Students in the Global Impact class, an honors class at Sterling College, traveled to Wichita and Oklahoma at the end of April to see how other groups of Christians are addressing the issues of suffering throughout the world.
Sterling College has again proven to be a national force in debate. Placing 14th in overall team sweepstakes, Senior Jacob Skala, Junior Brandon Hoesli, and Freshman Darren Kootz-Eades competed against the top debate teams across the United States at the National Forensic Association National Championship Tournament April 17-21 in Michigan.
Two music majors will perform their senior recitals this week at Sterling United Presbyterian Church. Victoria Miller, a vocal performance major, will perform her recital at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6. Perry Hadduck, an applied instrumental major in classical guitar, will perform his recital at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 7. Receptions will follow both recitals, and the public is invited to attend.
The city of Sterling and Sterling Police Department have agreed to support the Sterling College criminal justice major with the “intent to collaborate in enhancing the provision of criminal justice services to the citizens of Central Kansas.” Sterling Mayor Jonathan Zimmerman met with SC President Scott Rich on Tuesday, April 29, to make the agreement official.