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Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

Did you know?

Did you know?

Krisi Anderson
March 24, 2021

The world is full of all kinds of unusual facts. I think people will learn a little extra through these topics. They are either necessary and not talked...

Freshman Maria Coronado finally has a chance to enjoy aspects of a traditional snow day on Monday  — mocha coffee and watching Netflix under covers. She spent most of the day in remote learning and doing homework. Her dog, Tomasa, and stuffed animal friends offer some warm comfort on the -17 temperature day.

Opinion: Remote learning ruins snow days

Krisi Anderson, Club Reporter
February 17, 2021

On Friday evening, the student body received an email informing us that even if campus is closed due to weather conditions we would still have class remotely....

Who comes out on top in the CFP?

Who comes out on top in the CFP?

William Swanson
November 17, 2020

As Clemson failed to convert on a fourth-and-twenty-four in double overtime, the Notre Dame sideline charged the field along with the fans that were present...

Saints on the Street: What if students were president?

Saints on the Street: What if students were president?

Destiny Vasquez
November 3, 2020

Elections make us think about the future and what we can possibly do. Crusader sought out students to get their thoughts on what they would do if they...

2020 Seward County Community College sophomores will graduate May 2 on an online video format.

Saints on the Street: Graduates reminisce about favorite SCCC moments

Crusader Staff
May 1, 2020

Many controversial topics are discussed everyday on television, websites and through casual conversation everywhere you go. Crusader News is on the hunt...

Saints on the Street: Students discuss pandemic

Saints on the Street: Students discuss pandemic

Crusader Staff, Reporters
April 16, 2020

Many controversial topics are discussed everyday on television, websites and through casual conversation everywhere you go. Crusader News is on the hunt...

Valentines Day romance is the in the air. Make it a red rose, dinner and a movie night. Crusader has picked some classic romantic movies to get you started.

10 best romance movies to cry to on Valentine’s Day

Annette Meza, Managing Editor
February 13, 2020

Romance movies. You either love them or you hate them, but there's no doubt that they make people cry, especially when someone dies or the couple encounters...

Books line the walls of the SCCC library. Every year, hundreds of books come up for discussion on whether it should be banned or not.

Opinion: Banning books limits exploration

William Swanson, Reporter
October 16, 2019

Librarians and school teachers across the country try to bring awareness to books that are being challenged and banned. In fact, there’s even a week...

Night classes are offered at SCCC for students and community members. Night classes occur only once a week, which can be a reason why most students think its a good idea to take them. (Photo Illustration)

A late mistake

Preston Burrows , Reporter
September 12, 2019

A night class can be a way to stretch out one’s schedule so that it isn’t hectically packed. This can be a quick-witted idea for students trying to...

Reverie Roasters has come to Louies place. Three of their signature flavors are available.

Reverie Roasters comes to SCCC

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor
February 19, 2019

Reverie Roasters, a coffee house and bakery located in Wichita, have recently brought three of their unique coffee flavors to Seward County Community College....

Suicide is the third leading cause of death in young adults ages 18-24. Sadly, not enough people speak up and seek help.

Do you know what Mental Health is?

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor
November 15, 2018

We all know how to share our feelings with friends, family, or any other person we trust. But how do we talk about our feelings when they become bigger...

The jackpot is being drawn this weekend. What would you do?

What would you do if you won the Powerball Jackpot of $750 million?

Michelle Mattich, Co-Editor
October 26, 2018

With The Powerball Jackpot being drawn this weekend it has everyone questioning what would they do with 750 million dollars? We asked SCCC students what...

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