TV Show Review: Amazon’s “The Boys,” season two premiere

Coming hot off of its massively successful first season, Amazon’s “The Boys” returned this fall, bigger, badder, and bloodier. For those that missed the first season, let’s catch up without spoilers. After his girlfriend is accidentally killed by a superhero, Hughie Campbell, played by Jack Quaid, joins up with a group of outlaws led by Billy Butcher, played by Karl Urban, whose main goal is … Continue reading TV Show Review: Amazon’s “The Boys,” season two premiere

Changes for Studio 200

COVID-19 has brought new changes and challenges to nearly every organization at Hastings College, but not every change on campus is dictated by COVID-19. Studio 200, HC’s on-campus resource for tutoring and homework help, has undergone several changes unrelated to COVID-19. “We moved from Kiewit to the library, and the main reason for doing that was accessibility. Kiewit has stairs but no ramp or elevator, … Continue reading Changes for Studio 200

Students connect with Lincoln Elementary through pen pal program

The Bronco Buddies Program, started by Senior Education Major Michaela Bailey, seeks to connect students at Lincoln Elementary School with college student mentors. Last year, student athletes would visit and play with Lincoln Elementary students at lunch and recess. This year; however, the program has shifted to a pen pal program with more than 56 student athletes signed up to write letters. Bailey and Director … Continue reading Students connect with Lincoln Elementary through pen pal program

Student Symposium goes virtual

The 2020 Hastings College Lecture Series Student Symposium (HCLS) on Oct. 14 was a day full of eight accomplished speakers presenting on the main themes of women’s suffrage and “Breaking Barriers: the 19th Amendment and Beyond.” As the lectures were all delivered over Zoom, HCLS had more freedom for scheduling when choosing out-of-state speakers. “Expanding upon the theme of women’s suffrage…allowed us to invite speakers … Continue reading Student Symposium goes virtual

NAIA Passes Landmark Name, Image, and Likeness Legislation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) passed the first legislation of its kind in college sports to allow its student-athletes the opportunity to be compensated for use of their Name, Image and Likeness (NIL). The legislation approved today by NAIA membership follows a year-long discussion on the topic and extends previous legislation relaxing NAIA rules related to amateurism and NIL.  … Continue reading NAIA Passes Landmark Name, Image, and Likeness Legislation

Cases in athletics prompt for game, practice schedule changes

With many rumors swirling around campus about what the reasoning was for changing from Level Orange to Level Pink, Hastings College Athletic Director B.J. Pumroy explained that it had more to do with making sure that HC had enough housing for the students that needed to be in quarantine. “It was basically we’re having some shortage on our housing for those who needed quarantine in … Continue reading Cases in athletics prompt for game, practice schedule changes

Precaution levels rise and fall within one week

On Oct. 2 the Hastings College campus received an email from Executive President Dr. Rich Lloyd that the COVID-19 precaution level would be returning from pink to orange. The decision to move to Level Pink happened on Sept. 28 after there was a sudden increase of individuals in isolation, causing the isolation housing to approach maximum capacity. When in Level Pink, guidelines stated all classes … Continue reading Precaution levels rise and fall within one week

President Reeves to Retire – Throwback

Chase Rath – Collegian Reporter On Oct. 6, 1994, Assistant Copy Editor Dale Miller wrote about the retirement of HC’s President, Dr. Thomas Reeves. After 10 years of dedication and improvements at Hastings College, it was time for President Reeves to announce his departure from the institution. Reeves felt that all expectations that were agreed upon were met in improvements made on campus, and that … Continue reading President Reeves to Retire – Throwback

Tech Tips: “AirDrop” file sharing

If you’re having trouble with this feature let the helpdesk know by emailing helpdesk@hastings.edu. If you have a tip you want to share or think your peers should know, please submit them to bdavis@hastings.edu. “AirDropping” is a fantastic way to quickly share a document outside of Google Drive with someone. AirDropping allows you to directly connect to another person’s iPad and share a file with … Continue reading Tech Tips: “AirDrop” file sharing

Revisions to HC student justice system strengthen community cohesion

A longstanding part of Hastings College’s campus community, the Community Accountability Board (CAB) and restorative justice system makes sure that any violations of student conduct are resolved in a meaningful and productive way. After being accused of violating the student handbook, an individual may appeal that violation to CAB.  “Once an appeal is filed, it’s passed on to the board and they meet roughly every … Continue reading Revisions to HC student justice system strengthen community cohesion