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Review: Sonic spin dashes to the theaters once again

Review: Sonic spin dashes to the theaters once again

Melvin Le, Copy Editor
April 25, 2022

“Sonic the Hedgehog 2” picked up where the first movie left off with Dr. Robotnik [Eggman] on the Mushroom Planet building on an overly complicated...

New kids on the block

New kids on the block

Jessica Madrigal and Reece Hay
April 22, 2022

All Saints Day took place for students all over wanting to attend Seward County Community College in the Fall of 22’. Seniors get to enroll in classes...

Students debate doors vs wheels

Students debate doors vs wheels

Reece Hay, Reporter
April 22, 2022

There’s a new trend going around that a lot of people are talking about, doors vs. wheels. The question is are there more doors or wheels in the world?...

Pre-Nursing major, Yancie Franklin is a freshman from Campo, Colorado. During her time here at Seward County Community College, she has been on the cheerleading squad.

Yancie Franklin

Laura Gillespie, Editor
April 21, 2022

When did you start cheerleading?  I started to cheer my freshman year of high school. I cheered for two years there and then tried out for the team...

Celebrating awareness in April

Celebrating awareness in April

Reece Hay, Reporter
April 20, 2022

Celebrating differences is what April is all about. April is Autism Awareness month. Autism Awareness month is all about spreading awareness to increase...

Macy Spearman swings her bat and collides with the softball. During the first game, Spearman got to bat twice and she scored two runs.

Lady Saints exchange wins, losses with Broncbusters

Brianna Rich, Photo Editor
April 19, 2022

The Lady Saints played a doubleheader against Garden City Community College. They won game one and lost game two. Their record is now 20-18 for the season. Ireland...

This years musical is called “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” and it is the first musical since the COVID-19 pandemic. The musical will be shown on April 21-23 at 7 p.m. Tickets are being sold for $10; however, if you are a student you can get one free ticket by using their student ID.

Lights, Camera, Action

Melvin Le, Copy Editor
April 19, 2022

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee'' follows a group of middle schoolers participating in a spelling bee where they learn to overcome the anxiety...

Upon entering the classroom the first instruction from Julie Veenstra is to gather all supplies. Bare cookies, icing, toothpicks and scissors were all very necessary for the journey ahead.

Having a Cookie-tastic time

Ashanti Thompson, Reporter
April 14, 2022

Julie Veenstra led a cookie decorating class Tuesday at Seward County Community College at 6 p.m. Beyond creativity, she taught different techniques, recipes...

Podcast: Holiday thats hoppin around the corner

Podcast: Holiday that’s hoppin’ around the corner

Reece Hay, Reporter
April 14, 2022

Easter is just around the corner and Crusader New's Reporter Reece Hay couldn't wait to cover it. This podcast is all about Easter traditions, Easter basket...

For the fourth year in a row Crusader receives the All-Kansas award for spring and fall of 2021. Pictured left to right are Laura Gillespie, Brianna Rich, Jessica Madrigal, Dani Arellano and Seyun Park.

Crusader keeps winning

Melvin Le, Copy Editor
April 13, 2022

The annual Kansas Collegiate Media Awards are back in-person after being online via Zoom due to COVID-19 restrictions. Each year, Crusader takes home numerous...

Beginning ESL instructor Victoria Bangs points to vocabulary of the week as students learn to differentiate personal pronouns. Bangs mentioned that her favorite part of teaching is watching students progress. “I got the chance to see one of my students arrive knowing close to nothing of English and now she takes classes at the college.”

A great pathway to education for all

Dani Arellano, Multimedia Editor
April 12, 2022

Seward County Community College offers many degrees, certificates and programs where students are able to find opportunities to grow and succeed. The Adult...

Hollistah talks about his beginnings when he first listened to rappers on MTV at his grandma’s house. The show inspired the young boy and at the age of nine, he knew he wanted to be a rapper. He had his first gig at 12 at a gospel festival and at 18 opened for another artist in front of a crowd of 4,000 people.

Kansas rapper expresses need for creativity

Megan Berg, Features Editor
April 11, 2022

Tables of pizza and cookies is an enticing view, especially at lunchtime when the smell of melted cheese and spices makes the mouth water. This is the...

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