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Student printmaking show opens Thursday at Sterling College | January 29, 2015

The 2015 Student Printmaking Show will take place on Thursday, Jan. 29, from 5-7 p.m. in the Sterling College Art and Media Center gallery. Students in the interterm class AR140 Introduction to Printmaking will display their work and will also have prints and cards created through a variety of printmaking techniques for sale during the show opening. All money goes to the student who made the work, therefore cash is preferred. Checks will be accepted by some students. Work that is not sold at the show opening will be on display until Feb. 20.

Manely inducted into Barton Community College Sports Hall of Fame | January 28, 2015

Ryan “Pete” Manely received the honor of being the first athletic trainer inducted into the Barton Community College Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday, Jan. 24. Manely is the director of the Athletic Training Program and director of graduate studies at Sterling College.

Reed joins Sterling College Board of Trustees | January 27, 2015

On February 5, 2015, Don Reed ’68 will attend his first full meeting under his fifth title at Sterling College – trustee. Reed, who worked at Sterling College for 38 years, was elected to the Board of Trustees in October.

Sterling College announces 2014 Fall Dean’s Honor Roll | January 22, 2015

The 2014 Sterling College Fall Dean’s Honor Roll recognizes 195 students who completed the semester with a 3.50 GPA or better in at least 12 credits of residential work or 10 credits of online work. Students named to the list include:

Emily Diane Allen of Hutchinson, Kansas,

David Amador of Pico Rivera, California,

Andres Roman Arciniaga of El Paso, Texas,

Ashley Faith Aulbach of Haysville, Kansas,

Kerry Katherine Balch of Yukon, Oklahoma,

Zandy Barner of Colorado Springs, Colorado,

Isaac Harrison Barnhart of Gypsum, Kansas,

Sterling College Online attracts students with lower tuition | January 21, 2015

Sterling College Online has lowered tuition for classes toward a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration to the lowest price available for a criminal justice administration program in the state – $250 per credit hour. Designed for those seeking a leadership position within the law enforcement field, the program is available to current law enforcement professionals as well as high school and community college graduates. Students must register before Oct. 19, 2015.

Cheer Finishes In First Place At Sterling Cheer & Dance Invitational | January 19, 2015

Sterling College hosted the first annual Sterling Cheer and Dance Invitational on Friday at the Gleason Physical Education Center. Three KCAC schools participated, including Bethany College, Kansas Wesleyan University and Sterling College.

Sterling performed at the top of their game and finished in first place for the first time this season with a score of 157.25.

Thompson Sinks 1,000th Career Point in 77-64 Victory Over Bethel | January 16, 2015

The Sterling College men's basketball team hosted the Bethel College Threshers on Saturday to a near-packed Gleason Center for their Saturday KCAC matchup. Sterling's offense started off hot in the second half to pull away from the Threshers for a 77-64 victory over Bethel.

Bradley joins nation-wide effort to minister to students | January 9, 2015

Eight national youth organizations joined together with national and local youth ministry leaders to discuss ministry methods and communication strategies that best reach middle school and high school students. Sterling College’s Jenny Bradley ’02, director of ministry teams, joined the summit to know how to better equip her ministry teams students as they develop into professionals trained to reach young adults.

Professor and student team up for art show | December 23, 2014

Sterling College’s assistant professor Hanna Kozlowski-Slone and senior art major Shelby Huber of McPherson, Kansas, have individually made strides in their professional careers this semester by being accepted into several art shows. Their passion for exhibition made them excellent candidates for TAPPED, an art show that focuses on the relationship between students and their professors, but the competition was tight.

Sterling College signs articulation agreement with Southwest Baptist University’s doctor of physical therapy program | December 19, 2014

Students graduating with a bachelor’s degree in health science: pre-physical therapy from Sterling College now have an advantage in their pursuit of doctoral work. Those students have been guaranteed through a newly developed articulation agreement that their undergraduate classes will fulfill the prerequisite course requirements for the doctor of physical therapy program at Southwest Baptist University.