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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

Custodian Chris Schroeder shows off her Patrick Mahones Kansas City Chiefs jersey before the 2020 Super Bowl on Feb. 2. The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will be competing.

Super bowl for dummies

Preston Burrows, Feature editor
January 31, 2020

“Travel!” Looks shoot across the room to whom just uttered this phrase. Some find it funny, but others think it’s a mockery to the game they...

Night classes are offered at SCCC for students and community members. Night classes occur only once a week, which can be a reason why most students think it's a good idea to take them. (Photo Illustration)

A late mistake

Preston Burrows , Reporter
September 12, 2019

A night class can be a way to stretch out one’s schedule so that it isn’t hectically packed. This can be a quick-witted idea for students trying to...

Co-editors, Michelle Mattich and Amberley Taylor, talk on the radio station, La Mexicana, about the Hispanic Heritage week and the projects they worked on for Humanities Kansas.

Moving Forward: Ready to write the next chapter

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor
May 3, 2019

As the saying goes, "Another year, another chapter comes to an end," and my time at Seward County Community College has officially come to an end. When...

It's winter and a snowy weekend is looming. We've got some ideas for your Netflix binge. (Posters provided by Netflix Originals media kits.)

5 Netflix originals that you need to watch right now

Cheyenne Miller, Reporter
February 18, 2019

With thousands of movies and shows to choose from, Netflix has something for just about everyone. With all of these options, though, it can be hard to...

Scary movies that will give you goosebumps

Scary movies that will give you goosebumps

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor
January 30, 2019

It's been quite a trend that every new horror movie that comes out it dubbed “the scariest movie yet” but that's not always true. Scary movies play...

Suicide is the third leading cause of death in young adults ages 18-24. Sadly, not enough people speak up and seek help.

Do you know what Mental Health is?

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor
November 15, 2018

We all know how to share our feelings with friends, family, or any other person we trust. But how do we talk about our feelings when they become bigger...

The last few weeks before finals can be so stressful. Print out a final exam schedule and use a planner to stay organized to help get you through this busy time of the year.

Push your way through finals

Cindy Aguilar, Reporter
November 12, 2018

As the semester flew right by with all of the stress, finishing assignments at the last minute, and studying for tests the night before, we are all excited...

A young man known as Olanrewaju Hassan, also called Blaq by some is from Lagos state in the western part of Africa Nigeria precisely. He's in the United States on a F-1 visa (student visa). A driven and motivated young man. He attends Seward County Community College/ Area Technical School. Enrolled during the fall semester of 2013 to study Business Administration, and later changed his major to study Corrosion Technology. He's been in the U.S. for less than two years.  He came into the country through O'Hare airport Chicago, and spent three weeks with some family friends in Chicago before moving to Liberal, Seward County, Kansas. Olanrewaju is passionate about life, he loves watching and playing soccer, like traveling and going to new places. Olanrewaju also love smiling, and making people feel good about themselves. He's respectful of people and does not like imposing his opinion on others. In spite of the fact that many sees him as a shy individual, he prefer to see himself as being reserve and avoiding drama. The fear of the unknown is one thing that keeps him motivated and grounded.

Hassan’s hope is restored by friendship

March 5, 2015

In my few years of existence on earth, I came to think humans were judgmental, selfish, greedy and wicked — until last semester when I met Carol Francis...

Fairy tales bring false love concepts

November 9, 2011

It seems that as the years go by, the human race is becoming more advanced in everything we do. One thing I notice, though, is that love is still stuck...

Dreams in the making

October 13, 2011

College students have dreams of becoming successful individuals, and some have enough motivation, inspiration, or ambition to accomplish their dream. Not...

Future films lack originality

April 6, 2011

Hollywood is dead. I’ve been waiting a long time to say it now. I’ve officiallylost hope in the future of popular cinema after laying my eyes upon...

Students can invest money in college and stay out of debt with easy steps

Students can invest money in college and stay out of debt with easy steps

September 25, 2009

"Is it possible to invest money while in college?" –Carlos Souza The majority of college students start their first months in the job market with...

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