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Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

 Conference MVP Seyun Park holds up the trophy for the regional championship that their team had fought through 4 sets to earn. Head coach Geno Frugoli has also been named KJCAA coach of the year after finishing their season at 30-6 and leading them to Missouri to compete at the NJCAA National Tournament.
Win Against Butler Community College Secures Ticket to NJCAA Tournament.
Ashanti Thompson, Reporter

The Crusader staff was able to go sight seeing in between different conference actives. Reporter Ashanti Thompson listed off many national landmarks including the White House, the Senate, and the Washington Memorial.
Crusader takes their success nationally
Megan Berg, Feature Editor

Last semester, Crusader News was victorious at the Kansas Collegiate Media Awards receiving 72 awards and now their success has spread nationally. Members of Crusader...

Rodriguez like to study on Quizlet, because that seems to help her.
SCCC students study for exams
Roque Reveles-Montelongo

Final exams will soon be here. Some students study for an hour or so every day, others study five hours the night before. Many college students learn how to deal with their...

Cassandra Norin, director of the library, introduces keynote speaker for the final Saints Scribes events. The speaker for lunch was Steve Wolgast, a New York Times editor for nine years and current professor at the University of Kansas.
Library hosts final Saints Scribes event
Megan Berg, Feature Editor

The smell of Italian spices wafting through the hall at lunchtime was enough for students to explore what was happening in the library. With free pizza and cookies, many students...

SCCC tutors offer to help students with assignments
SCCC tutors offer to help students with assignments
Roque Reveles-Montelongo, Reporter

Seward County Community College offers three different opportunities to obtain tutoring- the Writing Center, Academic Achievements tutors, and TRiO. To be a tutor, a student...

Coming in for the Change
Coming in for the Change
Megan Berg and Laura Gillespie

Out with the old and in with the new. Seward County Community College has upgraded the dorms with security, curfew, and co ed rules. Celeste Donovan, vice president of student...

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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. In 2021, this dream of some students became a...

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...

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