Fans of classy drinks, a relaxed atmosphere and smooth live music should visit Hastings’ Winestyles. Located on Second Street next to Jimmy John’s, this chic liquor store is one of 65 nation-wide franchises; this one, though, has its own little twist. [Read more...]
The Hastings College Forensics team has been busy as of late, including an Academic Showcase date and two national tournaments. [Read more...]
A look at the recent renovations to the Hazelrigg Student Union and Bronco Bookstore. Reported by HC Media’s Nick Strickland.
A look at the HC Media Staff’s return from Sioux City, the new Hastings College President Don Jackson, and a Spring sports review. Also: Live interview with Hastings College Wrestling Coach
With: McKenzie Wedel, Ellie Clinch, Allen Hamil, Maggie Meisinger, and Lauren Sawyer
New management changes at the Bronco Bookstore have led to an increased focus on the customer experience, including the use of music in-store, connecting with customers over social media, an upcoming paint job and selling at athletic events. Nikki Heywood, head cheerleading coach, said she wants to be proactive in reaching new customers. HC Media’s Nick Strickland reports.
Lewis Carroll’s 1865 classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was once banned in provinces in China for its portrayal of animals on the same intellectual level as humans. The Diary of Anne Frank, published in 1947, is banned in Lebanon for favorable portrayal of Jews. Beginning Sunday, Hastings College recognizes a week dedicated to anti-censorship in literature.
The 1990s was a decade of dominance by several teams at Hastings College. The Bronco baseball team finished the decade with six conference titles after a 15-year absence from the diamond. The Lady Bronco volleyball team put together several nationally ranked teams and won several league titles of their own. The Bronco football team saw three new head coaches over the decade, and still tallied seven trips to the NAIA national playoffs, never finished worse than second in the conference. I sat down with three coaches of the respective teams—Patty Sitorius, former women’s volleyball coach, Jim Boeve, current head baseball coach, and Pat McCauley, associate football coach—to piece together the puzzles of the three Hastings College sports during some of their most successful times.