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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

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
October 17, 2022

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...

Seward County Community College has now started to conduct randomized Covid test on all its students in addition to dorm residents, student-athletes, and those in speciality programs. All this is being done as an effort to stop the spread of Covid on campus that way students are able to attend classes in person.

Students required to take randomized COVID tests

Maria Coronado
February 1, 2021

Seward County Community College students are now required to randomly test for the COVID-19 virus in hopes to stop the spread and keep campus safe. The...

Extra tip: Night classes start on Aug. 19 — not Aug. 20 when day classes start. Who knows why SCCC does this but take heed so you dont get an absence before you even really start.

10 things you need to know as a SCCC freshman

Annette Meza, Co-Editor
August 19, 2019

Classes are back in session at Seward County Community College, and if you want to start your year off on the right foot here at SCCC, there are ten things...

Earning a college degree is more than just studying and passing classes. Its about time and effort, but only you can decide your future career path. (Photo illustration)

Is a college degree worth it?

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor
March 1, 2019

To earn a college degree, it takes more than just studying. It takes up time and money which sparks the question, is it even worth it? The answer is not...

Ali Lucero talks to Neil Hoelting a representative from Wichita State. Students ask questions about financial aid and what the steps are to transfer.

Take the fear out of transferring

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter
February 4, 2019

As the spring semester swings into full gear and graduating students prepare to transfer to four-year universities in the fall, many students are discovering...

Is the transfer process from SCCC to a four-year school confusing? Talk to your advisor!

4 tips to help navigate the transfer maze

Andrea Sanchez, Reporter
September 19, 2017

If you are a student looking to transfer to a four-year university, it’s important to keep a goal in mind from the very beginning of your freshman...

SCCC hosts transfer fair

SCCC hosts transfer fair

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
September 18, 2017

Seward County Community College is hosting a transfer fair on Wednesday, Sept. 20, for students looking to transfer to a four-year university. This come-and-go...

Photo illustration of SCCC students frustrated with their homework.

SOOOOO done with it!

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
September 7, 2017

At the beginning of every school year, colleges around the country welcome  incoming freshmen who have chosen to get a higher education and every year,...

Studying his major in engineering, Jorge Mendoza catches up on his work in the student success center.

Changing your major too much?

Keynitra Houston, Photographer
February 7, 2017

Changing majors has been very common throughout the years of college education. Most college students change their majors, because they are unsure if they...

In order to prepare for an upcoming test Patrick Smith is seeking study tips from Mariah Cline. Mariah Cline is available to help students by appointment.

Benefits of using on-campus resources if troubled with career choice

Yesenia Montanez, Reporter
October 26, 2016

College is one step closer to a student's career path. To others, it is a door to self discovery. Jacqueline Rivera, Liberal, said she had an idea of...

A student listens to all of the ways the new identification cards can be used on campus after posing for ID picture.

Thursday is last day to get IDs

Yesenia Montanez, Reporter
August 23, 2016

Need to check out library books? How about eating lunch at the cafeteria? Starting next week all of these activities will require students to have an...

Jose Medrano is a former Crusader editor who is currently on staff aiding the staff as an editor emeritus. He is a senior from University of Kansas who is currently taking a break from school to prepare and plan for his future goals while having a mini existential crisis, because picking direction to go in with your life is rather hard. Under his leadership the Crusader won two national awards, an All-Kansas, a gold medal and a first place online award. He also received Kansas Journalist of the Year from Kansas Collegiate Media in 2013 and was a paid reporter for the University Daily Kansan at KU.

Students lack knowledge concerning current events

October 8, 2014
College students are often perceived by older generations as lacking in a field of current events. The Crusader conducted a survey of 92 Seward County Community College/Area Technical School students dealing with subjects on politics, entertainment and sports to understand what levels of knowledge students have concerning current events.
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