Officials investigating campus bomb threats

This week in history on May 6th, 1993, Editor-in-Chief Brian Rosenthal wrote about the suspenseful event of bomb threats being made to the Hastings College Community. After the careful investigation behind the threats that were made, questions still remained, as to who would plot such a devastating plan upon the Hastings College campus.   The Hastings Police Department is investigating two bomb threats and a break-in … Continue reading Officials investigating campus bomb threats

Liz Lee directs “You Love Me,…Don’t You?” for senior theatre capstone

The second theater capstone, “You Do Love Me,… Don’t You?” directed by senior Liz Lee, premiers this weekend via Zoom on April 23 and 24 at 7:00 p.m on both days. The production is by playwright Claire Demmer, and stands out from other theater shows at HC as a comedic horror thriller.  “I decided to do this play because I wanted to support lesser-known playwrights, … Continue reading Liz Lee directs “You Love Me,…Don’t You?” for senior theatre capstone

Online classes will have merit beyond the end of quarantine and lockdown measures

At the beginning of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the attendance policy was changed to allow virtual or in-person attendance according to safety needs. This was mainly set up to allow students in quarantine to be able to participate in class, and it also opened the door for students who may have been feeling ill in general, or who wanted to quarantine before … Continue reading Online classes will have merit beyond the end of quarantine and lockdown measures

“Outlook offers little promise: Summer Job market may be tight”

Collegian Reporter On April 23rd, 1981, Staff Writer Melissa Moore wrote about the difficulties that were being faced in order for students to find adequate job opportunities. From many points of view, it was determined that the primary cause of lower job hirings was blamed on the economy.  Melissa Moore Staff Writer Students who are unable to find summer employment may be able to blame … Continue reading “Outlook offers little promise: Summer Job market may be tight”

Wanderlust trips return during pandemic to give students safe local travel opportunities

At Hastings, all students are given the opportunity to participate in international or domestic exploratory travel courses. As students may need more access or inspiration to travel locally, Wanderlust is an activity for anyone interested in fun trips closer to campus.  Sponsored by the office of student engagement, Wanderlust is a day trip program offered to students at various times throughout the school year. To … Continue reading Wanderlust trips return during pandemic to give students safe local travel opportunities

This Week in History

This week in history on April 9th, 1981, Staff Writer Sue Marshall wrote about the importance of the Student Association election and the impact that it has had on the Hastings College community. Recently elected S.A. president Dee Black and vice-president Gregg Plock told their perspective on the challenging election that took place, as well as the impact that their campaign had on the campus … Continue reading This Week in History

Senior art thesis exhibitions explore philosophy and process

The first 2021 senior art exhibition, “Blueprint,” is open now until April 23 in the Jackson Dinsdale Art Center (JDAC) and features work by four Hastings College seniors. The artists will give a lecture on their work Sunday, April 11 at 11:00 a.m. in the Wilson Center with a gallery reception to follow in the JDAC. This senior showcase includes paintings created by art major … Continue reading Senior art thesis exhibitions explore philosophy and process

2021 SA elections utilize online media

As of this week, voting has opened to decide this year’s Student Association (SA) Executive Cabinet. Voting is open until April 11, and if needed a second vote will start on April 15, both via Google Forms.  Both sets of candidates have unique visions for what HC can do to make students feel engaged and included, and have a range of prior experience.  2020-2021 SA … Continue reading 2021 SA elections utilize online media

#Throwback Thursday – Draft controversy continues

This Week in History on Feb. 19, 1981, Staff Writer LuAnn Larson wrote on the then-ongoing debate of allowing women the right to register for the Selective Service, as well as the course of action taken by former president Jimmy Carter. She also talked about the influence and push that the registration process was receiving from the president’s administration and the general public.  Former President … Continue reading #Throwback Thursday – Draft controversy continues

SEAC, a Hastings College group raises awareness and makes tremendous impact on the campus community

This year, the Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) has been making a big impact on the Hastings College campus community by spreading environmental awareness through various activities and projects. SEAC, affected by decreased group membership and projects over the 2019-2020 school year, is trying to revitalize its significance and role on campus with these initiatives. “SEAC is here to remind the HC community of the … Continue reading SEAC, a Hastings College group raises awareness and makes tremendous impact on the campus community