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Crusader News has decided to voice their opinion on the matter of SCCC dorm fines.

Editorial: Crusader News takes a stance on dorm fines

February 11, 2020

With the recent news about the Student Living Center and dorm fines, a story was released highlighti...

Face lift is face let down

September 25, 2018

We slobbered and choked as the Crusader News staff tried the facial slimmer. We decided to try this product ...

Crusader earned 24 awards, including silver overall for the website. Staff members also won 22 individual awards at the annual Kansas Collegiate Media contest, April 8-9 in Wichita.

Crusader excels at state competition

April 10, 2018

The Crusader News staff made their mark at the Kansas College Media Conference, earning a total of 24 awards at...

Crusader News unveils a new masthead and social media icons. SCCC graphic design student Taycee Ruiz created the design. She made a t-shirt design such as this one, as well as the new header that you'll find at the top of the website. Check out the new social media icons on our facebook, instagram and twitter pages.

Crusader Logo gets a Makeover

April 3, 2018

The Crusader logo just got a makeover! The Crusader is a student run newspaper. Students produce all...

SCCC goes on spring break

SCCC goes on spring break

March 9, 2018


In total Crusader News staff received 18 awards in their print publication and their online publication. Several students won awards for individual works along with awards as a staff.

Crusader News staff win 18 awards

April 12, 2017

Crusader, SCCC student media, received 18 awards in the Kansas Collegiate Media Contest on April 9-10 in ...

Join Crusader Staff

Join Crusader Staff

April 3, 2017

Do you like to write? take pictures? produce video? interact with followers via social media? love websites? Then...

Phonathon calls for volunteers, offers prizes to fundraisers

March 6, 2015

The sixth annual Phonathon will be on March 23 through April 10 with two volunteer shifts every weeknight...

Crusader photo/Xochitl Gonzales
Grant Glaze and Thayna Silva smiled and stood together for pictures after being crowned king and queen on homecoming night Saturday. Glaze represented the Crusader newspaper while Silva represented ISO. The two were selected from a group of students who were picked to represent organizations and clubs for the homecoming title. Glaze and Silva were the two representatives out of the top 10 with the most votes.

2015 Homecoming: Glaze and Silva take the crowns

February 20, 2015

The 2015 homecoming king and queen titles were presented to Crusader representative Grant Glaze and International...

­Crusader continues nine-year streak in placing for Best of Show

November 14, 2014

Seward County Community College’s student led newspaper, The Crusader, placed in a seventh place for...

Crusader wins back-to-back All-Kansas awards

Crusader wins back-to-back All-Kansas awards

September 6, 2014

The Crusader has again been selected as the recipient of the All-Kansas award, the top journalism award...

The Crusader staff stands by Cloud Gate at Millennium Park in Chicago, Ill. The staff traveled to Chicago for a national journalism convention. Staff is as follows, front row, from left, Jeremiah Wilson, Jose Medrano, adviser Anita Reed,  Tonya Loewen, Fabi Pena, Cinthia Serna, Sandy Alfaro and Celestina Padilla. Back row, from left, Jordan Long, Martin Pinon, Jakub Stepanovic, Dawn Shouse, Matthew Adkins and Dylan Sandell.

Crusader staff wins national awards at Chicago convention

November 19, 2012

The Crusader scored national success with two prestigious “Best of Show” awards at the National Media...

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