2021 HCLS Symposium lectures offered perspectives on fighting climate change

The 2021 Hastings College Lecture Series (HCLS) Student Symposium on Nov. 3 was a day full of lectures by six accomplished speakers as well as a keynote panel of faculty. The theme this year was Climate Change, and the speakers discussed their experiences with combating climate change, as well as finding passion and motivation to solve issues. Additionally, there was a sustainability fair in HSU where … Continue reading 2021 HCLS Symposium lectures offered perspectives on fighting climate change

HC women’s soccer holds third seed

On the evening of Saturday, October 30th, the Hastings College Women’s Soccer team won 4-3 against Dordt University. Finishing off their GPAC conference regular season with eight wins, three losses, and a tie, the Lady Broncos held onto the third seed for the upcoming conference tournament, just edging out Midland. Before the game, the coaching staff and the rest of the team celebrated the graduating … Continue reading HC women’s soccer holds third seed

Letter from the editor: HC Collegian still here, still publishing online

Note: intended for release on September 17, 2021 but was missed during publication While everyone and every area and every country was, and continues to be, affected by the coronavirus pandemic in a myriad of ways, many educational institutions are resuming operations with heavy emphasis on in-person attendance. Without context, Block 1 and Block 2 have, so far, been mundane. The fact that Hastings College … Continue reading Letter from the editor: HC Collegian still here, still publishing online

Homecoming events

Homecoming 2021 started spirit week traditions on Sunday the 12th with the Chalk Walk, and will end on Saturday the 18th after the parade and the homecoming football game. Students Activities Coordinator Alyssa Roush, new to HC, was in charge of planning the homecoming activities, and has enjoyed her homecoming here at Hastings so far.  “I worked at Shepherd University in West Virginia, where I … Continue reading Homecoming events

Roush strives for inclusion as new SAC

As Hastings College rebounds from and lifts pandemic restrictions, a key part of returning to the usual college schedule and atmosphere lies in the student activities. As of this Fall semester, HC has welcomed Alyssa Roush as the new Student Activities Coordinator (SAC). As SAC, Roush is invested in engaging students of all levels, backgrounds and identities. Also with a bachelor’s degree in biology, Roush … Continue reading Roush strives for inclusion as new SAC

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

Tobacco age law changes

As of Dec. 20, 2019, federal law has been changed to prohibit sales of tobacco products (including cigarettes, vape products, electronic cigarettes, and chew) to anyone under the age of 21.  Previously, the federal minimum legal sale age (MLSA) was 18. According to Time USA, 20 states have complied with the changes to the law.  As this is a federal law, individual states are still … Continue reading Tobacco age law changes