69.2 F
McPherson, KS
Wednesday, February 1, 2023
Home Blog Page 2
By Eli Jordan  Georgia Hitchcock has been a member of the Bulldog cross-country team since 2019, and, in her final year at McPherson, she is trying to make the most of it. In her time here, Hitchcock has competed in every event since her freshman year, and at her final race this year she...
By Eli Jordan  A three-year starter, the captain of Bulldog Soccer, Dan Connell has been a force in the midfield for the Bulldogs. Originally hailing from Whaley Bridge, England, Dan has made the most of his collegiate trip across the pond. In his four years, he has worked up eight points from the midfielder...
By Eli Jordan  McPherson College basketball has kicked off with an 84-76 win over Oklahoma Panhandle State for the men, and a 73-56 win over Peru State for the women.      For the men, this season is going to be led by a young Bulldog team, after losing five seniors who...
By Eli Jordan  As a fan of an alternative kind of country, the Zach Bryans, Charley Crocketts, and Tyler Childers of the scene, Noah Kahan feels like he would somehow fit into this crowd.       When listening though Kahan’s discography, Stick Season sticks out from the rest of it. Kahan’s music...
By Israel Acosta  For this installment of Cars Corner, we’ll admire Trent Szydlowski’s 1939 Mercury ‘Eight’ and its touching generational history. Szydlowski is a Senior in the Automotive Restoration Program who learned the basics of restoration on this beautiful ‘39 Mercury.             The car’s owner is Szydlowski’s grandpa, who hot-rodded the...
By Toby Leffew  On Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2022, at 11:50 AM…A shockwave rang out throughout the campus.  The Outlook notification sound quietly chimed from my computer’s tinny speakers, as I checked on my email…      “Hannah Piechowski via Students, to All Current Students”      “Good morning. Last week,...
By Meghan Morris  DNA has been the groundbreaking evidence that has solves millions of murders and felonies. It has brought justice and peace to families for years. But has it given us everything it has to offer?       According to Paul Couenhoven with history and science of forensic DNA, the genesis...
By Tate Ornelas  On Feb. 14, 2018, 17 lives were lost due to 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz opening fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, a suburb of Miami. On Nov. 2, 2022, Cruz received life in prison without the possibility of parole. Cruz did not receive the death penalty due to...
By Lex Grattan  Following a plan approved by the Kansas Board of Regents the week of Sept. 18, 33 staff and faculty members at Emporia State University were let go. Of those 33 people, 23 worked in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the ESU Bulletin reported. In his first year as president...
By Philip Schieffelin      The midterm elections were held in the U.S. on Nov. 8, 2022. In Kansas, three U.S. House seats went to republicans, Tracy Mann, Jake LaTurner, and Ron Estes, and one seat went to democrat Sharice Davids. Jerry Moran (R) won the only Senate seat up for election. Laura Kelly (D) won...