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Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

Coming to Seward County Community College in the fall of 2023 is the new soccer team. The first home game will be Aug. 23 on the Redskins’ field at the high school.

New soccer teams strolling into SCCC

Ashanti Thompson, Multimedia Editor
April 3, 2023

Sports are an integral part of any college, so it's no surprise Seward County Community College is expanding its athletic department in more ways than...

Chemistry students sell soaps to faculty, community members

Chemistry students sell soaps to faculty, community members

William Swanson, Club Reporter
April 23, 2021

Students taking Chemistry II this semester finally put the soaps they’ve been making on the market on April 22 at Seward County Community College. The...

Crusader News plans to continue informing and telling your stories with the best interest of the community.

Editorial: Crusader pushes through despite pandemic

Preston Burrows, Features Editor
March 25, 2020

In the wake of a pandemic that has not only taken the country, but the world by surprise, a southwest Kansas town has been shaken from everyday life.  In-person...

Oct. 13 – Oct. 29, 2018

Amberley Taylor, Co-Editor
November 13, 2018

The October Seward County Community College incident report is prepared by the campus security office. The reported incidents include: October 13: Possession...

STDs are becoming more common each year. It is important to get tested to make sure you are in good health!

Have you been tested?

Daniela Carmona, Club Reporter
September 18, 2018

About 20 million people get infected with a Sexually Transmitted Disease every year. Yet, most of us don’t get tested. We tell ourselves that we don’t...

SCCC hosts Hispanic journalist panel

SCCC hosts Hispanic journalist panel

Amberley Taylor, Co-Editor
September 17, 2018

Seward County Community College is partnering with Topeka-Humanities Kansas to present a journalism panel on Wed Sept. 19, at 7 p.m. in the SCCC Showcase...

Joy Fosdick was an employee of SCCC and the technical school for 26 years. She was someone everyone on campus and in the community enjoyed being around.

Fosdick leaves her mark on SCCC and the community

Amberley Taylor, Editor
March 29, 2018

Seward County Community College not only lost a member of the staff, but lost a friend to many. Joy Fosdick passed away unexpectedly after heart surgery...

If you or someone you know has been victimized by sexual assault, reach out to SCCCs LARC DVS campus advocate, Maria Munoz, for help.

#MeToo movement stands strong

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
February 19, 2018

Editor's note: This is the first of a two-part series on the #metoo movement. See the second story here. While being on twitter late last fall, I stumbled...

During the 2018-19 school year, SCCC will offer courses in national security through the University of Kansas.

SCCC prepares to provide National Security courses

Amberley Taylor, Editor
February 7, 2018

Starting in the 2018-19 school year, Seward County Community College will be offering courses in national security. The classes will be offered during...

Sarahi Aguilera holds a sign declaring that DACA recipients are in the USA to stay. The SCCC sophomore has been to Topeka and Washington, D.C. to let her voice be heard on this issue.

Defending DACA

Michelle Mattich, Reporter/Editor
January 17, 2018

The fight for DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) continues in the nation's capital. Seward County Community College has students and staff actively...

The dates listed are important dates to remember if you are planning on changing your class schedule.

Schedule changes are ending soon

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
January 11, 2018

As the Spring semester kicks off, it is important for students to know that the dates to add and/or drop classes are coming quickly. Each semester, students...

DACA demise affects students future

DACA demise affects students’ future

Michelle Mattich, Reporter
September 12, 2017

After the Trump Administration announced the rescinding of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Sarahi Aguilera felt like her life was totally...

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