Miranda Klugesherz presentation for the 2013 Academic Showcase was called, Holla At Your ‘Holmie’: A Socio-Communicative Analysis of the Pro-James Holmes Movement.
Senior Hannah Swanson builds an app for the 2013 Hastings College Academic Showcase for her senior project. The app is called HC AS and is available for all mobile iOS devices.
Academic Showcase is April 17th and will consist of 30 students presenting various topics exploring Batman’s identity to the benefits of the Food4Thought program in Hastings, NE.
Jordan Borrell is designing and building a robotic hand to test to see if it could be used as a practical prosthetic limb. Borrell will be presenting his findings and demonstrating this robotic hand at the 2013 Academic Showcase at Hastings College on April 17th, 2013.
Video by: Ross Struss/HC Media
By: Lauren Sawyer and Dan Miller
Students packed into the bleachers tonight for the final men’s basketball home game at Lynn Farrell arena. The HC Broncos took on the GPAC last place-ranked Concordia Bulldogs.
Students cheered in an array of sweater vests to support Coach Lance Creech in his final home game before retirement. Creech has coached 11 seasons at HC and was the GPAC Coach of the Year in 2010.
Wednesday night, the Hastings College women’s basketball team took on the Concordia University Bulldogs for the Broncos’ last regular season home game played at Lynn Farrell Arena. The bulldogs are ranked seventh nationally.
Both defenses took control early in the game forcing the offenders to shoot under 40 percent for both teams. Concordia caused the Broncos to turn the ball over 11 times while Concordia’s #52 Britney Birtell recorded the only block of the first half.
HC’s Brittney Wong led the scoreboard with 11 points, giving the Broncos their largest lead with four points with 11 minutes remaining in the first half.
Concordia shot 36 percent from the three-point line, which became the major deficit in the Bulldog’s ten-point lead that closed out the first half.
In the second half, Concordia didn’t let the Broncos get ahead again and expanded their lead up to 21 points with 7:43 left in the game.
The Broncos’ Laurel Zwiener exploded in the second half by scoring 22 points and finishing by leading all scores with 28 points overall.
Concordias’ defense became the deciding factor in Wednesday night’s competition. The Bulldogs forced 20 turnovers and recorded twice as many blocks (2) and steals (10) as the Broncos.
With this 73 to 61 loss, Concordia ended the Broncos’ two-game wining streak. The Lady Broncos will play their last regular season game at Morningside College on Saturday night at 6 p.m.
Senior seminar projects, the top ten plays of the fall semester, and a look at the Christmas events on campus.
Table Talk is a series done by the News Bureau class at Hastings College. Each student produces a public affairs program about their area of interest.
Global Summit, Bronco Volleyball, an in-depth look at the Forensics team, and more!
Hastings College women’s soccer team beat Dakota Wesleyan University 6-0 in the quarterfinal game in GPAC Conference play on Tuesday night at Hastings College’s Lloyd Wilson Field. Hastings College extended their undefeated streak in the conference with the record of 10-0 and Dakota Wesleyan’s season ended with a record of 2-8 in conference.