“I am humbled and honored to accept the stewardship of this noble institution which has meant so much to the lives of Nebraskans,” said Trotter, who has been in the position for one year. “Our challenge as I accept this mantle of leadership is to ensure that we continue not only to provide quality educational opportunities for the community but also that we live and instill within each other the values which have always been an integral component of Hastings College’s heritage.”
The new fraternity, Pi Rho, will join the already existing Greek organizations for Homecoming this year. Pi Rho was approved as a fraternity in April but didn’t start recruiting until the beginning of the school year with the rest of the Greek organizations. The goal of the fraternity is to teach leadership skills and create leaders from within the fraternity since most of the students who are involved in other activities.
The ninth annual Mr. and Ms. Bronco talent competition hosted by SAA took place Friday night. There were 16 contestants, eight females and eight males, from all different organizations across campus.