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Track and Field Pushes Through Harsh Conditions

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By Nate Matz Guest Sports Writer nathaniel_metz@berea.edu Photo courtesy of Berea AthleticsBerea The Berea College men’s track and field team traveled to Centre College to compete in the Centre Colonel Invitational this past weekend. The men competed among 18 teams as well as the harsh 35mph winds. In the end the men finished 9th of the 18 scoring teams. Pushing ... Read More »

Splits Double Header Against Mount St. Joseph

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By Nate Matz Guest Sports Writer nathaniel_metz@berea.edu Photo courtesy of Berea AthleticsBerea Berea, KY- Berea won the first game 3-2 against the Lions. The Mountaineers scored early in the first inning. Then, Mount St. Joseph took a very brief lead in the top of the third by scoring two runs, but Berea answered back by scoring two runs when it ... Read More »

Mountaineer Baseball Soars Past Eagles

By Nate Matz Guest Sports Writer nathaniel_metz@berea.edu Photo courtesy of Berea Athletics BEREA, KY- The Berea College Mountaineer baseball team swept the Alice Lloyd Eagles at home this Wednesday in a powerful showing of 13-2 and 12-3 in the two games. The Mountaineers were dominant in their first game against their former rivals from the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, as ... Read More »

THE BEREA COLLEGE BLUEGRASS ENSEMBLE

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By Berea College Bluegrass Ensemble special to the Pinnacle For sixteen years, the Berea College Bluegrass Ensemble has thrilled audiences with their shining student talent and fun, lively performances. During their time at Berea College, student band members show off their picking and singing skills on stage in exchange for course credit, lifelong friendships and the opportunity to share their ... Read More »

BC’s Multicultural Week in Pictures

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By Lenox, K Editor-in-Chief lenoxk@berea.edu The last week of March was a multicultural themed week on Campus. Several students, faculty, staff, invited guests, student organizations and clubs took part in the celebration of cultures around the globe. Some of the participants included the the African Students Association (ASA), Asian students groups, Middle Eastern Dance Troupe, Dance performance by Dance Professor ... Read More »

Just Another Day…

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Taylor Brown Creative Writer brownta@berea.edu Hazel pulled her hood over her head as more people started coming in. She dipped lower in her seat and crossed her arms, studying the artwork on the desk in front of her. Mrs. Haynes put her in the front of the class to force her to participate in class, but she was going to ... Read More »

When College Administration “Gets it Right,” Students Agree!

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By Lenox, K Editor-in-Chief lenoxk@berea.edu 2016 summer session will allow students greater flexibility for the first time than previous summers to hopefully satisfy their dietary needs while saving for the next school year. Summer for many Bereans is a time for research, internship, work, classes, but also fulfilling the requirement from the financial aid office — to save enough to ... Read More »

City of Berea’s Chamber of Commerce Shuts Down “Spoonbread Festival.”

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Taylor Brown News Writer brownta@berea.edu Photo courtesy of Richmondregister Berea, KY–On Thursday, March 31st, the Chamber of Commerce had a meeting from 10am to 1pm to decide if they would sign a contract dealing with the annual Spoonbread festival from Berea City’s mayor, Steve Connelly. The contract encouraged the ban of merchandise bearing the confederate flag, according to the Lexington ... Read More »

Berea College student Exceptional Achievements ! Her Berea College story, excellence on The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT), and post-graduation plans.

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By Lenox, K Editor-in-Chief lenoxk@berea.edu Kaitlyn C. Reasoner ‘16 is a Minnesota resident, a Biology major, Biology Teaching and Research Assistant, an athlete, and a mentor. Several prestigious Medical schools want her including one with a full tuition scholarship for 4 years of her medical education. It is not a common occurrence for any college or university in the country ... Read More »

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