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Economists Expect US Economy to Improve in Summer Months

BY SAM BENNETT The United States economy has shown steady improvement in multiple facets in recent months, and further improvement is expected during the summer. With an unusually cold winter slowing consumers’ spending habits, the economy slowed down. But the economy looks to be heating up with the weather. Businesses have been steadily adding new […]

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Coach Clements Striding Toward Fall Soccer Season at HC

BY COLTON SPEARMAN In the summer of 2012, the HC women’s soccer team named Mark Hiemenz the new head coach of the program after five-year Head Coach Ted Flogaites accepted a coaching job at NCAA D1 Western Illinois. Now, Hiemenz has accepted an assistant coaching job at the University of Wyoming, and the Broncos are […]


60 minutes of service

  As finals, graduation and summer draw near, it’s only natural to fixate on what the future will look like.  As counterproductive as it might sound, I’d like to offer a solution to the stress: 60 minutes of service per week. Rejection from a prospective landlord, grad school or job can really hurt. But if […]

Fuddy Meers to Premiere at Scott Studio Theater May 1

Fuddy Meers to Premiere at Scott Studio Theater May 1

BY GREG PUCKETT PHOTOS BY BRIANNA TUREK VIDEO BY GREG PUCKETT The HC Theatre Department will soon put on their spring play titled “Fuddy Meers.” It appears that the show will be every bit as entertaining as the rest of the productions put on by the department this school year. The comedy follows the story […]

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Alex Eisele and Theresa Droege Win Hastings College Student Association Presidency

Alex Eisele and Theresa Droege Win Hastings College Student Association Presidency

BY NICK STRICKLAND Alex Eisele and Theresa Droege are the Student Association President and Vice President for the 2014-15 school year. According to Colt Kraus, director of student life and leadership, 511 of 978 eligible voters cast ballots, the highest voter turnout in Hastings College history. Eisele, a junior computer science major, and Droege, a […]


Sam Abell and Leah Bendavid-Val of National Geographic Scheduled to Speak and Conduct a Workshop at Hastings College

BY HC MEDIA STAFF National Geographic photographer Sam Abell and National Geographic books director Leah Bendavid-Val will speak at Hastings College in the French Memorial Chapel at 7:30 p.m. on April 11. The lecture is free and open to the public. “Mr. Abell is one of the legendary National Geographic photographers, and his numerous collaborations […]

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Erlenbusch Continues to Dominate the Mound

BY DAN MILLER PHOTOGRAPHY BY ALLYSON PELCHAT With a 1-0 Bronco lead in the bottom of the seventh inning, Palmer Bosanko steps up to the plate for the Concordia Bulldogs to hit a double RBI home run off of Bronco Taylor Erlenbusch’s pitch to win the game. This occurred on Tuesday night during a doubleheader […]

Jamie Van Kirk drives to the basket in the national quarterfinals against Davenport (Mich.) in Sioux City, Iowa on March 15. Van Kirk led the Broncos that game with 23 points and 4 rebounds. Hastings ended the season against Davenport and a 28-6 record.

Glimpses of the past: Women’s basketball excels in 14th national championship appearance

The HC women’s basketball team showed shades of their storied past over the course of this season, making their deepest run into the National Championship since 2009 when the Broncos lost in the title game. Hastings College had their successful season cut short in the quarterfinals of the National Championship when they fell to Davenport […]

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