Wilson, Gibbs lead Observer staff in KCM awards wins

Sterling College journalism garnered recognition recently by securing 18 victories in the 2022 Kansas Collegiate Media Contest. Junior Taya Wilson, of Sterling, and sophomore Shaylee Gibbs, of Amarillo, Texas, came away as individual winners.  Also, the Sterling College Observer newspaper, which is in its third year as the campus newspaper, received a Gold designation in the overall category. In that category, publications can earn one … Continue reading Wilson, Gibbs lead Observer staff in KCM awards wins

Hannah’s Hits: Support needs to be given to all sports teams

Hannah’s Hits: Support needs to be given to all sports teams I’ve been involved and around sports for the majority of my life. And I love it. As a photographer, I almost never miss a home game anymore. Football, baseball, soccer, basketball — you name it, and I’m there. But I’ve noticed something I find interesting: it seems like the majority of people don’t stay … Continue reading Hannah’s Hits: Support needs to be given to all sports teams

Organizations offer study help

Sterling College is working to alleviate the stresses of finals weeks with different activities and accommodations presented by on-campus organizations. Sterling College’s Student Government Association plans study snacks and events to help students’ study in a fun, less-stressful environment. “We’re all starving college students, you know, and so we need food,” SGA President Adam Moore said. But there’s more to it. “And it provides a … Continue reading Organizations offer study help

Bonfire held to bring students together

On Oct. 28 the Sterling College dormitories hosted a bonfire where students made s’mores and spent time together. The event was not sponsored by a specific campus organization. Instead, the resident assistants and residence hall directors came together to host the experience. Brett Couture, RD for Douglas Hall, was one of the people who set up the event for the residents. “This is the coldest … Continue reading Bonfire held to bring students together

Gleason construction project staying on schedule

The Gleason Center at Sterling College has been undergoing construction since it’s ground-breaking ceremony on May 11. The construction will be providing many new additions that will be available for all students. Additions include a new auxiliary gym, new athletic training room, three new classrooms, conference room, 20 new offices for coaches, faculty and athletic training staff, a roughly 4,500 square foot weight room, new … Continue reading Gleason construction project staying on schedule

Warrior Fest: Sterling College athletes engage with community

Sterling College put on yet another memorable Warrior Fest Sept. 21. Festivities kicked off in downtown Sterling with face painting, free throw contest, mini street tennis matches, cornhole, football picture autographing, a pitching radar gun, train rides, street vendors and much more. Later in the day, the women’s soccer team suffered a hard-fought loss to Central Christian College, but the men’s soccer team responded with … Continue reading Warrior Fest: Sterling College athletes engage with community

Homecoming aims to provide fun, memories

            The second week of October will bring homecoming back to Sterling College. The celebration of homecoming is an age-old tradition that will be celebrated on most college campus’s around the country this fall. Homecoming brings a week of festivities and school spirit that leads up to the homecoming football game 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Kaitlyn Tawater, better known on campus as “Red” is the Secretary … Continue reading Homecoming aims to provide fun, memories

SGA starts off Study Snacks for finals week with donuts

Study snacks is a finals tradition here at Sterling College. It gives students something to look forward to every night as they study for finals. SGA took the first night and will be in charge of one additional night last this week. Other clubs on campus such as CAB will also take the lead for a night. They do this as to not overwhelm one … Continue reading SGA starts off Study Snacks for finals week with donuts

CAB Hosts Last Blast

By JESSE SHEPPARD, reporter Sunday, May 5, 2019 Last Saturday, the Campus Activities Board (CAB) hosted their annual “Last Blast”, the last CAB event of the school year. The event included a Qdoba lunch and outdoor games and activities. After the students claimed their meals, groups began to head over to the sand volleyball courts, inflatable slide, and other yard games. Despite the majority of … Continue reading CAB Hosts Last Blast