News

Sterling College hires new manager of alumni and marketing | September 16, 2014

A local alumna of Sterling College joined their Office of Institutional Advancement and External Relations this month. Teryn (Frizell) ’12 Irvin began her role as manager of alumni and marketing on Sept. 2. This newly created role on campus serves both the Office of Institutional Advancement and the Office of Marketing and Communications, striving to build a stronger connection between these two important functions of the College.

New employees join Sterling College | September 15, 2014

The Office of Admissions and Sterling College Online both have new staff this month. Kaylee Beutler ’14 joined admissions in late August as the visit experience coordinator, and Will Lewis joined SCO as an admissions counselor.

Beutler will plan and execute campus visit events, such as Preview Weekends, and assist Mackenzie McGuire ’14 in planning personal campus visits. She will also work with Carrie McGlynn, admissions counselor, in recruiting science-oriented students.

Ken Blanchard to speak at Sterling College on Sept. 17 | September 12, 2014

The inaugural Ross and Fern Freeman Lecture Series speaker, Ken Blanchard, will appear on Wednesday, Sept. 17, at 10 a.m. in Culbertson Auditorium on the campus of Sterling College. Focusing on servant leadership, Blanchard will address students, employees and guests of the College. Limited seating is available to the public; to RSVP, contact Luke Cureton, director of development for annual programs, at 620-278-4219 by Monday, September 15.

Concert pianist to perform on Sept. 15 at Sterling UPC | September 12, 2014

Sam Rotman, Christian concert pianist, will perform a free concert on Monday, Sept. 15, at 7 p.m. at Sterling United Presbyterian Church. Rotman will be in town on Monday to lecture students in the music department at Sterling College and has offered to perform a concert followed by his testimony that evening. The public is invited to attend.

Sterling College named to U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges list | September 10, 2014

U.S. News & World Report released their Best Colleges rankings on Tuesday, Sept. 9. Included for the second year in a row, Sterling College found themselves named at 67 on the Best Regional College – Midwest list.

Warrior Fans Notice Upgrades to Smisor Stadium | September 8, 2014

Fans at Warrior Fest noticed several upgrades to the Warrior athletic facilities over the summer, most notably to Smisor Stadium. The moment they entered the field from the south entrance, they noticed the new state-of-the-art scoreboard on the south side of the football field. The new scoreboard features an LED display and a video screen for graphics and announcements, allowing fans to see information and statistics during athletic events.

Sterling College’s Best in the Midwest hat trick | September 4, 2014

Each fall, colleges and universities across the country anxiously await The Princeton Review’s list of Best Colleges. Successfully completing their hat trick, Sterling College was named to the Best Regional Colleges – Midwestern list for 2015.

Professor Emeritus Dr. Craig Gannon Passed Away | September 3, 2014

Professor Emeritus of British Literature Dr. Craig Arlen Gannon, 75, of McPherson, Kan., passed away on Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014 in Wichita, Kan. Gannon taught British literature and the honors section of freshman composition for many years. He and his wife, Judi, also took students to England for a Literary London course where students visited historical landmarks such as Shakespeare’s birthplace, C.S. Lewis’ writing desk and Jane Austen’s home.

SC professor co-authors book on debate | September 2, 2014

Director of the nationally ranked Sterling College debate and forensics team, Ken Troyer, has co-authored a book with two of his fellow debate directors. The Sterling College assistant professor’s textbook, “Argumentation and Debate: A Strategic Perspective,” is published through Linus Publications and is now being used for fall communication classes at a handful of colleges and universities.