News & Events

LONNIE KRUSE ONE VICTORY SHY OF REACHING 600 WIN MILESTONE AT STERLING COLLEGE

Release Date: 
January 23, 2009

Sterling College women’s basketball coach, Lonnie Kruse, is just one win shy of reaching the 600 victory mark at his alma mater.
Kruse, in his 28th year at Sterling, has led the Lady Warriors to a 16-3 start this season and a current #7 national ranking in NAIA Division II.

SC Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Release Date: 
January 21, 2009

Though students didn't have the day off, Sterling students took time to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 19, 2009 through a memorial service.

Students Engage in Enacted Prayer

Release Date: 
January 19, 2009

The worship at the Sterling College chapel on December 10, 2008, didn’t involve singing or Scripture reading or a planned performance. It didn’t even involve words. Instead, the Enacted Prayer team at Sterling shared their ministry with the rest of the student body, presenting prayer in a new and unique way.

Sterling College Education Students Read Self-Authored/Illustrated Books to Elementary Students

Release Date: 
January 19, 2009

On December 10th and 12th , 2008, kindergarten students at Sterling Academy, a public charter school located on the Sterling College campus, listened to stories about an alligator that learns sportsmanship, a little girl who is inspired by art to discover her creativity, a boy who wins a trip to Brazil and begins to respect the geography and culture of other countries, and a sister and brother who help the local baker frost a lemon cake and learn about his homeland Italy while they work.

First Sterling College Faculty Lunchtime Worldview Discussion Led by Professor Tom Bronleewe

Release Date: 
January 5, 2009

Nearly twenty members of the Sterling College faculty met in late November for the first monthly Faculty Lunchtime Worldview Discussion. Tom Bronleewe, professor in the Theology and Ministry Department, presented on the topic of worldviews in the American culture.