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Editorial: Crusader pushes through despite pandemic

Editorial: Crusader pushes through despite pandemic

March 25, 2020

In the wake of a pandemic that has not only taken the country, but the world by surprise, a southwest ...

Editorial: Crusader News takes a stance on 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...

Women take seat at the big table

Women take seat at the big table

February 21, 2019

This year marked the start of an interesting change in Congress as the 116th class of Congress has som...

The four-letter word that rocked campus

The four-letter word that rocked campus

December 1, 2016

In our November issue of the Crusader newspaper, a story titled “Parking permits cause dilemma on SCCC c...

No Hate, Just Love

No Hate, Just Love

October 27, 2016

You know what’s sad? It’s devastatingly sad when someone treats someone else with so much hate and dis...

Editorial: Perspective on conflict, Explanation towards lines

April 5, 2015

Last fall, we were told that problems surrounding parking lot lines on campus were going to be fixed...

Prepare yourself, finals are coming

November 19, 2012

At the end of every semester ,frantic college students stick their noses into books, pull all-nighters and splurge on coffee in an attempt to cram four months of information in a matter of days for finals. Some find themselves trying to decipher age-old notes or plead to their instructors for help, but why is it that no matter...

Political Gaffes: Fun to laugh at, don’t take so seriously

October 9, 2012

Everyday, politicized headlines blare, “Romney cuts Big Bird” or “Obama hates business owners.” In a world where stress and anxiety have a hold on people’s lives, sometimes it is best to take a breath and relax, and not become wound up at the mistakes politicians make. Unintentional or not, gaffes are a staple of American...

‘Never forget’ becoming a thing of the past

September 11, 2012

It has been 11 years since the events of that tragic events of Sept. 11. As the years went by wounds heal and grief was aside, but so were the memories. “We will never forget” is a saying, but the actuality of that is slowing becoming unrecognizable to college aged students. In 2002, The Crusader did a survey concerning...

Visa lottery excludes major countries

October 13, 2011

December of 2010 was when the senate voted against the Development, Relief and Education for Alien minors act or as most people recognize it the DREAM act. That was a major disappointment for students across the country who are in the country illegally. On Oct. 4, a visa lottery, formally known as Diversity Visa program 2013,...

Bill on concealed weapons should not pass

April 1, 2010

“Let’s see, I have my chemistry book, speech book, notebooks, paper, pens, what am I missing? Oh, yeah, my concealed weapon.” This may come to be a normal routine when getting packed for school in the morning for those with concealed weapons. House Bill 2685, a bill our state legislature is considering voting into effect...

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