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The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

Megan Berg

Megan Berg, Reporter

Megan Berg is a freshman at SCCC majoring in business. She is 18 years old and a native of Southwest Kansas. She was born in Liberal. Berg likes to read, write, take photos and listen to music while doing all of these things. Her future goals are to start her own photography business and move away from corn fields and cows.

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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

November 30, 2021

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...

Kylie Regier, a nursing major from Liberal, eats her first taco of the day. “They aren’t my favorite,” Regier commented after finishing her bite. “Not a lot of flavor and fatty.”

[Photo] Antojitos Oringinales Chilangolandia

November 29, 2021

Kylie Regier, a nursing major from Liberal, eats her first taco of the day. “They aren’t my favorite,” Regier commented after finishing her bite....

Megan Berg, a business major from Sublette, catches herself after trying to twirl on the ‘ice’ in the student union. She only made it about halfway around before she almost fell and caught herself.

I am a master of the ice… er, plastic

November 18, 2021

There is a feeling I get when first stepping into an ice skating rink. The cold air hits my face and a rush of adrenaline courses through my body. I am...

Working carefully, Dunlap’s hands add the finishing coil and rub the clay on the inside to smooth it out and connect the coils together.

Inside the artist’s mind

November 15, 2021

The artist’s mind and the ideas that come from it can be quite interesting. When looking at art, the question that is often asked is, Where did you get...

 “It’s more than just words,” is tattooed across Audra Langly’s ribs. Langly is from Rolla and plans on majoring in American Sign Language which is what her tattoo is inspired by.

All ink tells a story

November 11, 2021

Tattoos are a creative way many people, especially on Seward County Community College campus, decide to express themselves. The stories behind the tattoos...

As she gathers up hair, Marina Flores concentrates on twisting to make the braided updo. The already curled hair can be difficult at times to do work with as mannequin hair is stiffer than real hair.

Human vs mannequin

November 10, 2021

Walking into the salon, the chatter of girls' voices is prominent throughout the bustle of hairdryers, flat irons and curling wands. The laughter and chatter...

Crusader staffed carved pumpkins to use for a Halloween story.

[Photo] Crusader 21-22

August 19, 2021

Crusader staffed carved pumpkins to use for a Halloween story.

Gross! Or is it?

September 29, 2021

Students in Sue Sprenkle’s freshman seminar class volunteered to try some of Seward County Community College Saints’ weirdest food combinations.  The...

Lets talk controversy

Let’s talk controversy

September 15, 2021

A new law passed in Texas has caused many headlines on the news throughout the states and debates between friends and family. Crusader News went to the...

Shandon Classen teaches Sydney Wetlaufer, St. Joseph, Missouri, sophomore, Melvin Le, Liberal sophomore, and Elizabeth Horinek, Sublette sophomore, the upcoming tutors. Tutoring is available for all students for free.

The Tutoring Center – A new hip place to learn

September 9, 2021

New improvements to the tutoring center have been made to create a more welcoming environment for students. The director of the center, Shandon Classen,...

Junior Franco is currently majoring to become a Physician Assistant here at SCCC.

Junior Franco

August 27, 2021

What is your favorite fast food place? I don’t eat fast food because they contain too many carbs.    What is your go-to meal? A protein...

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