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Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

Saints on the Street: What’s in your bag?
Saints on the Street: What’s in your bag?
Brianna Rich, Photo Editor

Photo editor Brianna Rich took to the streets to figure out what kinds of supplies Saints were packing in their bags for the beginning of school....

Saints on the Street: Students appreciate favorite teachers
Saints on the Street: Students appreciate favorite teachers
Brianna Rich and Roque Reveles-Montelongo

While growing up, some students develop a favorite teacher or a teacher who has inspired them to keep going and to do what they love. Some students...

New kids on the block
New kids on the block
Jessica Madrigal and Reece Hay

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...

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Saints on the Street: Students swap holiday snacks
Saints on the Street: Students swap holiday snacks
Megan Berg, Feature Editor

With the holidays well on their way, decorations and music can be heard and seen marking the...

Spooky Suggestions
Spooky Suggestions
Megan Berg, Feature Editor

BOO! Hiding under a blanket from the latest jump scare is all a part of the horror movie experience....

Elyse Adame is one of the representatives present at the transfer fair in the academic building. Over 10 different colleges were present for December graduates and transfer students to gain information.
Where to go from here
Megan Berg, Feature Editor

Rows of tables lined the academic hallway on September 23 as students flocked to find which...

Deedee Flax, technology instructor, is one of the main teachers at Seward County Community College to integrate blendflex into many of her classes. She said that multiple students prefer the computer classes to be blendfllex as they can watch back her recordings when confused to see how she does things on her screen.
Blending the barriers of in person and online
Megan Berg, Feature Editor

Imagine being able to lay in bed on a school day in pajamas while learning quadratic functions....

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
Brianna Rich, Photo Editor

Hispanic Heritage Month is a yearly event that takes place in Sept. and ends in Oct.. This...

Relaxing before finals
Relaxing before finals
Brianna Rich and Laura Gillespie

This week is all about de-stressing in the Student Union, the Student Government Association...

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Forward Mario Whitley, a sophomore from Detroit, Michigan, gets ready to go up for the jump ball. Whitley gained 13 rebounds last night making his overall rebounds 126.
Saints take close win
Brianna Rich, Photo Editor

The Saints fought for the win last night against Cloud County Community College. The Saints won with the final score being 69-60 and now their record is 12-11 overall for...

Telling each other good game is the Lady Saints and the Lady Thunderbirds. The result of the game was a win for the Lady Saints with the final score being 77-49.
Lady Saints defeat Lady Thunderbirds

The Lady Saints gained the win against Cloud County Community College last night. The final...

The annual Taste of Kansas is back after the pandemic. Bringing a diverse mix of students and faculty to enjoy good food and have a good time.
Annual Taste of Kansas event returns

Originally starting in 2019, the Inclusivity and Civility committee brought the Taste of Kansas...

Players not only have to move chess pieces, but they also have to keep track of their time. They do this through the chess clock which keeps track of their time and makes sure that neither player overly delays the game.
SCCC library hosts second chess tournament

Choices are to be made as the second chess tournament begins in the Seward County Community...

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