Reeds speaks on processes and lasting effects of online classes

To ensure that the Hastings College campus could resume operations at the start of the 2020-2021 academic year, strict social distancing measures were put in place. As a result, courses have been delivered in a variety of modes and models.  To students, these measures simply dictate that some classes may be fully online while others are delivered through a combination of in-person and online instruction. … Continue reading Reeds speaks on processes and lasting effects of online classes

Vocation and Career Services hires new Assistant Director

In order to further meet the needs of students, Vocation and Career Services has made accessibility additions to their program. Carissa Uhrmacher was recently hired for the new position of Assistant Director and a new web program Handshake was introduced. Career Services offers resources and help to students getting ready to go into the workforce. They help students find and apply to jobs and internships, … Continue reading Vocation and Career Services hires new Assistant Director

Men’s cross country squad claims district title; qualifies for nationals – Throwback

Chase Rath – Collegian Reporter On Nov. 12, 1992,  Collegian Sports Staff Brian Gustafson wrote about the Men’s cross country team claiming their district title, and earning their rightful place in going to nationals in Kenosha, WI. Head Coach Bart Gray elaborates on the emotional and physical experience of earning their win. Brian Gustafson – Sports Staff On a cool day and on a very … Continue reading Men’s cross country squad claims district title; qualifies for nationals – Throwback

Strickland paints of his changing life in “Liminality”

Dr. Christopher Strickland is known by students throughout the Hastings College campus as a first-year seminar professor, as well as a professor within the Arts Department, but recently he has been recognized for a different passion of his. Entitled “Liminality: Reflections of a Changing Life,” Stickland’s very own gallery show of abstract watercolor paintings is on display in the Jackson Dinsdale Art Center and open … Continue reading Strickland paints of his changing life in “Liminality”

Invited Faculty lecture upholds Molifua’s rescheduled presentation

Last week on Oct. 28, Casey Molifua, instructor of physical education and human performance, gave his Invited Faculty Lecture titled “You vs. You: If You Want to Influence the World Influence Yourself First” at the Lynn Farrell Arena. Each year, students help select two faculty members to give a public lecture on a topic of their choice. This tradition began in 1985 and it is … Continue reading Invited Faculty lecture upholds Molifua’s rescheduled presentation

Senate with $46,746 for November

The Hastings College Student Association (SA) held their regularly scheduled bi-weekly budget request meeting on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. in Wilson Auditorium. Two student groups requested a total of $1,449.82 of the available $48,196 left in the SA unallocated fund. After approval of the last meeting’s minutes and discussion of progress reports on SA committees, Senate moved to open new business and approve funding … Continue reading Senate with $46,746 for November

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Gilbert’s talent and leadership inspires her team, hopes for nationals

As unpredictable as the game of soccer can be, Hastings College’s Jacqueline “Jackie” Gilbert, a junior forward from Chandler, Arizona, has been as consistent as they come this season. Consider these stats: In the Broncos’ eight wins, four of them have been decided by one goal. Gilbert, who has five game-winning goals on the season, has scored the game-winning goal in all four of those … Continue reading Gilbert’s talent and leadership inspires her team, hopes for nationals

HC announces Cooperative Academic Program with UNO, UNMC

Starting with the spring 2021 semester, Hastings College students will now be able to register for classes offered by the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) and the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) as part of a new Cooperative Academic Program (CAP) which is currently in a pilot stage. “It is our priority to further enhance our strong academic offerings by allowing our students to … Continue reading HC announces Cooperative Academic Program with UNO, UNMC

Faculty Art Show: Professors create as well as teach – Throwback

Chase Rath – Collegian Reporter On Nov. 5, 1992, Staff Writer Paige Newman wrote about the diversity of the art pieces being displayed in the art gallery, as well as the lectures from faculty that were to take place in the evening alongside with the art show. This show gave faculty at HC the chance to express their talents in art, as well as teaching … Continue reading Faculty Art Show: Professors create as well as teach – Throwback

Cru facilitates gift donations with Operation Christmas Child

Each year in November, Cru, one of the on-campus ministries, helps run Operation Christmas Child. Operation Christmas Child is a program dedicated to giving gifts to children in need. From Nov. 2 to Nov. 11, members of Cru work a table in HSU during lunch time in order to gather donations and volunteers for Operation Christmas Child.  The project is run by Samaritan’s Purse, which … Continue reading Cru facilitates gift donations with Operation Christmas Child