Left to right: Vesin, Schregle and Baume

ISCPA students in Lyon, France attend HC

Hastings College welcomes three new international students to campus. Agathe Baume (France), Leontine Schregle (Switzerland), and Charleen Vesin (France) moved from France to the U.S. at the of start the spring semester. International Admissions Counselor and Director of International Programs Grant Hunter took a trip overseas to recruit students to HC. “He came to our class and presented a powerpoint, like what is Hastings College, … Continue reading ISCPA students in Lyon, France attend HC

Left to right: Burke, Kennon and Hanson attend NCA annual conference

Students, professor recognized at National Communication Association annual conference

At the National Communication Association’s (NCA) annual convention in Baltimore, Maryland, one Hastings College student received a top award for a research paper, another was elected to a national advisory board and a professor was given a service award. The NCA convention is typically attended by graduate students and professors; however, HC undergraduates attended. Senior Alli Kennon, a communication studies major from Spicer, Minnesota; senior … Continue reading Students, professor recognized at National Communication Association annual conference

Over 2,300 people, including 13 high school teams filled Lynn Farrell Arena on Jan. 8 to watch the number four Broncos take down Concordia University for the first time since 2015.

Women’s basketball continues to make school history

The Hastings College women’s basketball team is making history, going undefeated to this point in the season with an overall record of 19-0.  “I think the season is going as well as we could’ve hoped for at this point. Can’t really complain about being undefeated so far,” said Senior Gabby Grasso.  With the latest National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) poll, the Broncos moved up … Continue reading Women’s basketball continues to make school history

Block 3 check-in survey results

On Nov. 20, 977 students were invited, via email, to participate in a “Block 3 Check-in” survey which could be accessed through Canvas or a direct link sent invitational until Nov. 22. Administered through EvaluationKIT, the college was able to gather responses regarding academics, activities and the environment on campus from 435 students out of the 977 invited. A summary of the results was emailed … Continue reading Block 3 check-in survey results

College newspapers the target of administrations

As colleges and universities in the United States continue to absorb large sums of money or simply manage to stay afloat in the midst of a socially-economic changing atmosphere in the field of higher education, one common tactic seems to emerge: trading in the importance of student operated journalism and college newspapers for a polished, marketable school “branding.”  Student reporters, college newspapers and their advisors … Continue reading College newspapers the target of administrations

Glass students aid in the process of blowing the piece.

Visiting artist visits HC glass blowing studio for demos

On Jan. 8 and 9, professional glass artist Jason Christian presented a series of lectures and demonstrations open for any students interested in glassblowing. Christian’s experience of working with glass for more than 20 years includes working under glass masters such as Dale Chihuly and Lino Tagliapietra, and teaching at several colleges and universities.  Christain’s passion for working with glass arose after an accident in … Continue reading Visiting artist visits HC glass blowing studio for demos

Notability Auto-Backup Feature

The app Notability has a good backup feature that you should be utilizing. Most everything on your iPad will be stored in your iCloud or Google Drive account, but Notability needs to be set up in order to automatically backup your notes. To do this, go into your Notability app. Locate the settings icon on the bottom left. Next, choose the Auto-Backup section and select … Continue reading Notability Auto-Backup Feature

SA hosts craft-making nights for students

As the winter holidays approach, Hastings College offers a solution for the holiday dilemma of buying gifts on a student budget. Since November, five events have been hosted with the goal of encouraging students to learn new skills while giving them the opportunity to create unique gifts for family and friends.  This series of events started with a Pinterest craft-themed night, following with knitting and … Continue reading SA hosts craft-making nights for students