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SCCC celebrates Patriot Day

SCCC celebrates Patriot Day

Brynn Grieshaber, Co-Editor
September 12, 2016

Seward County Community College Technical School hosted the first ever Patriot Day of Remembrance for the college Monday. The events honored those...

Lady Saints volleyball team ramps into victory over Butler

Lady Saints volleyball team ramps into victory over Butler

Aubrey Holt, Co-Editor
September 2, 2016

Victory was in the air Friday night as the Lady Saints took a 3-1 victory over the Butler Community College Grizzlies. The team has secured their first...

BOGO: students buy beanie, gives beanie to kids with cancer

BOGO: students buy beanie, gives beanie to kids with cancer

Aylin Gomez, Reporter
September 2, 2016

Students can help kids with cancer. All you have to do is buy a beanie from Love Your Melon and one is sent to a child with cancer. Seward County Community...

Prime Pickins allows community members free harvest from SCCC garden

‘Prime Pickins’ allows community members free harvest from SCCC garden

Gloria Chavez, Reporter
August 31, 2016

‘Prime Pickins’ is four acres made up of vegetables and fruits that have been able to grow through a STEM grant. Pickings happen at 7 PM every...

How you can register to vote

How you can register to vote

Andrea Baca, Reporter
August 25, 2016

Presidential elections are coming in November. In order to cast your ballot, you must be registered? Here are some facts to help you know how to take the...

A student listens to all of the ways the new identification cards can be used on campus after posing for ID picture.

Thursday is last day to get IDs

Yesenia Montanez, Reporter
August 23, 2016

Need to check out library books? How about eating lunch at the cafeteria? Starting next week all of these activities will require students to have an...

Nerd alert: Nerdology game show challenges students

Nerd alert: Nerdology game show challenges students

Aubrey Holt, Co-Editor
August 19, 2016

Blood, sweat, and tears were shed as three teams battled it out to determine who knows the most trivia related to nerdy knowledge and pop-culture. Nerdology...

Lady Saints volleyball dominates OPSU in first scrimmage of the year

Lady Saints volleyball dominates OPSU in first scrimmage of the year

David Gomez, Reporter
August 19, 2016

It was a good day in the Greenhouse for the Lady Saints volleyball team as they swept the OPSU Aggies in three games during their first scrimmage of the...

Telolith 2016 highlights student art and writing

Telolith 2016 highlights student art and writing

Angelica Alfaro, Reporter
August 18, 2016

The Telolith is a contemporary literature book that contains the work of local students. Over each school year, students submit pieces of either written...

Costa Rica provides vacation, learning experience

Costa Rica provides vacation, learning experience

Kathleen Alonso, News Editor
August 13, 2016

When a school offers a trip for any kind of educational purpose, the first thing that comes to a student’s mind is “vacation time.” For some...

Crusader photo/Xochitl Gonzales
Grant Glaze and Thayna Silva smiled and stood together for pictures after being crowned king and queen on homecoming night Saturday. Glaze represented the Crusader newspaper while Silva represented ISO. The two were selected from a group of students who were picked to represent organizations and clubs for the homecoming title. Glaze and Silva were the two representatives out of the top 10 with the most votes.

Homecoming Week Gallery

February 20, 2015

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