Diversity Team holds panel discussion about campus culture

A panel discussion was held by the Diversity Team to discuss the current culture and climate of Hastings College and its students, faculty and staff this past Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 11:45 a.m. in Hazelrigg Student Union rooms A and B. The panel was moderated by Chief Copy Editor Jordan Ismaiel on behalf of the Collegian — Ismaiel is also a member of the Diversity … Continue reading Diversity Team holds panel discussion about campus culture

Visiting glass artist specializes in sculpture

The Hastings College Department of Visual Arts is hosting visiting glass artist Eoin Breadon, department chair and glass program director at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, Dec. 5-8 at the Jackson Dinsdale Art Center (JDAC). Breadon will demonstrate hot sculpting and glassblowing during the day in the JDAC glass studio and work with students during their classes to give them the opportunity to make their … Continue reading Visiting glass artist specializes in sculpture

APO Honorary produces children’s show

The Hastings College’s theatre honorary, Alpha Psi Omega, put on a production of “The Coloring Book”, written by Bradley Walton, for this year’s annual Children’s Show. Viewings of the show are taking place  Dec. 5-7 in the Scott Studio Theater. This play touches on the inevitable issues in life, from social hierarchy to self challenges, and teaches how to deal with these issues and  treat … Continue reading APO Honorary produces children’s show

Campus celebrates annual lighting

Hastings College held its annual lighting event on Dec. 2 in front of the French Memorial Chapel. The Lighting of Campus is an tradition held on  campus before finals begin.   Students gathered in the chapel for performances by various HC music groups including the HC jazz band, the student acapella group, SoPe, and the HC choir. Students then gathered on the stage to listen to … Continue reading Campus celebrates annual lighting

Marei to play NAIA invitational game at semester’s end

While the Hastings College football season ended on Nov 16 in a 23-point loss to Dakota Wesleyan University, Senior Defensive Lineman Abdul Marei will get the opportunity to play one more collegiate game. Just before the season started in late August, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced that Marei would be one of the 116 seniors qualified to play in the game on … Continue reading Marei to play NAIA invitational game at semester’s end

Class provides holiday cards for elderly

A communications course at Hastings College has paired with Senior Action to provide holiday cards  by setting up a booth in the Hazelrigg Student Union (HSU) lobby where students can write cards for the elderly in the community.   Senior Action is an organization in Hastings that works to better the community by providing “Meals on Wheels.” This program provides meals for homebound senior citizens … Continue reading Class provides holiday cards for elderly

Band holds annual fall concert

The Hastings College Band held its fall band concert at the Masonic Temple downtown on Nov. 17. The concert was conducted by Dr. Louie Eckhardt, assistant professor of music and director of bands, and also featured vocal solos from Senior Carly Cremers and Dillon Beede, instructor of voice and choral music.  The concert opened up with “Diamond Tide,” by Viet Cuong. The piece was inspired … Continue reading Band holds annual fall concert

LocalGlobal highlights needs within community and abroad

Hastings College’s LocalGlobal fights hunger and homelessness on campus, in town and across the globe this week with the awareness activities they organized across campus. Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is a nationally-recognized campaign that takes place the week before Thanksgiving every year. HC teams up with those in the Hastings community in an effort to bring about change. On Nov. 13, LocalGlobal invited students … Continue reading LocalGlobal highlights needs within community and abroad

Movie Review: “Doctor Sleep”

In May of 1980, the world was filled with fear by director Stanley Kubrick. After the release of Kubrick’s “The Shining,” audiences were subjected to seeing fears that they could previously only see in their minds or read in a book. The movie in question is based on Steven King’s novel of the same name. The film starred Jack Nicholson as Jack Torrance, Shelley Duvall … Continue reading Movie Review: “Doctor Sleep”