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Super sophomore, Rosa Turcios is majoring in Liberal Arts, and she is from Guymon, Oklahoma. Turcios describes herself as yellow for a color because it is a happy color.

Rosa Turcios

Brianna Rich, Photo Editor
September 30, 2022

What is the quote you go by? Why? The quote that I go by right now is fake it till you make it because when you fake it it eventually just becomes habitual,...

Director of Humanities and Social Sciences, Darin Workman is from Hastings, Nebraska. He not only is a teacher but he also plays his own instruments such as his favorite the saxophone which he learned in fourth grade.

Darin Workman

Laura Gillespie and Brianna Rich
August 22, 2022

Who is one person you would like to see in concert, living or dead? Why? It would be Louis Armstrong and he’s dead. He is one of the greatest trumpet...

Crusader Dani Arellano asks students around campus who their favorite artist is.

Who is your favorite artist?

Dani Arellano , Reporter
November 4, 2021

  “I don’t know!”  “Umm…” one student said as she laughed and pulled out her phone to look at her playlist while she grinned.   These...

After a year of not having any theater productions, the SCCC humanities will now put on a Broadway Revue. Students former and current have picked songs from various popular shows. The Broadway Revue will be from April 22-24 at 7pm.

Broadway Revue performance set for April 22-24

Monalisa Chakraborty
April 19, 2021

Music is a part of our daily life. It helps us to relax our minds and lift our moods. Seward County Community College brings “Broadway Revue” with...

Brittany Brooks is a music major from Tyrone, Oklahoma. In her free time, Brooks enjoys going to church, hanging out with friends and singing. She hopes to someday make a career out of singing and even teach it.

Brittany Brooks

Annette Meza, Reporter
September 5, 2018

Why did you choose to come to SCCC? "It’s cheap and Its close. Also it helps me become independent away from home." Do you live on campus? How do...

Living in Southwest Kansas means a lot of road trips just to shop or even go to a ball game. Many SCCC students commute from an hour away to attend classes. Passing the time on a long drive can be fun when listening to the right music. Add some friends and silliness to get a winning combination.

What’s your jam?

Amberley Taylor, Editor
February 6, 2018

Whether you are just driving across town, commuting to school or taking a road-trip for long hours, music is always necessary in the car. No matter which...

Musical needs singers, actors

January 13, 2017

SCCC music and theatre departments will bring to the stage, "Sister Act," as the spring musical. But first, they need singers, actors and all kinds of...

Review: Kenny Chesney

Review: Kenny Chesney

Crusader Staff
November 21, 2016

The Crusader recently ran a Facebook poll asking you which new album we should listen to and review. The results came in and the winner by one vote was...

Nathaniel James Lee playing his guitar at SCCC campus.

Music the key of life for Seward student

March 5, 2015

“When I have music around, that’s when I’m most satisfied in my life” Nathaniel James Lee, a freshman at SCCC, confessed that he couldn’t...

Alysha Espinoza and Cedric Mitchell practice for annual winter concert. Crusader photo/Kim Nguyen

Band, choir practice for concert

November 14, 2014

The Seward band and choir winter concert will feature mostly Christmas songs at the performance 7 p.m. Dec. 11 at the Showcase Theater. “This year’s...

Duo presents folk music

Duo presents folk music

November 14, 2014

When Bettman & Halpin walked onto the stage on Nov. 7 , the modest crowd greeted them eagerly. All except one grouchy toddler who tried to demand the...

ilyAIMY performs at SCCC

ilyAIMY performs at SCCC

October 27, 2014

The band i love you And I Miss You was on campus at Seward County Community College Oct. 16 following a performance at the New Mexico University and before...

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