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Students share their catcall experiences, on HutchCC campus and around Hutchinson

By Emily FehrmanSocial Media Editor Editor’s note: This is a compilation in response to an anonymous survey Hutchinson Community College students were asked to fill out regarding catcalling. They walked in front of our car coming back from dinner and told us we had to give them our snap chats. Someone came up to me […]


Annual Skills USA competition coming to HutchCC

By Kat CollinsStaff Writer The Skills USA Kansas conference is returning to Hutchinson Community College next week, from Wednesday to Friday. There are a total of 84 categories contestants will be able to compete in, out of a total of 100 categories students can compete in nationally. Among the categories are Culinary Arts, Firefighting, Computer […]

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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 thoughts to Bright as he […]


Career Connections comes to HutchCC

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 Vice President of Student Services, […]

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Women’s history month: Paramore has had strong female role models throughout life, career

By Pablo SanchezCampus Editor In 1980, President Jimmy Carter issued a Presidential proclamation, declaring the week of March 8 as National Women’s History Week. Now, there’s Women’s History Month, and Hutchinson Community College has had, and currently does, women in prominent roles. One such person is. Tricia Paramore, Department 4 Chairperson, and like many women, […]


Bills in process of passing

By Aaron StrainStaff writer Governor Laura Kelly released her budget proposal, aimed at undoing “years of financial crisis, budget catastrophes and devastating cuts to Kansas’ most prized investments… without a tax increase.” The plan includes: Restoring the K-12 budget to constitutionally required levels and increasing higher education funding. The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled multiple […]