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Men’s Soccer defeated Eureka — Senior Night

Men’s Soccer — On Sunday, October 16, the Mountaineers defeated Eureka on Senior Night in a 4-1 victory. The following Seniors were presented with their jerseys; Million Beshah ’17, number 10, from Atlanta, GA; JD Nolte ’17, number 14, from Hartford, KY; Wesley Saintilnord ’17, number 7, from Quanaminthe, Haiti; Caleb Congrove ’17, number 2, from Chillicothe, Ohio;    & Josiah ... Read More »

Women’s Soccer — Mountaineers big Win at the Finals against Johnson University.

Women’s Soccer — On Tuesday October 18, the Mountaineers had a 7-1 Win at the Finals against Johnson University. Seniors were awarded their jerseys on Senior Night. Read More »

Women’s Tennis — The Mountaineers came out victorious against Maryville College

Women’s Tennis — On October 16, The Mountaineers came out victorious against Maryville College (Tenn.) with a 7-2 Win. Members from left to right: Coach Johann SaintJohn, Marah Zeidan ’18, Erin Goodpastor ’19, Alicia Bedoya ’18, Ashley Ferrell ’19, Taylor Moyers ’18, Trinity Goodman ’17 and Bria Williams ’17 Read More »

Women’s Cross Country — Mountaineers finish Strong at the Fall Classic 5k run in Wilmington College

Women’s Cross Country — On October 14, the Mountaineers had a 6th place finish at the JennaStrong Fall Classic 5k run in Wilmington College with a 19:26 fastest team average and a 1:37.10 total team time. Read More »

Berea Students at Startup Weekend!

By Derby Chukwudi News Writer On October 14 -16 five Berea College students participated in the semi-annual Startup weekend held at Bellarmine University in Louisville. The Startup Weekend is a 54-hour weekend event, during which groups of developers, business managers, startup enthusiasts, marketing gurus, graphic artists and more pitch ideas for new startup companies. They form teams around those ... Read More »

Blue Grass Rape Crisis Center

By Talia Floyd News Writer The Pinnacle met with Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center (BRCC) Regional Coordinator, Emily Mckenzie and Advocacy Coordinator Jennifer Johnson, at the for a discussion on sexual violence and how to support survivors. Pinnacle: What is the Bluegrass Rape Crisis Center? Mckenzie: BRCC is a nonprofit agency that provides free and confidential services to survivors of ... Read More »

Race for the White House

By Taylor Brown Associate Editor The 2016 Presidential debate has had citizens of the United States on edge more so than any other hot topic. For the Republican side we have Donald Trump, and for the Democratic side we have Hillary Clinton. Before running for president Donald Trump was a businessman as well as a television producer. As for ... Read More »

2016 African Student Association (ASA) Bonfire Featuring Stories from the Past!

By Derby Chukwudi News Writer The annual ASA bonfire took place on Saturday, October 1st with about seventy students and invited guests in attendance. The bonfire highlighted the African continent, its cultural background, students bonding, and discussing various issues concerning the continents. ASA members and guest shared some African food, dances and songs from various African countries. For the ... Read More »

Study Abroad Experience in Costa RicaBy Kevin Behr & Monica Powell Guest News Writers

By Kevin Behr & Monica Powell Guest News Writers Kevin Behr ’17 and Monica Powell ’16 both studied abroad at La Universidad Veritas de San Jose, Costa Rica during the Autumn Term of 2015. To get a better understanding of their study abroad experience, Behr and Powell answered questions about their unique experience abroad.        What was your ... Read More »

Tia Davis – from Berea College student to Professorship!

By Kiara Hunt News Writer The Department of Theatre’s 2016/2017 academic year’s visiting Professor is Professor Tia Davis ’11. Davis is currently teaching courses in the department of theatre in place of Professor Adanma Barton and Dr. Deborah Martin, both on sabbatical leave this academic year. Not long ago, Davis was a student, and now she is a professor ... Read More »

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