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 presevere
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 Adam Kolb / Co-Sports Editor Due to the rising spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus, sports all around the world are cancelling or postponing their seasons, including the NJCAA. That means the Hutchinson Community College women’s basketball team’s season has come to an abrupt end. It was announced last week…View More Women’s basketball dealing with sudden end of title dreams
Collegian photographer KJ Ryan explores an eerily quiet HutchCC campus after it closed due to the Coronavirus outbreak.View More DESERTED: Scenes from around Hutchinson Community College
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
With the majority of businesses temporarily closing or shortening their hours, several students at HutchCC, and colleges across the country, have found themselves in the middle of a crisis, and without an income.View More Virus causing stress for working students
Editor’s note: This column was written before Monday’s announcement that the NJCAA was ending all spring sports for the rest of the school year. By Bailey Pennycuff / Co-Sports Editor Imagine … You’ve just been handed the most delicious-looking ice cream cone you have ever seen. It’s a double-dip cone…View More Is this the end of our great season?
By Tabitha Barr / Editor in Chief On Sunday, Hutchinson Community College announced that it will be suspending face-to-face classes starting Monday due to the coronavirus, or Covid-19. The Kansas State Department of Education issued a statement saying that they recommend Kansas schools to not have face-to-face classes. Students taking…View More POSTPONED: HutchCC halts face-to-face classes
Ambassadors at HutchCC are trained to help new and prospective students find where they’re going and who to knowView More Taking the tour with student ambassadors
Depending on the instructor and seriousness of the class, profanity may be allowed as it is students’ last step before the real worldView More Profanity in the classroom?