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 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
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?
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.View More Podcast: Tabitha Barr on reaction to suicide awareness column
A preview of next week’s Dillon Lecture Series speaker. Byron Pitts, co-anchor of ABC’s “Nightline” is set to present Tuesday at 10:30AM at the Sports Arena.View More DLS speaker: That’s the Pitts
“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 BarrView More The eating habits of a college student
HutchCC and Syracuse University have stuck by the side of a young woman fighting cancer and are now helping her achieve some of her life’s passions.View More Think Pink game night honors #Tough4T
HutchCC partnered with Horizons Mental Health Center to show a documentary about the ways suicide affects people. “Suicide: The Ripple Effect” explains the hard truth about suicide and how devastating its effect can be.View More “Ripple Effect” showing helps students understand suicide
By Tabitha Barr / Editor in ChiefView More “The Ripple Effect” I’ve experienced with suicide
By Tabitha Barr / Editor in Chief In this day and age, college students need to work to afford college. It’s a must, as college can put students in debt for years. Businesses that hire college students are usually ones that are entry-level food and retail service. That means that…View More HutchCC students tired of ‘Karens’