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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


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...

The graduation application deadline was Nov. 19 but many sophomores still have not turned in their applications for spring graduation

No application? No graduation!

Destiny Vasquez, Multi-Media Reporter
November 20, 2020

Graduation applications for spring 2021 have been available since the start of the fall semester but many sophomores haven’t filled it out. The problem,...

Alondra Galindo, a sophomore majoring in biology, Esi Houtz,  a sophomore Nursing Major, A.J. Luna, sophomore ASL Major show off the prizes that they won from the nightime egg hunt. The egg hunt had been scheduled for Easter earlier this year but unfortunately COVID shut down campus and the event was not able to take place until this fall

Halloween hunt has students searching in dark

Krisi Anderson, Reporter
October 30, 2020

Students took off across the courtyard in search of prizes with flashlights to guide them. Eggs lay hidden on window seals, trees, and in the grass The...

Students help raise funds during annual SCCC Phonathon

October 30, 2020

Students spent the last two weeks on their phones raising money for the annual phonathon. The Seward County Community College Foundation puts on the annual...

Pumpkin painting contest goes on despite snow storm

Pumpkin painting contest goes on despite snow storm

Mary Ramirez, Reporter
October 29, 2020

Four tables in the student union have everything needed to paint set out for students. But what are they going to paint? Pumpkins!  Wade Lyon, Seward...

New president of SCCC arrives on campus

William Swanson, Reporter
October 26, 2020

W hen Brad Bennett finished up his work and said his goodbyes at Colby Community College , he took a picture outside of the college he had served for...

Poll open for early voting on  Oct 19 til election day on Nov 3 from 7am til 7pm

Voter Guide: 2020 Presidential Election

Crusader staff
October 20, 2020

With polls now open for early presidential election. Many students are first time voters. Crusader News offers this voters guide to help navigate the issues...

SCCC welcomes the new head volleyball coach, Geno Frugoli to SCCC. Frugoli is very involved with the team during their practices and hopes to be able Some goals in place for the Seward volleyball team is to win nationals, win
regular season games, and definitely “take this good team and keep them good”

Frugoli takes over as head volleyball coach

Mary Ramirez, Reporter
October 15, 2020

Walking into the greenhouse, you instantly feel a different environment during volleyball practice. Geno Frugoli walks the team through some exercises...

Pierre Copin, a sophomore from France sits in the Showcase Theater for his midterm for public speaking. For many students sitting six feet apart during classes and tests have become the new “normal”

The day of a college student during COVID

Krisi Anderson, Reporter
October 14, 2020

College has taken a different approach to life due to the recent pandemic. The normal life for college students has somewhat changed. However, not every...

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