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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

Odalys Avalos

Odalys Avalos, Ad Manager

Odalys Avalos was born in Chicago, Ill. but raised in Liberal. She enjoys spending time with friends and family. Being the oldest sibling out of three is a great responsibility and also means that going to school is her number one priority. Having so much responsibility pressures Odalys to become someone that her younger brothers admire. This led her to choose the major of Multimedia Communications, which will be challenging but worth the effort to see her parents proud.

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SCCC celebrates graduation

SCCC celebrates graduation

May 8, 2017

  Seward County Community College celebrates with students, along with family and friends the journey they had to get this far in life. This...

Graduates plan their future after Seward

Graduates plan their future after Seward

May 5, 2017

Hover or click photos to see what students plan to do next year.   Graduation is just around the corner. The Commencement Ceremony will be Saturday,...

Seward hosts Poetry Coffee House

April 27, 2017

  Each year Seward County Community College hosts a poetry session for students and adults to express themselves. This year is the seventh annual...

Fraser Hall is the second highest point on Mount Oread. This building includes Anthropology, Sociology, and Psychology which are a few majors that are included in Fraser Hall.

TRiO provides college visits

March 20, 2017

At Seward County Community College there is a program called TRiO. TRiO motivates and supports students throughout their academic years at Seward. Each...

Lexi Manyik battling at the plate. Manyik has had 41 at bats, 19 runs, 17 runs, and 4 home runs so far this season.

Softball barely Scrapes by Clarendon

February 23, 2017

The Lady Saints softball team played against Clarendon in Clarendon, Texas on Wed. Feb. 22. They have dominated for eight games until splitting a double...

Saints practice their defensive skills as a team by splitting up into two teams.

Saints take an “L”

February 16, 2017

The Saints lost their 18th game of the season Feb. 16 to the Neosho County Panthers, 70-57. Despite the final score, the Saints led the game, 5-2, in...

Coach Toby Wynn gives his team some encouragement during a time out.

[Photo] Lady Saints dominate Frank Phillips 105-59

November 9, 2016

Coach Toby Wynn gives his team some encouragement during a time out.

Mariana Nascimento (Freshman) and Jazlyn Smith (Freshman) go for the save but are a little too late.

[Photo] Lady Saints Volleyball continue streak

November 3, 2016

Mariana Nascimento (Freshman) and Jazlyn Smith (Freshman) go for the save but are a little too late.

Students show their support for victims of domestic violence and prevention.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 19, 2016

October is known as Domestic Violence Aware month. Here at Seward County Community College there is now on campus help for stalking, domestic and sexual...

Practicing service is important. Preseason practice for Saints volleyball started before classes.

Volleyball team looks strong

August 13, 2016

Volleyball is a competitive and passionate sport played all around the word. Both men and women enjoy engaging in this type of physical sport. The variety...

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