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The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

Serrano tapes the ankle of a Saints basketball player.

Serrano sets bar for students

Amberley Taylor, Editor
March 5, 2018

If you name a club, he’s in it. If there is a school event happening, he’s there. Seward County Community College sophomore, Emmanuel (Manny) Serrano,...

Mollie Mounsey working on  her homework. Mounsey is an excellent and very involved student in the classroom.

Mounsey makes an impact

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
December 5, 2017

From the court, to the classrooms and even by being a Resident Assistant, Mollie Mounsey has been making an impact at Seward County Community College ever...

In order to prepare for an upcoming test Patrick Smith is seeking study tips from Mariah Cline. Mariah Cline is available to help students by appointment.

Benefits of using on-campus resources if troubled with career choice

Yesenia Montanez, Reporter
October 26, 2016

College is one step closer to a student's career path. To others, it is a door to self discovery. Jacqueline Rivera, Liberal, said she had an idea of...

Joeri Put

Joeri Put

Brynn Grieshaber and Kathleen Alonso
September 6, 2016

“I would do more practical stuff. I would send myself to vocational school to work with my hands more. If I could go back, I wouldn’t put so much effort...

A student listens to all of the ways the new identification cards can be used on campus after posing for ID picture.

Thursday is last day to get IDs

Yesenia Montanez, Reporter
August 23, 2016

Need to check out library books? How about eating lunch at the cafeteria? Starting next week all of these activities will require students to have an...

Daisy Torres

Say no to ’poo for healthier hair

April 4, 2015

Everyone strives for hair full of life, bounce, volume and shine, but it seems like we just can’t get it right. How can we get our hair to be healthy...

Living with an open heart and mind

Living with an open heart and mind

March 4, 2015

Doing more of what makes her happy and living with an open heart and mind is what Madison Nikole Martinez is all about. That’s a good way to live, and...

Rotation opens for Packard

Rotation opens for Packard

February 20, 2015

Mitchell Packard was not a constant in the Saints rotation to start the season. In the first 11 games for Seward County, Packard only saw 10 minutes of...

Anticipating the T: Seda tips off Lady Saints season and signs with UTEP

Anticipating the T: Seda tips off Lady Saints season and signs with UTEP

November 14, 2014

Seda’s return to the court after a medical redshirt has been met with excitement by Saints fans. One week before the Lady Saints 2013 season began,...

­­­­Lopez continues family tradition of tennis

­­­­Lopez continues family tradition of tennis

October 10, 2013

Paula Lopez was raised up in Tucuman, Argentina. While living there, she grew up playing tennis at an academy where she played with her family everyday....

Nursing student saved from choking

October 9, 2012

When a fellow Seward County Community College/Area Technical School nursing student was in danger, Tammi Young wasted no time in saving her life. During...

LaFreniere draws from multiple interests in life

February 8, 2012

From playing guitar to glass blowing, Hope LaFreniere can do it all. This Seward sophomore loves art, and her creativity really shows. LaFreniere can play...

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