HutchCC alerted students to the potential risks associated with the coronavirus and offered tips to students on how to stay healthy.
The 2020 NJCAA Division 1 Women’s Basketball Championship allows eight at-large bids to enter the tournament, reserved for teams that don’t win one of the 16 automatic bids. Just as it occurred last season, the HutchCC women’s basketball team earned one of those spots.
“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 Fehrman
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.”
“Deciding to become a student-athlete in college is a major commitment unlike any other. For me, this commitment was multiplied by the fact that I am not only a softball player at HutchCC and an honors student taking honors-level classes, but I am also a writer for the college newspaper.” – By Sam Bailey
HutchCC students Alyssa Ibarra and Tabitha Barr were accepted into a program in which participants work at Disney parks while continuing their college careers
Co-host of ABC’s “Nightline” Byron Pitts spoke as part of the Dillon Lecture Series. He spoke about his time growing up illiterate with a single mother, his career in journalism, and several strangers who helped him along the way.
For the first time in 14 years, the HutchCC softball team defeated Butler. Women’s Track and Field sophomore Gabby Collins earned All-American honors. Baseball falls 13-6.