News

Seniors finish preparations for Friday opening | November 5, 2014

The original productions “Doorway to the Shine” and “Cosmic Disarray” will debut Friday night in Culbertson Auditorium on Nov. 7-8 at 7 p.m. Featuring the work of six theatre majors, the shows will fulfill senior projects for Darsha Bechard, Jamie Fitzgerald, Cody Green, Cody Martin, Shane Rogers and Chloe Wootton. The two plays will run consecutively separated by a 30-minute intermission. Admission is free with the doors opening at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend.

Senior theatre productions take stage Nov. 7-8 | October 31, 2014

Two original productions will be staged in Culbertson Auditorium under the direction of Sterling College Seniors Darsha Bechard and Chloe Wootton. “Doorway to the Shine,” written by Senior Shane Rogers, and “Cosmic Disarray,” written by Senior Cody Martin, will open at 7 p.m. in Culbertson Auditorium on Nov. 7-8. The two plays will run consecutively separated by a 30-minute intermission. Admission is free with the doors opening at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend.

Sterling College debate defeats current national champions, forensics continues to excel | October 30, 2014

The trophy cases in Spencer Hall have filled up quickly this year as Sterling College continues to earn first and second places in team sweepstakes across the country. Their most recent victory was defeating the current national champions, Western Kentucky University, at the Missouri Mule Swing Speech and Debate Tournament this weekend. The tournament included top-ranked teams from across the country and was hosted by University of Central Missouri on Oct. 17-19.

Local professionals prepare students for a future in business | October 30, 2014

The Kansas state leadership conference for Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda met on Saturday, Sept. 27, at Sterling College to learn from local business leaders and professors. Approximately 50 students and their chapter advisers attended the one-day conference.

Sterling College Online offers criminal justice administration program | October 16, 2014

Current law enforcement professionals interested in serving in leadership and administration within the criminal justice system can now earn their degree online. Pairing organizational management classes with criminal justice coursework, Sterling College Online is offering a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies: Criminal Justice Administration. The program is also open to prospective students interested in law enforcement administration who are not currently in the law enforcement field.

Sterling College chemistry professor awarded prestigious Advancing Science Grant | October 16, 2014

Each year the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers recognizes minorities who make outstanding contributions to science, technology and/or engineering research. This year, NOBCChE recognized Dr. Farai Kwaramba, assistant professor of chemistry at Sterling College, for his research on hydrosilylation catalysis technology by awarding him with the Advancing Science Grant.

Sterling College senior receiving national attention for paintings | October 15, 2014

Shelby Huber of McPherson, Kansas, is building a strong résumé for her job search this spring. The Sterling College senior received two awards from juried art competitions over the past few months and continues to gain recognition for her paintings.

Lambert Passes Bennett To Become All-Time Wins Leader In Sterling Football History | October 14, 2014

With a 42-39 nail-biting victory on Oct. 4 against Bethany College, Head Football Coach Andy Lambert passed Curt Bennett on the all-time football wins list.

In his 11 seasons at Sterling, Lambert has a 61-48 record, finished in the top three in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference three times, and won KCAC Coach of the Year in 2004, 2007 and 2013.

Watney’s summer internship becomes passion for innovative technologies | October 14, 2014

Each summer thousands of interns swarm to Washington D.C. to gain work experience and network with their future coworkers. Sterling College Junior Caleb Watney found more than just a network of like-minded individuals, he found the direction he wants to steer his final years in college and post-graduate schooling.

SC debate and forensics team opens season with win | October 2, 2014

The collegiate debate and forensics season began with Sterling College winning the tournament they co-hosted with Hutchinson Community College. Debates on a Plain took place Sept. 26-27 in Hutchinson with 19 in the parliamentary debate, 31 teams in the Lincoln-Douglas debate and 22 teams in the forensics tournament.