Two psychologists, the president of the Global Research Group, a pathologist, and a reverend were recipients of Berea College’s 2011 alumni awards. The awards, given by the Alumni Association, recognize the accomplishments of alumni in their professional lives as well as their service to the college. The Distinguished Alumnus Award is given to alumni who have achieved […]
On November 29, Berea College was featured in a segment on NPR's (National Public Radio) "All Things Considered," the most listened-to, afternoon drive-time, news radio program in the country. Featured in the show is Emily Nugent, a sophomore political science major, Tony Choi, a senior Spanish and political science major, Sam Gleaves, a sophomore Appalachian […]
Forty two students decided to sacrifice their weekend in order to embark on a journey to the city that never sleeps for one reason: they are the 99%. From October 7 through October 9, these students’ lives were transformed in more ways than one. For some, this was the first time they were leaving Kentucky. […]
During homecoming, nearly 40 alumni members agreed to go on camera and talk about who they are, what they've been doing since attending Berea College. Do you know some of these alumni?
UPDATE: 11/21/11 @ 1:50 p.m. Dear Members of the Campus Community: We are advised by Berea City Police that the perpetrator of this morning’s shooting in town has been apprehended. Based on this information, the campus lock-down is cancelled. Your cooperation and assistance in this extraordinary situation have been greatly appreciated. Our thoughts remain with […]
The Actuarial Foundation has named Berea College student Rutendo Mwaramba as a recipient of the Foundation’s Actuarial Diversity Scholarship. Rutendo joins 30 other students nationwide recognized with this prestigious scholarship. The Actuarial Diversity Scholarship promotes diversity through an annual scholarship program for Black/African American, Hispanic and Native North American students. The scholarship award recognizes and […]
Dr. Stephen Bolster is the Mary W. McGaw Endowed Chair of Music at Berea College, where he has taught for 32 years. Professor of Music and Program Coordinator, he conducts the Concert Choir and Chamber Singers, and teaches voice, vocal methods, conducting, and music literature. He holds music degrees from Dartmouth College (A.B. Music, 1973), […]