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The finished product is a vibrant, delicate wax sculpture of your hand. Set to the side to dry, SCCC presented a wide variety of wax hands this Wednesday afternoon.
Mold your stress away
Ashanti Thompson, Reporter

On the third day of Seward County Community College’s de-stress week, it hosted The Smith Agencies Wax to the Max hand sculptures. Students and faculty alike lined up for...

Copies of the Telolith are given at the event to students for free. The Telolith is a magazine composed of students’ submitted artwork and writings. More copies are available in the humanities building for anyone interested.
Telolith revealed at de-stress night
Megan Berg, Feature Editor

With finals approaching quickly, different methods on how to ease stress can be found all over social media. The SCribblers and Anime club at Seward County Community College...

Elizabeth Horeink stands as she tutors a student on Intermediate Algebra courses. Shandon Classen, an advisor and transfer coordinator, who is head of the tutoring lab mentioned that he has even seen Horeink put effort into trying to help students although it may be some classes that she has never even taken such as Accounting.
Seizing Success
Dani Arellano, Multimedia Editor

As students partake in some extracurricular activities on Seward County Community College campus, some students such as Elizabeth Horinek find themselves enjoying the rush...

 History teacher Kevin Gleason and his wife Anita Gleason both received uniquely-made hand-stitched quilts from the Quilts of Valor Foundation. These quilts were awarded to the couple to demonstrate gratitude for their service done in the Navy.
SCCC Spring Concert honors veterans
Melvin Le, Brianna Rich, and Laura Gillespie

With the arrival of spring, the flowers have begun to bloom and the songbirds’ voices have started to travel through the morning air. The same voices echoed throughout the...

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 in classes here at SCCC in a...

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

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 awards and accolades...

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Even though area school districts have either canceled classes for the week or reinstated masks, SCCC remains maskless. The choice is left in the hands of individuals.
Despite rising COVID numbers, college will not require masks — for now
Laura Gillespie, Editor

At this time, Seward County Community College will not go back to mandatory masks on campus despite the fact that the Liberal school district...

Abel Ochoa rips up the masks are required sign after the announcement that masks are now optional.
Campus goes maskless
Brooke Katen, Reporter

Students came to class Monday without wearing masks. It's the first time since COVID showed up in southwest Kansas in March 2020 that students...

Staff personnel Paul Fisher making a salad with the newly open salad bar.
SCCC cafeteria offers self-service options; first time since COVID
Ana Brangioni and Mauricio Gonzalez

The cafeteria at Seward County Community College is finally offering self-service options in almost a year. Now students and staff can serve...

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