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Maggie Ibarra, sophomore from Garden City, is the

Maggie Ibarra, Reporter

Maggie Ibarra is a behavioral science major from Garden City who can help solve all your problems. If you have problems, hit her up. In her free time, she likes to sleep and eat tacos. She doesn't like getting her pictures taken at all.

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The Human Anatomy Class receives instructions about class from Donald Hays, instructor. Students are spread out all over the theater in an effort to practice social distancing. In past semesters, this class met in a lecture hall in the Hobble Building. Prior to this semester, the only classes in the theater had been music and theater before concerts or plays.

[Photo] Students, instructors react to COVID changes in the classroom

September 3, 2020

The Human Anatomy Class receives instructions about class from Donald Hays, instructor. Students are spread out all over the theater in an effort to practice...

It's easy to get down with all of the news and updates on Coronavirus. Make sure to step back and think positive thoughts for a few moments out of each day.

Find the positive during COVID-19

April 14, 2020

Since the beginning of the current Coronavirus pandemic, it has noticeably taken the media by storm. The more we scroll online and update ourselves over...

Tired of being stuck in your room and in self-isolation? Pull up Crusader's Spotify playlist and laugh yourself silly with these relevant song selections.

[Photo] Quarantunes: Songs you need during self-isolation

April 13, 2020

Tired of being stuck in your room and in self-isolation? Pull up Crusader's Spotify playlist and laugh yourself silly with these relevant song selections....

Instructor Mike Hale is showing high school students what to do when his oxygen tank runs out of oxygen. As students are practicing underwater, Hale turns off a student’s tank to give a step-by-step safety process.

[Photo] SCCC students dive deep

April 7, 2020

Instructor Mike Hale is showing high school students what to do when his oxygen tank runs out of oxygen. As students are practicing underwater, Hale turns...

Erika Espinoza, TRiO advisor, got a first glimpse of the salt rocks in the Strataca by touching the Oversize Rock Salt display in the Permian Playground. Guests are able to touch the displays in the Permian Playground, such as the salt dust and oversize rock salt.

Photo essay: TRiO’s salt mine adventure

March 3, 2020

TRiO, a federally funded grant program designed to help Seward County Community College students succeed, occasionally offers cultural experience trips...

Sexual assault isn’t just about nonconsensual intercourse. It can also be non-consented contact whether it’s unnecessary touching or aggressive choking.

Sexual assault can happen anywhere

February 24, 2020

"Knowing who he was, being my father’s best friend…It’s crazy how you grow up around a person and you think that you could trust that person and...

Valentine's Day romance is the in the air. Make it a red rose, dinner and a movie night. Crusader has picked some classic romantic movies to get you started.

[Photo] 10 best romance movies to cry to on Valentine’s Day

February 13, 2020

Valentine's Day romance is the in the air. Make it a red rose, dinner and a movie night. Crusader has picked some classic romantic movies to get you started.

Letty Muñoz

Letty Muñoz

February 4, 2020

Why did you choose SCCC? I’ve lived in Liberal and then I moved to Hooker in high school and got a scholarship for Seward. Besides, it's cheaper. What...

Students, staff and community members enjoyed various types of food on Jan. 29. Mexican, Polish, German, and more types of foods were offered at the banquet.

[Photo] Taste of Kansas brings variety and diversity to SCCC

January 30, 2020

Students, staff and community members enjoyed various types of food on Jan. 29. Mexican, Polish, German, and more types of foods were offered at the banquet....

White Elephant gives an opportunity to have fun with a gift giving. There are some great gag gifts out there to entertain and help your gift be the hit of the party.

10 Christmas gag gifts under $15

December 11, 2019

The semester is over. You’ve turned in your books. It’s now time to think about the holidays and all of those gifts you need to buy. One way that...

Parody: Do you want to pass your finals?

December 9, 2019

Happy finals week! Crusader brings you their annual parody to close out the semester and get finals started with a laugh.

Emily Borjas

Emily Borjas

November 7, 2019

What superpower would you have and why?   "I would like to read minds. I want to read other people’s minds. I think it would be interesting...

Taco Bell

October 29, 2019

At Taco Bell, we were able to get enough food to feed several people, perhaps a whole family, for $5 and some change.  We got two tostadas, and...

McDonald’s

October 29, 2019

For $5, we were able to purchase two McChickens and two cheeseburgers. We think they both tasted pretty good. The chicken wasn’t as crispy as most...

Elizabeth Irby, CPR/First Aid teacher of SWMC, has a couple of kids race each other doing CPR at the Community Health Fair.

[Photo] Nursing students help at annual Community Health Fair

October 10, 2019

Elizabeth Irby, CPR/First Aid teacher of SWMC, has a couple of kids race each other doing CPR at the Community Health Fair.

The SCCC cafeteria and Louie's Place will have a new rule for students who have a 19 meal plan. Students will now be able to eat at Louie's Place for breakfast, lunch and dinner if they please and that one meal will be counted towards the meal plan.

[Photo] Louie’s Place set to gain meal equivalency rule for SCCC students with meal plan

September 23, 2019

The SCCC cafeteria and Louie's Place will have a new rule for students who have a 19 meal plan. Students will now be able to eat at Louie's Place for breakfast,...

The internet and server went out for the second time in the middle of classes on Aug. 28. Kris Liggett, Ness City Freshman, was like everyone else on campus and had to switch from wifi to using his phone data to get things done.

Students experience internet, server catastrophe

September 4, 2019

On Aug. 19 and 28, Seward County Community College experienced internet outages. The first one happened before the first day of classes even began, and...

Jenifer Duarte, Liberal Freshman, plans on moving to California after graduation.

Jenifer Duarte

August 30, 2019

What superpower would you have? I want to fly. I wouldn’t use a car, first of all. It would be cool to see things from a different perspective. You...

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