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The student news site of Seward County Community College

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SCCC students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

SCCC students celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Brianna Rich, Reporter
September 21, 2021

Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 by Crusader

“It Chapter Two” is worth the watch

Cheyenne Miller, Copy Editor
September 10, 2019

The long awaited sequel to Stephen King’s 2017 “It” remake, “It Chapter Two,” made its way into theaters on Sept. 6. As a horror junkie, I was,...

The annual Cinco de Mayo celebration will take place on Saturday, May 5 and Sunday, May 6

Liberal to host annual Cinco De Mayo Celebration

Amberley Taylor, Editor
May 1, 2018

As Cinco De Mayo approaches, the community of Liberal prepares to celebrate one of the largest cultural events in Southwest Kansas, also known as the day...

Charlie and his friends show up to Glee Blub rehearsal led by Schroeder.  However, to Schroeder’s dismay, all of his friends end up leaving rehearsal after they argue while singing.

Charlie Brown keeps audience laughing

Amberley Taylor, Editor
April 16, 2018

Laughter filled the Seward County Community College Showcase Theatre over the weekend. Charlie Brown and company stole the hearts of students, staff and...

Thats Mighty Liberal is a play written by SCCC theatre instructor, Michele Van Hessen and CJ Barton Carmichael.

That’s Mighty Liberal performs in Showcase

Amberley Taylor, Editor
February 12, 2018

The history of Liberal was put on display throughout the weekend with an original play, co-written by SCCC theatre director Michele Van Hessen and CJ Barton...

SCCC prepares for spring musical

SCCC prepares for spring musical

Amberley Taylor, Editor
January 30, 2018

The Seward County Community College Theatre department is hosting auditions for their spring musical, “You’re a good man, Charlie Brown [Revised].”...

Mad Chad attempts to get on a unicycle with the help of two SCCC students from the crowd. When Chad was balanced on the unicycle, he was given two swords and an apple. He encouraged the audience to shout, “Eat it!” and each time they did, he would take a bite of the apple in the middle of juggling the swords and apple.

Mad Chad performs mad, crazy show at SCCC

Alondra Trevizo , Club Reporter
January 26, 2018

As I made my way to the Seward County Community College theater on Thursday evening to watch Mad Chad Taylor’s show, all I could think was “I hope...

Homecoming Happenings

Homecoming Happenings

Amberley Taylor, Editor
January 18, 2018

As Homecoming week approaches, Seward County students are preparing for a week full of events. The events will begin on Monday and occur up until the Homecoming...

The Twelve Days of Finals

Alondra Trevizo , Reporter
December 11, 2017

It's finals week and time for stress levels to reach an all-time high. The Crusader News staff came up with this ode to finals that shows how students...

Saints, Lady Saints and fans enjoy basketball preview

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
October 25, 2017

On Tuesday, Oct. 24, the Seward County Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams hosted a preview night in the Greenhouse. The preview night...

Clowns: where our fear comes from

Clowns: where our fear comes from

Kathleen Alonso , News Editor
October 29, 2016

Sightings of clowns have erupted all throughout the United States. They have even made their way across seas with reports from Brazil and the U.K. Now...

SCCC staff prepares their walking taco. A walking taco has meat, chips, cheese, with a choice of vegetables.

Tacos gratis para celebrar el mes Nacional de la Herencia Hispana

Valeria Corrales, Reporter
October 3, 2016

El 30 de septiembre se dieron tacos gratis para celebrar el mes Nacional de la Herencia Hispana (septiembre 15-octubre 15). El tipo de taco que sirvieron...

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