"Steel Magnolias," a well-loved contemporary drama filled with humor and emotion, is being performed by the Sterling College Theatre Department on Friday and Saturday, April 16 and 17, in Culberston Auditorium on the Sterling College campus.
From “Chicago” to “Oklahoma” along “Route 66” and then up “Sunset Boulevard,” “Life Is a Highway,” and geography is definitely a theme in the Sterling College Musical Theatre Cabaret, presented this Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in Upper Wilson Hall on the SC campus.
Sundays are not usually days of quiet rest for the Sterling College Forensics and Debate Team, and March 28 was no exception. Five members of the squad spent that Sunday at the 28th annual Novice National Tournament at Hutchinson Community College with the goal of creating some real noise about the Sterling program. They were successful; the five members finished the day with one national championship, six final round individual finishes and a second-place team finish.
Love Sterling? A group of Sterling College students want to answer that question with a “Yes!” that is supported by some hard work and time. These students, led by Academic Chaplain Anne Smith and Theology and Ministry Chair Dr. Craig Smith, have contacted the city, businesses and churches of Sterling to learn of specific needs they can meet on Saturday, May 1, with an event they have named Love Sterling.
Eighty artists entered nearly 200 pieces for consideration for the 36th annual Prairie Art Exhibition, what Juror Claudia True calls “a true cultural gem in central Kansas.” True chose 126 pieces, representing 61 artists, to be included in the exhibition. “Sterling should be proud to offer this quality and variety of art to its community,” said True.