Sports

Lady Dragons remain undefeated

By Bailey Terry The Lady Dragon basketball team traveled to Colby on Feb. 15 and won, 86-47. The Dragons are now 27-0 overall and 13-0 in the Jayhawk West. They have played and beat Butler, Barton, Colby, and Pratt over the last two weeks. They made nine three-pointers against Colby, a season high for the […]

Sports

Blue Dragons beat Beavers

By Bailey Terry The Blue Dragon basketball team traveled to Colby on Feb. 15 and won 74-70. The Dragons record is now 21-6 overall and 8-5 in the Jayhawk West. Over the past two weeks, the Dragons have played Butler, Barton, Colby, and Pratt. The Dragons have dropped in ranking, from No. 17 to No. […]

Entertainment

‘Terraria’ a creative ride

By Mitchell Garrett I have always been a fan of RPGs, or “role playing games,” in video games. “Minecraft” has been a popular game in recent years, because it gives you nearly total creative freedom. But I feel there is a lot missing from the block-building game. Hits: 3

Entertainment

Lanterns make a come-back?

By Shelby Horton The Green Lanterns Corps is one of the most well-known superhero leagues that maintain divine order in the DC universe, however the Black Lanterns create divine chaos. “Blackest Night: Volume One” is a great introduction to the Black Lantern Corps. Unlike the rings of the Green Lanterns that are powered by willpower, […]

Features

By Mitchell Garrett Hutchinson Community College makes sure to always stay ahead of the curve. Because of this, our school invested in an “unmanned aerial vehicle” to help our broadcasting department and Media Production students take film things they otherwise wouldn’t be able to shoot. The one we have cost the school around three thousand […]

Features

Ag Student winds national ‘Earth Team’ award

By Shelby Horton Ag student Lody Black has received the National Earth Team Award for Individual Volunteer for 2015. Black received this award because of his volunteer work at the National Resources Conservation Service, where he compiled 262.5 hours. Black joined during high school at Clay Center, as a work-study class for an hour and […]

Features

Controversial house bill targets college educators, threatens press freedoms

By Loribeth Reynolds Kansas educators — and press freedoms — have been targeted by a bill that has been introduced into the legislature. If passed, House Bill 2234 would prohibit college educators from using their official titles when writing newspaper opinion pieces. The bill disturbs Alan Montgomery, a journalism instructor at Hutchinson Community College. “It’s […]

Features

Sexual harassment, assault addressed in Title IX rules

By Zeke Willcox A change is coming to Hutchinson Community College regarding its prevention and response to sexual assault. Students and faculty will be introduced to the new Title IX policies, which includes training about prevention of sexual assaults. Recently, 11 staff members attended a two-day conference in Atlanta, about prevention of sexual assaults. The […]