The Entertainment Pulse: The top three young adult novels that need a film adaption

By Jack Greenwood Columnist There was a time when young-adult novels were box-office titans. From “Harry Potter” to “Twilight” and “The Hunger Games”, these movies all dominated the film industry. Yet, the trend seems to be slowing down as young-adult novels have generated less and less revenue. This week, I’ve chosen three young-adult novels that […]


Who’s who recognize hard working students

By Brenna Eller Opinion Page Editor The Who’s Who Among Students national organization is conducting a strategic review, and the organization did not accept nominations this year. This could be a reason why some colleges have stopped supporting this program or have not recognized their students. However, Hutchinson Community College continues to have this program, […]


Baseball keeps up offensive tear; softball finishes regular season with easy sweep

By Lucas Barlow Sports Editor The Hutchinson Community College baseball team won its ninth-straight game, after the Blue Dragons easily handled Pratt Community College in two games last Sunday. The Blue Dragons outscored the Beavers 38-12, as they won 18-8 in game one, and 20-4 in game two. That’s also Hutchinson’s 18th-straight win over Pratt, […]

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Badinage vocal jazz earns international award

By Merissa Anderson Collegian Editor Badinage, the prestigious vocal jazz group of Hutchinson Community College, has wrapped up their year with international recognition after being awarded the Downbeat 41st Annual Student Music Award for large group vocal jazz ensemble. Downbeat Magazine has covered only the best jazz performers since its beginning in 1934. The award, […]


Trash game

“Fortnite”, when it first came out last July, used to be a really fun and free game before all of the updates made it trash. Similar to “Minecraft”, but with guns, the objective in “Fortnite” is to be the last one alive and to kill other players. I am a day-one player, and I have […]