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Crusader will return Aug. 16

Crusader will return Aug. 16

May 19, 2021

Crusader will take a summer break. We will continue covering the Seward County Community college campus and surrounding area when the fall semester begins...

SCCC’s 50th commencement ceremonies honor graduates

Raven Staten, Reporter
May 10, 2021

Seward County Community College’s 50th commencement ceremonies looked and felt a little different this year, but graduates were still able to celebrate...

'COVID semesters' make for unique ride for graduates

‘COVID semesters’ make for unique ride for graduates

Raven Staten, Reporter
May 7, 2021

For most graduating from Seward County Community College this semester, COVID has been a part of their entire college experience. It has been a long year...

The Nutrition Cave is open Monday-Thursday from seven in the morning till five in the evening along with Friday’s from seven in the morning to two in the afternoon. Stop by to get protein shakes and teas like these!

Nutrition Cave

As we walked into the cave we were welcomed with a delicious smell of fruit. The Nutrition Cave at 1406 W 15th St. in Liberal fits its description. It...

Students admit phone addictions

Students admit phone addictions

Monalisa Chakraborty, Club Reporter
May 5, 2021

A phone falls from a hand and everyone panics. But if a friend falls, laughter fills the air. This is an era where cell phones dominate. Whether it is...

Crusader's podcast takes a look at what students expect during this summer after COVID.

Podcast: Will summer 2021 smash social, emotional after-effects of COVID?

Krisi Anderson and Raven Staten
May 4, 2021

With Summer just around the corner and COVID slowing down in the United States, things are now different. Crusader News and Seward County Community College...

The reigning three-time world champion Hailey Kinsel rounds barrel number three to run a 17.26 second run. Kinsel placed first in the round averages of the Guymon Pioneer Days' PRCA Rodeo, April 30-May2. She tied with Jordon Briggs. Both brought home $2,131 for the event.

Photo Gallery: Pioneer Days’ PRCA rodeo brings in the stars

Brooklynn Bauer, Photographer
May 3, 2021

Pioneer Days in Guymon, Oklahoma was back to normal this year, especially the PRCA rodeo. Contestants from all over converged for four performances to...

Wyatt Grant slides home on a close call, but is safe. AJ Folds hit the ball that sent Kase Johnson and Grant across the plate.

Saints are second best in the west

Mary Ramirez, Photographer
May 3, 2021

 Seward County Community College swept Pratt Community College at home on Saturday with an 11-0 victory followed by a 13-1 win. The Saints re-claimed...

The Lady Saints Tennis team will be playing at  at the Mesa Tennis Center at Gene Autry Park in Mesa, Arizona for Nationals. The Saints will have six student-athletes in the singles draws and three teams in the doubles draw.

Serving into fourth place

Destiny Vasquez
May 3, 2021

Lady Saints are now tied for fourth palace with 26 points. At the 2021 NJCAA National Tournament at Mesa, Arizona. The Lady Saints have 6 athletics in...

AJ Luna rounds third after Jacie Scott hit a line drive to right field. The Lady Saints scored five runs in the last inning to notch the win.

Softball blows past Dodge City

Mary Ramirez, Photographer
April 30, 2021

Two more wins are in the bag for the Lady Saints softball team. They swept a doubleheader against Dodge City, April 29, at home. They won 10-9 and 12-1....

Jacie Scott, left fielder, cheers as her teammate and pitcher, Ireland Caro, gets the last strikeout of the inning. This pitch gave the Lady Saints an 8-6 win for game two of the doubleheader against Garden City.

Lady Saints Sweep Double Header

Mary Ramirez, Photographer
April 28, 2021

Seward County Community College sweeps Garden City Community College in a doubleheader at French Family Field with a 6-3 win followed by an 8-6 game two...

Josh Revord, SCCC's website specialist, receives a COVID-19 vaccination from one of the college's nursing students. The students helped out at vaccination clinics throughout the semester as part of their clinicals. The activity not only helped them gain experience but also served the community.

Nursing students help with Covid vaccinations

Krisi Anderson, Club Reporter
April 28, 2021

Vaccine here, vaccine there, vaccine everywhere! On April 22, Seward County Community College nursing students helped administer Covid vaccine shots at...

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