Ask Sterling College alumni Megan Baker ‘06 and Jean Bosch ’09 if they have finished learning about their profession, and the answer from both would be an emphatic “no!” The two theatre majors are pursuing Masters of Arts degrees—Baker at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in Theatre History and Dramaturgy and Bosch at the University of Kansas in Theatre—and they plan to pursue further degrees following the completion of their current programs.
If you can't make it to Sioux City, IA this week to see the Sterling College Lady Warrior basketball team play here are some great ways to follow the team from the seat of your own dorm room, home or office.
Sterling will open the up against Huntington College (IN) on Thursday at 12:00 p.m., at the Tyson Events Center Gateway Arena.
On March 10 the Sterling Chorale will set off on its annual tour, which passes through five states and follows Route 66 from Sayre, Okla., to Flagstaff, Ariz. The first stop is at the Federated Presbyterian Church in Spearville, Kan., on Wednesday, March 10. The chorale will present a total of 11 concerts on the tour, passing through Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado. Their final concert will take place in Scott City, Kan., on March 17.