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The auto body painting will be sold in the live auction and is valued at being priceless because of SCCCs Auto Body program students hard work in creating it.

Annual SCCC auction benefits student scholarships

Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor
September 21, 2021

This upcoming Saturday 25 at 6:00 p.m. is the annual Seward County Community College foundation auction and all proceeds will benefit the student body...

Brooke Haten and Ana Cambraia go up to block a ball from a Lady Rattler. Haten and Cambraia are both middle hitters for the Lady Saints.

Lady Saints defeat Otero

Victoria Martins, Photographer
September 21, 2021

On Sept. 20 the Seward County Community College volleyball  team defeated Lady Rattlers 3-0 at the Greenhouse. The win makes Lady Saints have an overall...

SCCC students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

SCCC students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Brianna Rich, Reporter
September 21, 2021

Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 by Crusader

Suicide warning signs

Suicide warning signs

Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor
September 20, 2021

Olive Green and Neon Yellow Illustrated UI Sleep Hygiene Infographic by Crusader

September is Suicide Prevention Month which goal is to spread awareness and inform individuals about ways to seek help and to learn about ways to prevent suicide.

Suicide hits close to home

Ruby Thornton, Reporter
September 20, 2021

It has always been known that suicide is a big issue and that it needs to be talked about. We have been taught the warning signs and how to help but what...

Freshman Alejandra Sandoval hits a forehand in her first match in Oklahoma City during a weekend tournament Sept.17-8.

Women’s tennis competes in Oklahoma City

Mauricio Gonzalez, Reporter
September 20, 2021

Women's and men's tennis competed over the weekend in Oklahoma City as part of the OKC Invite. The two teams faced steep competition. Next up for the teams...

Kata Jawara is from New York City. He is a sophomore, and his major is Sports Management.

Kata Jawara

Laura Gillespie, Reporter
September 17, 2021

If you could eat one thing for the rest of your life what would it be?  Wings. Hot Wings. I like wings  What is something you like to do in your...

Halle Payton, Liberal freshman, shows off just a few pairs of Crocs that she owns. She claims the shoes are comfortable and fashionable.

Crockin’ and Rockin’

Reece Hay, Reporter
September 17, 2021

What’s hot in 2021 do you ask? Pretty sure everyone would have the same answer—CROCS! Crocs are one of the top trending fashion apparels in 2021. Trends...

Kit Hernandez is getting her blood pressure taken before donating blood. Hernandez was nervous because it was her first time donating. Hernandez said that giving blood is important because that are people that need it and it could save a life.

Students, faculty save lives by donating blood

Victoria Martins, Reporter
September 16, 2021

The first annual American Red Cross blood drive hosted and sponsored by HALO took place at the Student Union, on Sept. 16. Students and staff are encouraged...

Homesickness in the SCCC dorms

Homesickness in the SCCC dorms

Saskia Vogelzang, Reporter
September 16, 2021

The fifth week of school has started at Seward County Community College. Many of the students living in the dorms have adjusted to college life and found...

Lets talk controversy

Let’s talk controversy

Megan Berg, Reporter
September 15, 2021

A new law passed in Texas has caused many headlines on the news throughout the states and debates between friends and family. Crusader News went to the...

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