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Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

Andrea Tribble runs to the basket while Lianna Washington tries to block. Tribble had five rebounds during the conference opener game against Pratt Community College.
Women’s basketball player turned podcaster
Brooke Katen , Reporter

Many people choose one hobby to focus on in life and devote all of their time and effort to one subject. Some people can get overwhelmed with multiple projects, some may just...

This years choir concert consisted of six Christmas theme songs. The choir performed in front of a full house.
Music all the way
Dani Arellano , Reporter

Greg Gunderson came to Seward County Community College from Park University, a private four-year institute in Kansas City. During his free time Gunderson likes to make pens out of wood. A senator has one of his pens since Gunderson likes to give his pens to people after he makes them.
SCCC welcomes its 12th president
Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor

Greg Gunderson has become Seward County Community College’s 12th president after a six-month absence in that position. The new president officially arrived on campus Dec....

The student art show is in the Shank Humanities Building. The gallery features photos and 2-D and 3-D art. Stop by to vote for your favorite exhibit.
Art show displays student work
Megan Berg , Reporter

The fall semester art show is in full swing in the Shank Humanities Building, displaying multiple works of art from Dustin Farmer’s art classes and Sue Sprenkle’s Photography...

Students travel during Christmas break
Students travel during Christmas break
Saskia Vogelzang, Reporter

The end of the semester is coming soon which means that Christmas is getting closer. Christmas is the perfect time to spend with family and enjoy the huge dinners and unwrapping...

SGA welcomes in chill week
SGA welcomes in chill week
Laura Gillespie, Copy Editor

A chill week will kick off at Seward County Community College in the student union from Nov. 29 -Dec. 3.  Throughout this whole week, the student government will be hosting...

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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...

Free COVID vaccines offered on campus
Free COVID vaccines offered on campus

Seward County Community College is partnering with the local Department of Health to offer free Vaccinations on campus in a couple of weeks for...

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