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Bateman Receives Doctor of Arts Degree | January 11, 2012

Laura Bateman, assistant professor of music at Sterling College, received her Doctor of Arts degree in voice performance from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colo. on December 9, 2011. She also received the Dean’s Citation of Excellence for her outstanding academic achievement and active participation in the program.

Wichita Pastor to Deliver MLK Convocation | January 11, 2012

Rev. Terrell Davis of Wichita, Kan., will be speaking at Sterling College in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. He will elaborate on Dr. King’s speech, “The Drum Major Instinct,” which emphasizes that one must fight the natural instinct to become selfish and learn to be a servant leader. The public is invited to join Sterling College on January 16, at 1:00 p.m. in Culbertson Auditorium to hear Pastor Davis speak and celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Stutzman Breaks All-Time Career Three-Point Record | January 7, 2012

STERLING, Kan. – Sterling College’s Trenton Stutzman (6-0 SR Guard) broke the Warriors’ all-time career three-point record of 252 made three-point baskets on Saturday night. With his first three-point basket of the game, Stutzman passed Michael Moncrief (2000-2004) and moved into first place on the all-time career list. Stutzman ended the night with four three-point baskets in the 71-76 Warrior loss to the Bethany College Swedes, and now has a career total of 256 made three-point baskets.

Cooper's New Sword in the Stone | January 4, 2012

On December 24, around 7:00 a.m., a mysterious rock with a protruding sword was delivered to Sterling College. The secret gift was left in front of Cooper Hall and has baffled the administration at Sterling College, sending personnel to their phones and email asking alumni and friends for information.

Boardman Published in International Journal | January 4, 2012

Assistant Professor Doug Boardman was recognized for his research and writing on the Pancho Villa raid that occurred in 1916 by having an article published in the International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences (IJHSS).

Professor to Assist in Pennsylvania Music Conference | December 21, 2011

Dr. Brad Nix, associate professor of music at Sterling College, has been asked by Shawnee Press to serve as a clinician at their annual Music in the Mountains Conference in August 2012.

Students Finish Third in Kansas Athletic Training Quiz Bowl Competition | December 15, 2011

Nine students and three faculty from the Sterling College Athletic Training Education Program attended the Kansas Athletic Trainer’s Society state meeting on November 6 at Kansas State University and won third place in the Kansas Athletic Training Quiz Bowl Competition.

Professor Participates in State-Wide Forum | December 15, 2011

Dr. T. H. Kwa, professor of business at Sterling College, was sponsored by the city of Sterling’s E-Community Business Group to attend the Rural Opportunities Conference in Salina, Kan., where he received a round of applause for his comments after Governor Brownback’s presentation.

Randy Henry Recognized for Service | December 7, 2011

Randy Henry of Sterling, Kan., was recognized at the SC men’s basketball game on Saturday for his 30 years of service as an adjunct professor.

Silent Auction for Missions Trips | December 2, 2011

The India and Philippines missions trip teams will be hosting a silent auction downtown at Broadway Market on Monday, December 5 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. Melissa Virts, leader of Team India, said, “We will be selling a little bit of everything. We have crafts, ornaments, crochet and knit items, homemade canned goods, and a refurbished bicycle.”

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