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Neurologist reaches out with telemedicine

For many small town and rural inhabitants, having a specialist at their disposal is typically not possible. Dr. Allen Gee ’88, a psychobiology major from small town Nebraska, is bridging that gap…

Lee aims to teach values everyday

Principal. Coach. Role model. Mentor. Thomas “Tommy” Lee ’87 fills each of these roles at Omaha Northwest High School, where he is serving his first year as principal and coach. Omaha Northwest…

Vyhlidal: ‘Find the thing you love’

There’s an old couch in the office of Jeff Vyhlidal ’08, but he can’t remember the last time he himself sat down on the well-worn cushions. “It’s almost always filled with students,”…

Anderson moves from student to employer

Heartland Bank Regional President Jeremy Anderson ’04 is finding the importance of hiring Hastings College students and alumni. “As an alumnus that has seen a large benefit in my career and life from my experience at…

Heart Heros: Up, Up and Away!

From the Fall/Winter 2013 edition of HC Today. Even the smallest superheroes can make a difference in the lives of many. They may not leap tall buildings or move faster than a…

Pacha Soap: Raising the Bar

From the fall/winter edition of HC Today. In June 2013, the Pacha Soap crew traveled to Peru to distribute 1,200 bars of soap and provide hand-washing education to the children of several…

Queen ’98 named 2013 Outstanding Young Alumna

As a student of Hastings College, 2013 Outstanding Young Alumna Paula Queen ’98 gained the skills and preparedness needed to create a career path guided by her own passions and life experiences.…

The Senase Project

From the fall/winter 2013 edition of HC Today. Grant Nagaki ’13 co-founded The Senase Project after a college trip to Ghana and what he and others witnessed in the rural farming villages…
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