The Chicago Tribune called jazz artist Kathy Kosins, “One of the most alluring voices in Jazz,” the International Association of Jazz Educators ranked her in the top six performers of 2005, and Chris DiGirolamo of “Inside Connection,” wrote of her, “If Jazz had four seasons, Kathy Kosins would be spring.”
And on March 29-30 she will be at Sterling College.
If you can't make it to Sioux City, IA this week to see the Sterling College Lady Warrior basketball team play here are some great ways to follow the team from the seat of your own dorm room, home or office.
Sterling will open the up against Huntington College (IN) on Thursday at 12:00 p.m., at the Tyson Events Center Gateway Arena.
Ask Sterling College alumni Megan Baker ‘06 and Jean Bosch ’09 if they have finished learning about their profession, and the answer from both would be an emphatic “no!” The two theatre majors are pursuing Masters of Arts degrees—Baker at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in Theatre History and Dramaturgy and Bosch at the University of Kansas in Theatre—and they plan to pursue further degrees following the completion of their current programs.
On February 27 visitors at Metropolitan Coffee in Hutchinson sipped beverages, enjoyed live music, and supported the Sterling College mission trip to Asia with every purchase and tip they made. It was all part of an arrangement Metro Coffee owners Jim and Myra Kitson had made with mission team member Tillie Wilbeck: if the SC students provided the music for the evening, a portion of the proceeds and all the tips would be given toward the trip.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa - (Box Score) Sterling (Kan.) overcame a minimal 33 field-goal percentage to edge Huntington (Ind.) 61-52 in first-round action Thursday at the 19th Annual State Farm-NAIA Division II Women's Basketball National Championship at the Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa - (Box Score) Northwestern (Iowa) cruised past Sterling (Kan.) 92-50 to punch a ticket into the quarterfinals Friday at the19th Annual State Farm-NAIA Division II Women's Basketball National Championship at the Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena.
The Red Raiders, now 28-6 on the season, advance to the quarterfinals for the third straight year and will square off against Iowa Wesleyan Saturday at 3 p.m. Sterling's 14th national championship appearance ends in the second round and the Warriors exit at 27-5.
David Jeal used to support the Bristol Rovers, his favorite English professional football (soccer) team, with his fists; now he supports them with prayer as their official chaplain. At 10 a.m. on March 24, this British hooligan-turned-pastor will share his story at Sterling College's chapel, held in Culbertson Auditorium. The public is invited to attend free of charge.
Sterling College will be offering classes in pottery, real estate, servant leadership and writing through its spring 2010 Outreach Education program. The classes meet once a week and will begin the week of March 30 and run through the week of May 4.
The Sweet and Sour 5K Run on April 17 may not get its participants any closer to the Great Wall, but it will help Sterling College’s China team get there. Proceeds from the race will go to support the China team’s trip to Beijing from May 24 to June 7.