The Sterling College mission trip to Ghana this summer will stretch the eight members of the team as they preach, witness and build relationships throughout the country. The team will have opportunities to speak in local churches, schools and even on the street, but team members will also serve in any other way they can.
When Ian Anderson moves into Sterling College's Kilbourn Hall later this summer, it may feel like a flashback. Anderson lived in Kilbourn when he was an SC student. This time, though, is very different. He is not a student; he is the assistant resident director. And he is not moving in alone; his wife and two sons will also become Kilbourn residents.
Sterling College's new Sports Information Director Hans Nickel has insider knowledge that will allow him to make an immediate impact. Nickel is a former Sterling College student and also has experience working for the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (Sterling is a member of the KCAC). Nickel will begin his duties at Sterling on July 6, serving as half-time sports information director and as an instructor of sports management.