Collegian Editor In Chief Tabitha Barr sits down with Adviser Brad Hallier to discuss Barr’s Feb. 14 column, where she admits to having contemplated suicide before.
“These people came together to get justice. I wanted to be right there chanting beside them, but I stood apart for my job and chanted inside my head.” -Tabitha Barr on covering the peaceful protest
“Mental health for everyone took a toll as the pandemic took over our lives… I may not be doing as well as the toilet paper industry is, but I’m working my way up from one-ply to two-ply.” – By Tabitha Barr
Collegian Editor In Chief Tabitha Barr and adviser Brad Hallier discuss how the coronavirus has impacted life, school and The Collegian.
Collegian Editor in Chief Tabitha Barr wonders how she will fare through the other side of the Coronavirus outbreak
HutchCC students Alyssa Ibarra and Tabitha Barr were accepted into a program in which participants work at Disney parks while continuing their college careers
“I thought I had a pretty good handle on what I ate during my college years, but recently I’ve been making some pretty interesting choices for meals. I have a weird relationship with food anyway, as I’m either starving all of the time or not hungry at all. It’s hard knowing when and what to eat when my stomach can’t decide anything.”- By Tabitha Barr
By Tabitha Barr / Editor in Chief
“It is the last day of January and it already feels like we’ve gone through hell and back” – Tabitha Barr