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Arredondo recognized as Microsoft certified

Arredondo recognized as Microsoft certified

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

April 23, 2019

To be a certified Microsoft specialist one needs to pass four exams on Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Powerpoint. This certification shows that the individual knows how to run these programs. Each exam takes 50 minutes to complete and for freshman education major Cassandra Arredondo, it was ever...

There’s more to coffee than you think

There’s more to coffee than you think

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

April 18, 2019

Louie’s place is filled with the smell of coffee. The unique taste of Reverie Roasters coffee was in full swing as attendees sipped the coffee. On April 17 Reverie Roasters held a coffee lecture at Louie’s place. This included a brief history of coffee and how coffee gets from the tree to the com...

Egg-cellent dash

Egg-cellent dash

Annette Meza, Cheyenne Miller, and Michelle Mattich

April 16, 2019

A sea of excited students waited with bated breath outside of the Seward County Community College bookstore. Everyone chatted nervously with their friends, eyeing the prizes on display in the window, picking out the ones that they hoped to win. Students peeked in the windows of the bookstore, trying to get...

SCCC students get accepted into pharmacy school

SCCC students get accepted into pharmacy school

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter

April 16, 2019

The idea of attending college for six years might seem like more of a punishment than a reward to most, but for Seward County Community College sophomore pre-pharmacy majors Karlo Flores and Huy Cam, their dreams of an extended education have just become a reality. After completing a rigorous application proc...

Crusader News wins All-Kansas, gains insight

Crusader News wins All-Kansas, gains insight

Annette Meza, Copy Editor

April 10, 2019

The Seward County Community College Crusader news staff ventured out to Wichita on an overnight trip on April 7-8 for the Kansas Collegiate Media Conference. While attending, the 2018 news staff, which consists of Michelle Mattich, Annette Meza, Rubi Gallegos, Monica Gonzalez, Calen Moore, Daniella Ca...

SCCC classes help community members earn their citizenship

SCCC classes help community members earn their citizenship

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter

April 5, 2019

Citizenship isn’t something that most United States inhabitants will ever have to worry about. For those that are born here, citizenship is automatic; for those that have migrated to the States from other countries, however, the process isn’t so simple. Immigrants who are already residents and are...

SCCC hosts its annual Phonathon

SCCC hosts its annual Phonathon

Calen Moore, Reporter

April 3, 2019

The room was completely still, as a young college student reached for their phone. She picked it up and dialed a number. She sat awkwardly as she stumbled over her words. Almost every muscle in her body clenched from the nervousness of calling. She hung up and did it again and again and again. That i...

Sigma Chi Chi hosts fundraiser for Guymon police dogs

Sigma Chi Chi hosts fundraiser for Guymon police dogs

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter

March 27, 2019

After a three a year hiatus, Seward County Community College’s law enforcement club, Sigma Chi Chi, is making a comeback. This time around, members have big plans for the club. On March 30, the club, in partnership with the Liberal Police Department, will host a fun run fundraiser in support o...

Guest speaker confirms immigration is not a new thing

Guest speaker confirms immigration is not a new thing

Annette Meza, Copy Editor

March 26, 2019

“Humans make the lines when in reality there are no lines,” Matthew Sanderson, professor of sociology at Kansas State University said as he closed up his “Immigration in Kansas” presentation. On March 22, the Seward County Community Colleges library hosted a free lunch in the library and brou...

SCCC annual poetry contest approaches fast

SCCC annual poetry contest approaches fast

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

March 21, 2019

"Dust off your poems, revise them and turn them in!” Janice Northerns, English instructor, said, referring to the upcoming poetry contest Seward County Community College has every year.  The deadline for the poetry contest is fast approaching. The last day to turn in poetry is March 31. Everyone...

Local schools attend farm day at Ag department

Local schools attend farm day at Ag department

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

March 20, 2019

Young children stood around corrals in the gloomy early morning while high schoolers from Southwestern Heights held onto the edge of the corrals as children crowded them. The grade schoolers’ eyes lit up at the sight of the big animals before them. Seward County Community College’s Agriculture department hoste...

Lady Saints are to play in NJCAA tourney

Lady Saints are to play in NJCAA tourney

Annette Meza, Copy Editor

March 18, 2019

Blood, sweat and tears this basketball season was all worth it for the Lady Saints, as they've earned the chance to attend the NJCAA tournament in Lubbock, Texas. Right now, the Lady Saints are preparing and practicing for nationals, something the girls have been working hard for all season.  ...

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