Blue Dragon women move on to semifinals

The Hutchinson Community College women continued their march toward their first national championship Thursday in Lubbock, Texas, rolling by No. 5 Odessa, Texas 66-50 in the NJCAA Tournament quarterfinals. The 13th-seeded Blue Dragons improved to 33-3 and will take on No. 8 New Mexico Junior College at 4 p.m. today.…

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Former Blue Dragon basketball player Cliff Dixon shot to death

By Brenna EllerEditor In Chief Former Hutchinson Community College basketball player Cliff Dixon died after being fatally shot at his birthday party in Atlanta on March 21. There is still an ongoing investigation as to who the shooter was. Dixon’s funeral was held on Monday. Kevin Durant, a star guard…

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Fighting the good fight: HutchCC VP of Student Services battling rectal cancer

By Brenna EllerEditor In Chief As many around Hutchinson Community College may already know, Vice President of Student Services Brett Bright was diagnosed with stage 4 rectal cancer in November of last year. As March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, “The Hutchinson Collegian”would like to give our full support and…

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Moving on: Blue Dragons knock off Western Nebraska at NJCAA Tournament

By Rebecca CarneyCo-Sports Editor The Hutchinson Community College women’s basketball team got back to its winning ways at the NJCAA Tournament in Lubbock, Texas, and snapped a long winning streak of Western Nebraska’s at the same time. The No. 8-ranked ranked and No. 13-seeded Blue Dragons advance to the second…

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The English language has always been important to HutchCC professor Kelly Clasen

By Emily FehrmanSocial Media Editor As a child, Hutchinson Community College English professor Kelly Clasen grew up in a world of books, getting many of her biggest role models from them. Having lived on a farm, she was fortunate that her mom took her to the library in Hutchinson weekly,…

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