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Sophomore, Macy Cesa-Spearman, majors in business administration. While Cesa-Spearman is up to bat, Pack is on third base getting ready to run and score.

Photo Essay: Lady Saints lose against Seminole State

Brianna Rich, Photo Editor
February 10, 2022

On Feb. 9 the Lady Saints softball team played against the softball team from Seminole State college. Their record is now 0-2. Their next game will be...

Podcast: A Look at the Past and Hope for the Future

Podcast: A Look at the Past and Hope for the Future

Dani Arellano and Reece Hay
February 10, 2022

In this episode of Saints Stories, reporters Dani Arellano and Reece Hay converse with Gabbie Sanchez and Tucker Livermore. Both Arellano and Hay are academic-oriented...

Ghost terrorizes cosmetology

Laura Gillespie, Editor
February 9, 2022

There is a spooky situation happening in the Seward County Community College Cosmetology building. In the past four years, they've had extra company with...

Manuel Bustillos, drafting and design technology instructor, works with students to survey the land set aside for the grain elevator project. After the survey is done, concrete will be poured. The modified grain elevator will be near the ag building.

Grain elevator will be newest building on campus

Construction on a grain elevator began on the Seward County Community College campus last week. The addition is part of a new program where students may...

Greg Gunderson is set to resign Feb. 11 citing a family emergency. This has left SCCC without a president for the third time in three years.

Third president in three years resigns

Seward County Community College’s president resigned after two months on the job. Greg Gunderson released a statement to staff, faculty and students...

Homecoming activities are here for students to enjoy

Homecoming activities are here for students to enjoy

Brianna Rich, Photo Editor
February 8, 2022

Starting Feb. 8 homecoming week will finally be here, and the activities will also begin. The activities will be in the Student Union. Everyone should...

A cowboy rides a bull out of the gate during the 2021 Seward County PRCA rodeo at the fairgrounds. The annual event did not happen in 2020 due to COVID. Haralson said it was great to have the rodeo back, bringing entertainment and money back into the Liberal community.

PRCA rodeo takes a lot of planning, preparation

Salina Byrd , Reporter
February 7, 2022

Every August, Renee Haralson’s “baby” comes to life as fans fill the stands for two nights to watch PRCA rodeo action in Liberal.  Haralson coordinates...

The most popular patterns of shackets that are found in stores are plaid and aztec. Slowly though, plain colors are becoming more popular as well. The true distinction between these plain colored shackets and jackets are the buttons down the front.

Students express their opinions about shackets

Megan Berg, Reporter
February 7, 2022

The plaid pattern has been around in the fashion world for ages used for shirts, skirts, and everything in between. This pattern has now taken a new form...

Dennis Le, a nursing major from Liberal, holds a picture of his childhood celebrity crush, Grant Gustin.

Dennis Le

Melvin Le, Reporter
February 4, 2022

What is it like to be a concurrent student? I really hate commuting from the high school to the college. It’s worth the sacrifice to see my friends...

Encanto follows the lives of one magical family.

Disney’s “Encanto” is reviewed by SCCC’s very own Madrigal

Jessica Madrigal, Reporter
February 4, 2022

Imagine a movie where all you hear half the time is your own last name. Disney’s “Encanto'' is the first ever movie I have seen with such a unique...

Snow days don’t stop SCCC from having class or fun

Dani Arellano and Crusader Staff
February 3, 2022

Whether it is staying inside cozied up on the couch with a good show, playing in six-inches of snow or going to work in extreme cold conditions, snow days...

With the previous pieces of information Officer Smiddy had given about taking exact notes of measurement, students Maricruz Aguirre and Shania Castro took precise measurements of the footprints, gunshots, blood smears. Etc. In addition, the students had also learned that taking photos was a crucial part of also getting great evidence.

Gangland shooting reenacted in criminal investigations class

Jessica Madrigal, Reporter
February 2, 2022

Blood splatter, gunshots and gangs — it was a crime scene in the classroom. Students in the criminal investigations class were tasked with solving...

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