The choirs of Sterling College will wrap up their year with the annual Masterworks Concert on May 4 at 3 p.m. at the Sterling United Methodist Church. The Sterling College Highland Singers, Chorale and Concert Choir will hold a free concert that will last approximately an hour.
In an intimate gathering of family, friends, supporters, and students, Sterling College celebrated the career and achievements of athletic department patriarch and women's basketball head coach Lonnie Kruse.
The Sterling College theatre department usually concludes their theatre season with a night of one acts presented by the directing class, but this year, due to more students participating in the theatre class, they will conclude with two evenings of one act plays on Friday, May 2, and Saturday, May 3, at 8 p.m. in Culbertson Auditorium.
Christopher Stump, Salem, Va., had a specific idea in mind when it came to choosing an online college—one in which he could obtain a theological degree under the direction of a reformed theological perspective. While his search was somewhat difficult, he finally found Sterling College Online—a college that met all his criteria.
Friday, May 2, marks the beginning of the Sterling College senior art exhibition titled “Variant,” which features the final work of six Sterling College seniors. Eddie Adesodun, Carley Chambers, Mackenzie McGuire, Megan Reed, Kara Stineman and Britt Westerman will hold an opening reception for the public to view their work from 5–7 p.m. in the Art and Media Center Gallery.