Fletcher ‘98, recognizes struggles students face

When students walk into the Charles L. Stone Health Center, they will be greeted by Hastings College’s new nurse, Shelley Fletcher, R.N., ‘98. Prior to being at HC, Fletcher had been a nurse working in acute medical care, specifically intensive care units. As a student at HC, the English major and studio art minor also played soccer in a brand new program and battled a … Continue reading Fletcher ‘98, recognizes struggles students face

Stogdill balances student and athlete

“Student-athlete” is a phrase that gets talked about a lot throughout high school and college. When prospective students are deciding where to go to college, they have to look at what college fits them both academically and athletically. For Senior Alex Stogdill, he has been able to balance both being a student and an athlete.  “Time management and prioritizing how you use your time is … Continue reading Stogdill balances student and athlete

C.A.R.E. brings spoken-word poet to encourage consent

Spoken-word poet Kyle Tran Myhre, better known by his stage name as “Guante,” gave a performance and lecture over building a lasting culture of consent. The speaker was hosted by College Acquaintance Rape Eductors (C.A.R.E.) and sponsored by the Hastings College Lecture Series in conjunction with Sexual Assault Awareness Week. The event took place April 23 in Hazelrigg Student Union A & B at 6 … Continue reading C.A.R.E. brings spoken-word poet to encourage consent