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MLK Celebration: A day to Remember.

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Lenox, K. Pinnacle Editor   “Your thought becomes your works, your words become your actions, your action becomes your habits, your habits becomes become your character, and your character become your destiny.” Students of various races protest brutal racial killings, and praise Martin Luther King Jr. for the great civil revolution that he instituted   Black Music Ensemble lead by ... Read More »

Six Berea College Students Accepted As University Innovation Fellows

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact Person: Lyndsey Mullins Company Name: Berea College – Entrepreneurship for the Public Good Telephone Number: 859-985-3614 Email Address: lyndsey_mullins@berea.edu Web site address: www.berea.edu/epg Berea College students, Anthony Ayebiahwe (junior), Jacob Heller (junior), Robert Hosking (freshman), Dylan Mullins (sophomore), Tran Nguyen (sophomore), and Eugeniu Prodan (junior), were selected to participate in a rigorous and elite program, University ... Read More »

Welcome New Cohort to EPG

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Photo courtesy of EPG Berea, KY – The Entrepreneurship for the Public Good program (EPG) is pleased to introduce its 12th cohort selected for the 2015 Summer Institute and as member of the EPG Program. After a rigorous and selective process, 20 students across 18 majors joined our network of over 149 alumni and 42 community partners in the Appalachian ... Read More »

Hidden Truth

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By Taylor Brown News Writer Brownta@berea.edu The bar wasn’t crowded tonight. Rain fell heavily and every other minute there was a flash of lightning. Blake walked in and made his way to his guest. The bartender gave him a nod and Blake returned it but without much feeling. He hardly felt anything but anger nowadays. That anger was what was ... Read More »

Berea College has a “Textbook problem!”

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Lenox, K. Pinnacle Editor Consumer Goods: As of 01-05-2015, the Berea College bookstore and the Hutchins Library closed the chapter on “Textbook Reserve.” Within the past few months, there has been various issues on campus with textbooks, from receiving wrong orders to textbooks being lost in the mail, especially from the freshmen class–some, so mortifying that no student in Berea ... Read More »

Berea College has a “Textbook problem!”

    Lenox, K. Pinnacle Editor   Consumer Goods: As of 01-05-2015, the Berea College bookstore and the Hutchins Library closed the chapter on “Textbook Reserve.” Within the past few months, there has been various issues on campus with textbooks, from receiving wrong orders to textbooks being lost in the mail, especially from the freshmen class–some, so mortifying that no ... Read More »

MLK—Legacy, Personality, & Courage.

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Lenox, K. Pinnacle Editor World History (Freedom, Social justice and Civil Rights):Without a doubt, King is one of the most significant figures in 20th-century World history–he was totally committed to human dignity and equality across all racial and economic lines with collaboration, agape love, respect and peace. Looking back to the last two years of King’s life, he also became ... Read More »

Berea College Basketball Midseason Report

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Cody Mousseau Sports Writer mousseauc@berea.edu Photo courtesy of BC sports. The Berea College men’s basketball team is off to a historic start with a record of 11-3. Not only are they having a record year, they are also ranked number two in the nation for the USCAA. Coach John Hemenway and assistant coach Rudy Evans are the two coaches for ... Read More »

Super Bowl 49 Preview

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Cody Mousseau Sports Writer. mousseauc@berea.edu photo courtesy of Sara Bibel On Sunday, February 1st the Seattle Seahawks will battle the New England Patriots for the championship at University of Phoenix Stadium which hosts the Arizona Cardinals in the regular season. The Seahawks are the reigning champions as they won the coveted Lombardi Trophy just last season. Typically this would seem ... Read More »

Dispatches from THE DOWN HOME DIVAS Dispatch #26 Happiness is Homemade “My weaknesses have always been food and Men”-Dolly

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By Maggie Smith Holden Dillman Humor Columnist Humor Columnist smithm@berea.edu dillmanh@berea.edu Chocolate or Coconut? These are the trials that Mag and Ho are faced with on this warm winter day here in The Bubble. The Truck Stop is our poison of choice for this column as we sit here with a table full of pie, catfish, and fried potatoes. We ... Read More »

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