The Crusader

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Allaman, the award-winning editor in chief of the Crusader newspaper at Seward, will graduate with her associate of arts degree in mass communication and move on to the world of baking where she will start the first layer of her life.

Editor takes tastier track

May 1, 2010

Morgan Allaman has been a strong force in the visual design department. Her photos are crisp, her page...

Fiesta and car show rev up community

Fiesta and car show rev up community

April 30, 2010

The annual college Spring Fiesta and car show entertained the locals April 25 from 1-5 p.m. “It brought...

As Omar Rios explains his idea for his latest drawing of having a satisfied Michelangelo peering over several of his classic works of art, one couldn’t help but see a resemblance as Rios looked over some of his own favorite drawings.

Seward student considers tattoo artistry as career

April 1, 2010

The artist’s eye wasn’t set on Seward at first, but family and a scholarship offer helped him decide...

Saints tennis player ace on and off court:If Seward’s got something to harp about, it’s Landon––with lots of strings attached.

April 1, 2010

Landon Harp is a member of the Saints men’s tennis team, and he strings together not only tennis but also excellent grades as an academic achiever. His hard work in all areas are coming together to play a harmonious tune in Harp’s life. Harp started playing tennis his freshman year at Liberal High School. “Tennis came...

Serial killer returns for fourth season

September 25, 2009

“Dexter” is a TV series about a blood spatter analyst at Miami Metro Police Department named Dexter Morgan, played by Michael C. Hall, who takes justice into his own hands by murdering criminals who have slipped through the judicial system. Dexter Morgan leads what seems like a normal life complete with pregnant fiancee...

Stephanie Boaldin and Melanie Knudsen model the 5-piece Island Sun Patio set, which sold for $200.

Scholarship Auction reflects past profits

September 25, 2009

A somewhat lower attendance rate and a rough economy didn’t stop this year’s scholarship contributors from cracking open their pocketb...

Students hit gridiron

Students hit gridiron

September 25, 2009

The football season is under way and the lack of a Seward County Community College/Area Technical School football team has not stopped students from being active part...

Nursing insrtuctor leaves college for hospital

April 24, 2009

Nursing instructor Susan Ingland is resigning after three years with Seward County Community College...

Children brush up skills at art day

April 24, 2009

Kylix sponsored a Children’s Art Day for children in first through sixth grade on April 18 in order...

Now is a crucial time to stay on track

April 24, 2009

Whenever I have free time, which isn’t often, I open up my favorite book “The Perks of Being a Wallflower.” I highlight lines that make me think or, for some reason or another, give me hope that life goes on. I’d like to share with you a quote from the book that I think students should give thought to around this time...

PTK plans for Spring Induction

February 6, 2009

Phi Theta Kappa is in the process of inducting students at Seward County Community College/ Area Technical School. Jessica Lulf is president of Phi Theta Kappa. “Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for two-year colleges,” Lulf said. “We focus on community service projects. The activities that we normally do are the highway...

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