2019-2020 Editor In Chief Tabby Barr and adviser Brad Hallier discuss Tabby’s time on staff and on campus.View More Podcast: Editor in Chief reflects on time at HutchCC
Students are no longer working long hours in the classroom or the library, but are now having to make their own work spaces. Both students and staff are learning their way through online classes.View More The new normal in education
With a topic that is so vulnerable, it’s not something that gets talked about enough, and the knowledge is lacking. BrightHouse, a non-profit organization, seeks to help those who have been victimized and eliminate it by serving the Hutchinson community.View More “We are here:” Resources open for victims of sexual assault
“Mental health for everyone took a toll as the pandemic took over our lives… I may not be doing as well as the toilet paper industry is, but I’m working my way up from one-ply to two-ply.” – By Tabitha BarrView More Mental Health Awareness Month: A break during the pandemic for self-care
“This is kind of like a thunderstorm right now. Well, there’s going to be a rainbow:” HutchCC President Carter File on wishing the best for students.View More HutchCC Presidential Pressures of COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone individually, including HutchCC students and instructors. Some miss classroom friends and worry about what their future holds. However, together, they will pull through.View More In their words: Students, instructors carry on
Collegian Editor In Chief Tabitha Barr and adviser Brad Hallier discuss how the coronavirus has impacted life, school and The Collegian.View More Podcast: Coronavirus shuts down HutchCC
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?