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Crusaders provide healthy daily habits

Crusaders provide healthy daily habits

Zoe Lampe, Reporter
October 25, 2023

With midterms past and fall transitioning to winter, many SCCC students may be facing obstacles and stresses, from general illnesses of the season to hectic...

Saints on the Street: What is something interesting about your country that would seem unusual here?

Saints on the Street: What is something interesting about your country that would seem unusual here?

Rodrigo Gamarra Clavijo, Reporter
October 16, 2023

Reporter Rodrigo Gamarra Clavijo walked around SCCC’s campus asking international students about interesting things from their countries that they don't...

Wilson once again in the air, but this time going for a spike as the ball approaches its maximum height. Wilson holds a total of 214 kills with an average of 2.40 per set.

Lady Saints Volleyball loses 0-3 in Pink Out game against Barton Cougars

On the night of Wednesday, Oct. 11, the Lady Saints volleyball team played against the Barton Community College Cougars. While the Lady Saints fought against...

A Chance To Be On A Podcast: Episode 4

A Chance To Be On A Podcast: Episode 4

Chance Martin, Reporter
October 4, 2023

I filmed this episode March 9, 2023. It has obviously been awhile (it was a lot to do with sickness and business), and I’m finally glad to get this submitted...

Saints on the Street: What superpower would you have and why?

Saints on the Street: What superpower would you have and why?

Reporters Zoe Lampe and Roselyne Garay went around campus asking students the age-old question that many have thought of at least once: What superpower...

Marcos Montoya takes a break from working on his personal health from working at the gym. He says “That’s [the gym] my second home, basically. I’m there more than I am at my own house.”

Marcos Montoya

Luis Rivera Rede, Reporter
September 25, 2023

Who are you and where do you come from? Who am I? I’m Marcos Alexander Montoya, I’m 18-years-old currently attending Seward County Community College....

Hispanic Heritage Month arrives at SCCC

Hispanic Heritage Month arrives at SCCC

Roselyne Garay and Luis Rivera Rede
September 20, 2023

Hispanic Heritage Month - a month of celebration and representation of the Hispanic communities - began on Sept. 15, and ends Oct. 15. During this month,...

The Lady Saints celebrate after scoring a point. Alogether, the team holds 601 kills and 1984 attacks.

Lady Saints Volleyball wins 3-2 on Sept. 6th

Roselyne Garay and Jenni Lopez
September 11, 2023

The Lady Saints volleyball team had a home victory against Garden Community College on Wednesday, Sept. 6 going 3-2. Losing the first and third set, the...

Joe Haskell, a freshman at Seward County Community College, readies up for choir practice. When being interviewed for his UpClose, Haskell answered many of the questions with sarcasm and or with humor in mind.

Joe Haskell

Chance Martin, Reporter
September 8, 2023

What was the last movie you watched?  The "Barbie" movie, and it was good-ish. It was a very interesting movie.  Do you still read books? What...

Ryan Shields jumps past a Lope and speeds by with the ball. A midfielder on the team, Shields, comes from Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute, United Kingdom.

Saints soccer team snags victory over Lamar Lopes in second half

Roselyne Garay, Reporter
September 5, 2023

The Saints soccer team scored a big win in the night game against Lamar Community College on Thursday, Aug. 31. After both teams equally fought and tied...

Lets start strong this fall, Saints!

Let’s start strong this fall, Saints!

Zoe Lampe, Roselyne Garay, and Chance Martin
August 29, 2023

Classes at Seward County Community College have just started and have been going on for almost two weeks, and many are either finding their rhythm in college...

Paulina Reyes-Espinoza sits in the stands of a basketball game in the fall as she cheers for the Saints basketball team to win. Reyes-Espinoza is incredibly involved in Seward County Community College, as she has been a part of TRIO, the cheer team, housing, and a student tutor.

Paulina Reyes-Espinoza

Ashanti Thompson, Multimedia Editor
May 9, 2023

What’s one TV show you want to be in?  “Modern Family”, because they always find something fun to do, they travel anywhere they want and they...

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