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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,”…

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…

Memory Maker

Scott DeBoer ’89 has had incredible success since graduating from HC in physics and math. He continued his education at Iowa State University and graduated in 1992 with a masters in physics…

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…

Video by Hulbert captures humor, Best in Show

For Josh Hulbert, communicating through words is difficult. “I feel more comfortable just showing them via cinema,” said the sophomore advertising and public relations major from Aurora, Colorado. And his messages are…

Campaigning Young

Nick Musgrave, a junior from Parkersburg, West Virginia, double majoring in history and political science spent last fall on the campaign trail with Chuck Hassebrook, 2014 Nebraska Democratic candidate for Governor, as…

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…

Hull thrives as part of musical family

“I owe all my talents and musicality to the people that have surrounded me, pushed me to work hard, and guided me through all the struggles,” said Michael Hull, a senior from…

Mertens ready to take on the accounting world

Isaac Mertens has to worry about finals in this, his senior year at Hastings College. However, the accounting major doesn’t have to worry about finding a job. Before beginning this year, he…

Getting the job before the diploma

Johnson, Nebraska-native, Kayla Alberts is scheduled to graduate in May with a degree in economics and accounting. Unlike most college seniors about to finish their fall semester, she has already received and…
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