

Ashanti Thompson, Reporter
May 5, 2022

On the third day of Seward County Community College’s de-stress week, it hosted The Smith Agencies Wax to the Max hand sculptures. Students and faculty...

Copies of the Telolith are given at the event to students for free. The Telolith is a magazine composed of students’ submitted artwork and writings. More copies are available in the humanities building for anyone interested.

Telolith revealed at de-stress night

Megan Berg, Feature Editor
May 4, 2022

With finals approaching quickly, different methods on how to ease stress can be found all over social media. The SCribblers and Anime club at Seward...

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