By Brenna EllerEditor In Chief No matter the weather or road conditions, the Hutchinson Community College spirit squad has always been at the football and basketball games to cheer on the Blue Dragons and to share their spirit with the Hutchinson crowd. This past Sunday was the Region 6 Cheer…View More Spirit of the Blue Dragons
Game company Respawn has released a new Battle Royale game called “Apex Legends”, which came out on Feb. 4, and ever since it came out, it has taken over “Fortnite”. That makes me extremely happy, because I highly dislike “Fortnite”. Battle Royale games are taking over the industry, and if…View More Jump in to ‘Apex Legends’
Wouldn’t it be nice if you had a rich family that would bribe your whole way into college without you having to pay a cent? Must be nice right? Well, it’s also highly illegally and Aunt Becky is quickly figuring that out. Lori Loughlin is in hot water after she,…View More Our view: Will you pay for our tuition Aunt Becky?
As you’ve probably noticed, this week I will not be publishing “The Women’s Corner” column. Which is something I’m kind of bummed about, but I have a topic that literally rattles my cage to the point where I’m ready to fight someone at the drop of a hat. And, for…View More Dodgeball? How about dodge the parents
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,…View More The English language has always been important to HutchCC professor Kelly Clasen
By Rachel LyonsStaff writer On April 4, Hutchinson Community College will host its Fourth Annual Career Connections Job Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sports Arena. This event is an opportunity for students to connect with more than 150 local employers. Michelle Wortham, Administrative Assistant for the…View More Career Connections comes to HutchCC
By Rebecca CarneyCo-Sports Editor Hutchinson Community College sophomore forward James Rojas, a 6-foot, 7-inch sophomore from Jamestown, New York, has been named Jayhawk West player of the year. Rojas, who missed five games in January because of an injury, had been practically unstoppable since. Since his return, Rojas averaged 21.1…View More Sports roundup: Rojas reigns over Jayhawk West