News

Student hit in Plum Street crosswalk

On Aug. 23 at the intersection of 13th and Plum Street, Ashley Griffith, HCC student, was hit by a car. Hutchinson Police report that Griffith was sitting on the curb when the EMS arrived. She then was taken to the Hutchinson Regional Medical Center for treatment. The accident happened on Plum Street, which separates the […]

Sports

Track tallies eight firsts

By Angela Lingg The HCC track team competed at the Tabor Invitational in Hillsboro, Kansas on April 23. Nacier Thompson, Fountain, Colorado, won the men’s 100 meters with a time of 10.49 seconds. He also took second in the 200 meters with a time of 21.49 seconds. Orser Rodriguez, Harlingen, Texas, took first in the […]

Sports

Softball wins both in twin bill against Cowley

By Bailey Terry The Blue Dragon softball team played a doubleheader against Cowley on April 21 and won. The scores were 10-3 and 8-7. Hutch’s record is now 34-6 overall and 18-4 in the Jayhawk West Conference. In the first game, the Dragons remained scoreless until the fourth inning when they scored a single run, […]

Entertainment

‘Vendetta’ has sinister storyline

By Amaelle Caron “V for Vendetta” is a movie inspired by the graphic novel by the same name. The story takes place in the United Kingdom in a post-apocalyptic world, where war and dictatorship rule everything. The main character, V (Hugo Weaving) is a revolutionary who wants to free the English people from their corrupt […]

Entertainment

Oliver’s a treat in many ways

By Lariena Nokes Breaking away from campus for a nice lunch is a fine way to reward yourself for jobs well done. Hutchinson has a wonderful new restaurant well suited for just such outings. Oliver’s Beef & Brew at 925 East 30th is open for business and serving amazing food. Dropping in for a late […]

Features

Drugs seen by the school counselors

By Loribeth Reynolds College can be full of tough decisions, like whether to wear pajamas to class, choosing homework over Netflix, or sleeping instead of partying. The time spent in college is easily some of the best times of a person’s life. However, some students have a different experience. Many students have a hard time […]

Features

Hannah headed for the ocean

By Hannah Wallace Dear Hannah, Are you sad that this is the last HCC newspaper you will be writing in? Dear wondering, it is for sure a bittersweet moment for me. I have enjoyed my time on the news staff but also know that there are bigger fish for me to fry out there in […]

Features

HCC students went for the gold

By Angela Lingg Hutchinson Community College hosted a Skills USA competition on April 19. Hutchinson High School collaborated with HCC to host the competition. The competitions were held on HCC’s campus, at Hutchinson High School, at the State Fairgrounds and Atrium Convention Center. According to Janet Hamilton, Department 2 Co-chair, HCC will be hosting the […]