The Sterling College Debate team recently returned from a multi-state tour of national tournaments. This marks the most successful debate season in Sterling’s school history with a 9th place finish in overall team sweepstakes at the National Parliamentary Debate Tournament, held in Colorado Springs, Colo., from March 16 through March 20 at The Colorado College.
Sterling College seniors Anita Bunney of Phoenix, Ariz., and Kelly Valentine of Sterling, Kan., will have their Senior Art Exhibition on display at the Art and Design Center from April 1-16. The reception in their honor will be held on Friday, April 8 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. in the Art and Design Center gallery.
Run, walk, roll, jog, pedal, scoot, skip and scurry - but don't drive! Put your car in park and leave it in the driveway, because April 9 is going to be a beautiful day. Bring your friends and family down to Sterling College's Gleason Center for the Curry Scurry, a one-mile, 5k, or 10k run/walk event, hosted by the SC India mission team. Be at the Gleason Center on April 9 at 9:15 a.m. to check in.
The Sterling Chorale will perform the last concert of its annual spring tour this Sunday at 3 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Sterling. This is the same concert the Chorale took on a tour during Sterling’s spring break. There is no admission charge for the event.
Continuing their record setting season, the Sterling College Debate team successfully hosted the State Collegiate Championship Tournament on February 18-19, and captured yet another state title. This marks the fourth consecutive year that the Sterling Debate team has captured
David Harmon, associate professor of art at Sterling College, gave a lecture at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., February 17-18. Harmon addressed several cadets who are taking studio art courses in addition to teaching faculty at the academy. Prior to
"Tartuffe" a classic and well-loved French comedy is being performed by the Sterling College theatre department on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 3, 4 and 5 in Culbertson Auditorium on the Sterling College campus.
Finding the time to deeply explore topics of study outside the walls of the classroom can prove to be challenging for many college students. For Sterling College senior Leonore Enfield, passion provided an opportunity for further exploration in
Apart from the typical general education courses offered during the Interterm session, three Sterling College students had the rare opportunity to take part in a course that literally gave them a chance to live their dreams. The course, "Music Technology," was taught by Professor of Biblical Studies Rev. Dr. Craig Smith, and it provided the students a chance to go to Nashville, Tenn. from January 9-16 to explore the role of the arts in worship and to gain exposure to songwriting and producing.