Sterling College’s annual homecoming celebration will begin Thursday, October 13, with the homecoming musical Children of Eden starting at 8:00 p.m. Other festivities will include class reunions for the classes of ’56, ’61, ’71, ’81, ’91, ’01 and ’06, pancake breakfast, parade, Homecoming Hangout, campus tours, barbeque, crowning of homecoming royalty, football game against Bethel College, introductions into the Warrior Athletic Hall of Fame, and alumni banquet.
The Sterling College Department of Music will host its 2nd Annual Composer Festival on Monday, October 3, 2011. This year’s festival will feature guest artist Joseph Martin, who is well-known throughout the United States for his choral compositions. There will be three free events open to the public.
Sterling College hosted 16 area school districts along with two Sterling professors and 18 students for national assessment training for PE and Health educators. The health training took place on Wednesday, September 21, followed by the physical education training on Thursday.
On Friday, October 7, Sterling College will have Dale Levering, Sterling’s Associate Professor of Business and McVay Chair of Business, as its 2011 Oscar Schmidt Convocation speaker. The event will be held in Culbertson Auditorium on the Sterling College campus at 10:00 a.m. The event is open to the public. Unknown Object
Sterling College announces the launching of a new athletic department website through SIDHelp. The URL for the new website is www.scwarriors.com. This new website is designed specifically to function in a way to be more interactive for all Warrior sports fans.
More scholarships will soon be available to Sterling College students as the College announces that they are the recipient of a bequest giving scholarships to students attending Sterling College. The bequest in the amount of $210,000 comes from the estate of Ervin and Diana (Peters fs66) Gregory.
Sterling College is strategically updating its science equipment with the help of a $55,000 grant from an anonymous foundation. The grant will allow Sterling to diversify the science laboratory experiences available for students and help transform the learning style into a more hands on approach. The equipment purchased with this donation will enable students to have increased involvement in biology and physics classes.
Two alumni and long-time supporters of Sterling College, J. Lamar and Mildred Dunn have donated $1.3 million from their estate to the institution. The gift will be invested and generate annual earnings for 20 years. Following this time, Sterling’s trustees will decide how to use the unrestricted funds.
To access your Sterling College email, please visit webmail.sterling.edu. You will notice that your past emails are currently not in the new system, however, they will soon be transitioned once we make the appropriate adjustments with Microsoft Outlook.
The Sterling College Microsoft Exchange Server, which houses our email, has failed. Our IT Department is currently working on the problem. We will post updates as they become available. We apologize for the inconvenience.