“I am one week and one day into self-quarantine, and, like many others, I am so bored… I decided to compile a list of anything we could do to entertain ourselves.” – By Bailey YoungView More Things to do during quarantine
“Here they are, in the midst of the unknown, doing their best to care for each and every one of their patients… they’re stepping up and doing everything they can. From a future nursing student and a hopeful future nurse, this outbreak honestly makes me even more eager to get my career started” – By Laci SuttonView More Braving through COVID-19, healthcare workers are an inspiration
“For me, this COVID-19 pandemic has been a never-ending nightmare. As someone with a compromised immune system, every day is filled with constant fear and anxiety.” – By Jared ShuffView More Coping through humor
Our lives have been suspended and forever changed by the Coronavirus outbreak, but there is still hope if we come together.View More We will persevere
Collegian Editor in Chief Tabitha Barr wonders how she will fare through the other side of the Coronavirus outbreakView More The world will be normal again, but will I?
By Bailey YoungStaff writer In the time of social media, I urge you all to do your own research. There is so much more information beneath all of these quotes, and there is so much misinformation on the Internet right now that everyone is losing their minds. The fact is…View More ‘I heard’: a list of things Bailey Young has heard about coronavirus.
Sophomore Blue Dragon Baseball player Jake Brown says the sudden end of the season does not spell the end of the world.View More It’s hard to look at the bright side right now, but it’s there
“In this time of uncertainty, one thing is abundantly clear – we can not go back to the status quo.” – By Aaron StrainView More Coronavirus must be a rallying cry for political change
“The things that are currently helping me keep it together until Summer rolls around are thinking of all the lake days on the boat, camping, roasting marshmallows on the campfire, having friends come over for a pool day, and grilling burgers and steak.” – By Emily FehrmanView More Summer, please hurry, I miss you
Our View: “This year, students have already had to deal with construction being on their radar because of the renovations happening for the new cafeteria. But it seems like the city of Hutchinson wanted to throw more construction in the way for commuters, and it’s taking a toll on student’s arrival times to campus.”View More Hutch construction is the absolute worst