Thursday — October 23, 8:00pm Martha Redbone Roots Project Quintet Friday — October 24, 8:00pm Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble There is good reason Berea, Kentucky is the “Folk Arts and Crafts Capital of Kentucky.” Opportunities for folk music and dance abound. Following on the heels of the annual Celebration of Traditional Music (October 16-19) two […]
Noted author and Berea College Professor, bell hooks was one of 35 people inducted into Kentucky’s Civil Rights Hall of Fame today. The Kentucky Commission of Human Rights selects individuals for this distinction in recognition of their efforts to help improve the quality of life for Kentucky, the United States and beyond, in the areas […]
The “Count on Your Future, BC+5” event helps Berea College students project their likely financial state 5 years after they graduate.
Berea College has received a “Four-Star” rating by Charity Navigator, a national organization that monitors non-profit organizations that receive contributions from donors. A four-star rating, the highest possible, is based on an organization’s financial health, accountability and transparency. The higher an organization’s rating, the more confidence a donor can have the contribution will be used […]
(#SeeYouAtTheTop #MTD14 #Conquer MTNDay) Following a College tradition since 1875, Berea College students will get a day off from classes and labor to experience a day of outdoor fun on Wednesday, Oct. 15 for the annual Mountain Day.
Berea College is “sainted.” So says Gregg Easterbrook in his Tuesday Morning Quarterback (TMQ) commentary on ESPN this week. Easterbrook, talking about recent multi-million dollar gifts to elite college endowments, contends “. . . the rich should not donate to the Ivy League, Stanford or a few other colleges that exist for the elite and already […]
Bereans mourn the passing of William Ronald Ballew, one of the first two African American students to “re-integrate” Berea in the post-Day Law era. His funeral service is today, September 30, 2014, in Riverside California. Mr. Ballew was born the second of nine children to Edgar T. Ballew and Georgia Louise Benton in Richmond, Kentucky, […]