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The Crusader

The student news site of Seward County Community College

The Crusader

The student news site of Seward County Community College

The Crusader

Crusader photo/ Joseph Hoffman

Watt kicks-off next stage

May 1, 2010

It was a cold Saturday afternoon at the Burial Grounds when sophomore Rustin Watt ran 25 yards in an option play for his first playoff touchdown against...

 Seward Dean of Instruction Cynthia Rapp sits with granddaughters Afton Lemmon, left,  and Caitlin Lemmon. The family had 
participated in a walk as part of April’s Autism Awareness Month. Caitlin, 5, is 
diagnosed with autism. But 
surrounded by 
family members such as Rapp, 
sister Afton and pooch Vinnie, 
along with 
doctors, she’s 
making strides.  Autism affects  about one in 110 births.The background is a drawing by Caitlin featured on a Christmas card for Alpine Autism Center.
Photo illustration

Autism Awareness

April 30, 2010

From three weeks old to 6 months old, little Caitlin screamed pretty much nonstop. She did not want to be swaddled or rocked, but would feel comforted...

Marky Nolen stabbed during altercation

Marky Nolen stabbed during altercation

April 19, 2010

A Seward basketball player was stabbed around 2 a.m. April 11 during a fight at Love’s County Store, 188 W. Pancake. When officers arrived, the group...

Concealed weapons bill raises fiscal and security concerns

April 1, 2010

Making its way to the Kansas legislature Senate floor is a bill that would allow people to carry a concealed weapon into any state or municipality facility,...

Crusader photo/ Chris “Turtle” Flowers
Lindsey Miller and LaKendra Sanders go up for a block during the scrimmage against the Oklahoma Panhandle State University Aggies.

Volleyball tops Pratt, runs into stiff competition at tourney

September 25, 2009

The once nationally ranked No. 11 Seward County Community College Lady Saints volleyball remain undefeated in the conference defeating Pratt and Colby...

Fernandes, Sanders receive player of the week honors

Fernandes, Sanders receive player of the week honors

September 25, 2009

Two Lady Saints have been the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Player of the Week in the first four weeks of the season. Sheinae Fernandes a freshman...

Obama presidency turning into an extreme socialist regime

Obama presidency turning into an extreme socialist regime

September 25, 2009

"It's time for us to wake up; it's time for us to rise up." –Rustin Watt Now is a good time for us as people to realize what is going on all around...

Crusader photo/Rustin Watt
Fabiola Wisnesky and Ivan Michelli, center, sign to play tennis at Harding University in Searcy, Ark. Assistant coach Kelly Cook, left, and head coach David Workman, right, showed support for the athletes on their signings. Michelli and Wisnesky were respective captains for the Seward County men’s and women’s tennis teams.

Education main focus for tennis signees

April 24, 2009

Two Seward County Community College tennis players signed their names on the dotted line Wednesday afternoon. Ivan Michelli and Fabiola Wisnesky signed...

Crusader photo/Rustin Watt
David Cruz makes a throw while third baseman Quay Grant ducks  to avoid Cruz’s throw. The play registered an out  against the Dodge City Community College Conquistadors. Seward swept Dodge in the series.

Slump leaves Seward in sixth

April 24, 2009

Seward baseball has a 15-13 record and sits at sixth in the conference after the Saints split with Clarendon, Texas, April 15, then split the four-game...

Antidepressants have reverse effects

April 24, 2009

Many people blame violent behaviors and actions on music and video games and things of that nature. But maybe these violent behaviors come in the form...

With bad circumstances come possibilities

April 3, 2009

It doesn’t take long to realize life can throw a mean hook. There are always obstacles in your way and adversity to overcome. What I believe makes...

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