Governor Sam Brownback declared September 16-22, 2013, to be Kansas Private College Week, celebrating the valuable work of Kansas’ private colleges. Sterling College is using this opportunity to inform its students, alumni and friends of the College on the importance of private colleges in the state of Kansas through their website and social media presence on Facebook and Twitter.
On Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, Sterling College will be hosting the Phi Beta Lambda Fall State Leadership Conference. PBL is the collegiate subdivision of Future Business Leaders of America, and Sterling College has been a member of this organization since 2011.
“Donating blood has the potential to save three lives, so why not?” said Lucas Knauss’ on why students should participate in the Red Cross blood drive on Friday, September 13th. The blood drive will be held in The Pulse (in Evans basement) beginning at 10 and continuing through 4 in the afternoon.
Orientation is most commonly known as a time for those new to a certain community or organization (such as college) to be shown around and taught about their new home. But who would expect that education to come from pudding-eating contests, outdoor worship sessions, and so much group bonding? This year Sterling College made freshmen welcome with all of these events and many more.
Wichita artist Adam Anderson will exhibit his artwork in the Sterling College Art and Media Center gallery Sept. 19 – Oct. 10. The exhibit of graphic design work will open with a reception with Anderson on Sept. 19 from 5-7 p.m. The public is invited to attend.