By Darren Porche   Sterling, KS -- April 28, 2018, 1:26 P.M. The Outstanding First-Year Student Award is an award presented to a first-year student who has been praised by nearly all of his or her professors, professors who have not taught him or her, as well as coaching staff and the administration. It goes to [...]

By William Dutton   Sterling, KS - April 27, 2018 2:36P.M. Daniel Swartz, department chair of Art and Design at Sterling College was pleased with what his four seniors displayed at their senior art show Thursday, April 26. He noted, “Each group of graduating seniors is unique in their chosen mediums/methods, messages and personalities. It is [...]

By Jase Brandt Sterling, KS - April 25, 2018 11:27 P.M. Sterling College had the privilege of having Thomas Averill visit and read excerpts from his newest novel “Found Documents from the Life of Nell” Johnson Doerr on Friday, April 20 in Cornerstone, followed by discussion time and book signing. Averill was met with a [...]

By William Dutton Sterling, KS - April 20, 2018 2:46 PM When Aaron Brown, department chair of the Language and Literature Department here at Sterling, learned of one individual interviewing to fill an assistant professor position in his department, he was excited, and wanted to see the individual’s interactions with students. Brown recounted the situation [...]

By Cathryn Cavazos     Sterling, KS - April 18, 2018, 11:38 P.M. It seems as if the theatre kids just don’t stop, and this time, they are putting on quite the show. “Noises Off,” a play written in 1982, is the story of a British playwright who is trying, but failing, to keep together a [...]

By Jase Brandt   Sterling, KS -- March 12, 2018, 3:24 P.M. The Sterling College Theater department has finished another one of their productions, this time being William Shakespeare’s classic play Romeo & Juliet. There were 3 evening showings and 2 matinee showings on March 1-3 and March 5-6 respectively. However, the production was not without [...]

By Micah Watney    Sterling, KS - Feb. 27, 2018, 10:06 P.M.   As Black History Month comes to close, Dr. Daniel Julich, assistant professor of History, invited Dr. Dave Tell, associate professor of Communication Studies at the University of Kansas, to share his knowledge about the murder of Emmett Till and the mysteries that [...]

By Keyshawn McMahon   Sterling, KS -- Feb 22, 2018, 8:32 A.M.  Updated Feb 26, 2018, 2:45 P.M. Networking Night was a time to discuss potential career paths and develop valuable career contacts with close to 20 professionals from a variety of companies and industries. Combine the professionals with 40+ students ready to seize the moment [...]

By Landon Rhoadarmer   Sterling, KS -- Nov 21, 2017 2:59 P.M. Sterling College Theatre Department performed the play, "All My Sons", by Arthur Miller. The play is a drama following a family struggling through emotional and psychological issues from the affects of World War II. This sneak peek includes interviews with the cast, clips [...]