This experience made me realize I take a lot for granted. It has made me more thankful for what I have in my life," said Tori Swenson of Yoder, Kan.
"My perspectives of the poor changed, and I realized it is the little things that really help," said Vance Stegman of Lyons, Kan.
"Psychology tastes so good!" This was the reaction of the Sterling Academy students after they acted as guinea pigs for Sterling College's general psychology class. Why did they respond that way? The College students gave them treats and candy to thank them for being such willing test subjects.
Sterling College senior Megan Derowitsch of Belleville, Kan., has her senior exhibition displayed in the Art and Design Center from now through December 10. The exhibition is free and open to the public and features pottery, photography, paintings, etc. The Art and Design Center is located on the corner of 8th and Washington Streets in Sterling. The Art Center is open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
"It was inspiring to know there are organizations and people who are doing things-so often the news is only negative," said Jaclyn Coxwell, a senior at Sterling College, after meeting with representatives from World Vision, a Christian organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. It is one of the largest relief organizations in the world.