On Tuesday night, Euna Lee, a South Korean-born American video journalist for Current TV, headlined one of three different Women’s History Month events that will run on campus though March. [Read more...]
A $500 painting called “Spondylus” by Turner McGehee, professor of art and chair of the department, is missing from the Hastings College art gallery. The painting’s absence was noticed around 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 17 by an on-duty gallery guard. Both McGehee and campus security believe the piece was stolen. [Read more...]
I am humbled and honored to serve the HC community as Editor-in-Chief for the Collegian this semester. With three issues into this semester, I feel very privileged to begin my first term with such a hardworking and talented staff. [Read more...]
One week into his position as the new president of Hastings College, Donald Jackson has already started to lay groundwork for solving some of the college’s largest concerns. Jackson’s first priority is to deal with declining enrollment numbers over the past two years and a considerable amount of campus building projects.. [Read more...]
At Morningside, Schmutte played a critical role in overseeing all Mustangs athletics transition into NAIA competition in 2002. He was also honored with the 2007-08 Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Athletic Director of the Year award.
After losing some of its top athletes to graduation, the HC soccer program will enter this season with a more youthful look. Despite losing first team NAIA All-American seniors Nate Polak, Derek Prinz and Cody Poteat last year, the Broncos are setting their goals high, hoping to at least make it back into the national tournament, hosted this year in Montgomery, Ala. [Read more...]
Yesterday, Concordia University’s (Mich.) Kortni Elsworth earned national recognition on ESPN for an incredible three-quarter court shot right before halftime against Huntington University in the first round of the NAIA DII National Women’s Basketball Tournament. The video was shot by Hastings College broadcasting student Sam Gentry.
This December, the Broncos hired new head volleyball coach Matt Buttermore, in a bid to increase stability.
For the last five years, HC volleyball has been plagued with inconsistency at the head coaching position. In five years, the program has held six different head coaches.
“I don’t have any plans to go anywhere and I just proceed accordingly,” Buttermore said. “I think my actions will show that. You’re going to spend some time building trust and eventually in time that trust will come.” [Read more...]
On Jan. 17, the HC men’s soccer team took another monumental step in the progression to establishing themselves as one of NAIA’s most elite soccer programs.
Coming off the heels of a record breaking 39- game winning streak and going to two straight NAIA national titles, senior Nate Polak became the first ever player from the GPAC conference to be drafted by a Major League Soccer program. [Read more...]