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Art Show Displays Talent of Faculty | October 11, 2011

Time is running out to see the Faculty Art Show at Sterling College. Showcasing the works of three professors in painting, drawing, and digital illustration, the exhibit has over 25 pieces of art. The exhibit is displayed in the Sterling College Art Building at the corner of West Washington and North 8th Street, one block south of the Gleason Athletic Complex. The work will be on display until October 21, and the gallery is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Professor’s Book at World's Largest Book Fair | October 11, 2011

The world’s largest trade book fair takes place this week in Frankfurt, Germany, and this year, Sterling College has taken notice. Professor of Theology and Ministry Rev. Dr. Hank Lederle, has a book on display at the Word & Spirit Press booth. Lederle’s book, “Theology with Spirit”, has been chosen by the publisher to be sold at the fair.

Sterling College Homecoming Celebration Begins Thursday | October 10, 2011

Sterling College begins its homecoming celebration Thursday with the musical, Children of Eden, opening at 8:00 p.m. in Culbertson Auditorium. In addition to the musical, there are plenty of activities for the community to get involved in and enjoy the festivities. 

Sterling College Named NAIA Five Star Champions of Character Institution | October 7, 2011

Kansas City, Mo. - Sterling College has been named a Five Star Champions of Character Institution by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) for the 2010-2011 school year. A Five Star Champions of Character Institution shows commitment in athletics to the five key areas of character training, conduct in competition, academic focus, character recognition, and character promotion. These five areas measure the Institutions commitment to the Champions of Character core values of integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, and servant leadership.

Students Gearing Up for Homecoming Musical at Sterling College | October 6, 2011

Sterling College’s homecoming musical, Children of Eden, will take place in Culbertson Auditorium, October 13-15, at 8:00 p.m. on the Sterling College campus. This musical is noteworthy as it is the last musical production by the Gordon Kling and Diane De Franco-Kling as they are retiring at the end of the academic year.

Sterling College Bookstore to Honor Students for Volunteerism | October 6, 2011

The Sterling College Bookstore is going join over 500 nationwide college bookstores to participate in National Student Day, October 6, to celebrate and promote social responsibility and volunteerism by college students. 

Noel-Levitz Survey Completed by Sterling College Students | October 6, 2011

As a way to evaluate its strengths and weaknesses as an institution, Sterling College invited students to part-take in the Noel-Levitz Student Satisfaction Survey last semester. The results are in and Sterling College has seen progress in both increasing our areas of strength as well as areas of concern from the last time the survey was distributed.

Sterling College Debate Team Dominates Competition | October 3, 2011

The Sterling College Debate Team won the Debates on a Plain Invitational Tournament for the 4th consecutive year. The team captured 1st place overall, with more than a 60 point advantage over the 2nd place team, Cameron University. Sterling College advanced four out of their five doubles teams to the elimination rounds, amassing an overall record of 22-10. Team members also competed in the forensics portion, or individual events, of the tournament with Jessica Brayton capturing 2nd in Extemporaneous Speaking.

Beechan Recognized for 25 Years of Service at Sterling College | October 3, 2011

Dr. Curt Beechan, professor of chemistry, was recently recognized for 25 years of service at Sterling College at the annual Kick-Off Banquet.

Years of Service Recognized at Sterling College | September 29, 2011

Five employees were recognized for reaching milestones in their careers at Sterling College. Gladys Ritterhouse and Nancy Hicks have worked at the college for 10 years, Janet Caywood and Deb Wiebe for 15 years, and Margaret Calderwood for 20 years.