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Ask Crusader: How do I find the strength to keep going?

Ask Crusader: How do I find the strength to keep going?

Crusader Staff
October 15, 2019

Dear Crusader, I don’t understand any of my science classes. What do I do? I’m at the point where I want to drop out and maybe say the college life...

Weak Dayz: Homework vs. Computer

Weak Dayz: Homework vs. Computer

Luis Maritnez, Club Graphic Designer
October 14, 2019

The DC comic based film, Joker, was released to theaters on Oct. 4. The movie has a cumulative worldwide gross of $272 million.

Review: Is “Joker” glorifying violence and mental illness?

Elvis Polvon, Club Reporter
October 10, 2019

If I had to describe the movie “Joker” in one word, it would be: INTENSE! On Oct. 4, the DC comic based film about the infamous Joker, was released...

Weak Dayz: Is it puppy love?

Weak Dayz: Is it puppy love?

Luis Martinez, Club Graphic Artist
September 30, 2019

Join the Weak Dayz gang in their next adventure on campus.

Predicting every power 5 conference champion

Predicting every power 5 conference champion

Kris Liggett, Reporter
September 30, 2019

As we head into week five of the 2019 college football season, we’re starting to see who is legitimate and who are the pretenders. Many teams started...

A new original cartoon will be featured in Crusader. Luis Martinez, a graphic design student, will depict student life in Weak Daze.

Original cartoon, Weak Dayz, features SCCC student life

Luis Martinez, Club Graphic Designer
September 23, 2019

Crusader News has a new, original cartoon featuring student life. Journey through the semester with the "Weak Dayz" gang. Their first adventure is out...

Night classes are offered at SCCC for students and community members. Night classes occur only once a week, which can be a reason why most students think its a good idea to take them. (Photo Illustration)

A late mistake

Preston Burrows , Reporter
September 12, 2019

A night class can be a way to stretch out one’s schedule so that it isn’t hectically packed. This can be a quick-witted idea for students trying to...

“It Chapter Two” is worth the watch

Cheyenne Miller, Copy Editor
September 10, 2019

The long awaited sequel to Stephen King’s 2017 “It” remake, “It Chapter Two,” made its way into theaters on Sept. 6. As a horror junkie, I was,...

As the NFL swings into gear, sos Fantasy Football leagues. How did your draft go? Kris Liggett, Crusader sports reporter, offers these tips to help get your season started off right.

How to draft your fantasy football team

Kris Liggett, Sports Reporter
September 9, 2019

As the 2019 NFL season approaches many fans are eager to partake in the many traditions that go along with it, the most popular of these being Fantasy...

Extra tip: Night classes start on Aug. 19 — not Aug. 20 when day classes start. Who knows why SCCC does this but take heed so you dont get an absence before you even really start.

10 things you need to know as a SCCC freshman

Annette Meza, Co-Editor
August 19, 2019

Classes are back in session at Seward County Community College, and if you want to start your year off on the right foot here at SCCC, there are ten things...

Co-editors, Michelle Mattich and Amberley Taylor, talk on the radio station, La Mexicana, about the Hispanic Heritage week and the projects they worked on for Humanities Kansas.

Moving Forward: Ready to write the next chapter

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor
May 3, 2019

As the saying goes, "Another year, another chapter comes to an end," and my time at Seward County Community College has officially come to an end. When...

SCCC brought the musical adaptation of “The Little Mermaid” to the showcase theatre on dates April 5, 6, and 7.

Review: SCCC’s “The Little Mermaid”

Annette Meza, Copy Editor
April 8, 2019

Chatter and laughter filled the Seward County Community College showcase theater, as grade school students sat next to their parents anxiously waiting...

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