• “In order to be stewards of the land, we need to understand our historical and current relationships to the natural world and each other. Sterling College courses and our community provide us with opportunities to explore these relationships, uncover the complexities of our natural world and society, and discuss the many environmental issues that we face today.”

    Farley Brown '85

    Faculty in Ecology

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Let’s Tell A Story

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] I read over my calendar to check my plans for the day: Let’s Make a Movie, 11 A.M, with Beana Bern. “Are you nervous?” she asked me, as we…

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Leading Community Meeting

Every week, our entire community gathers in the dining hall after lunch on Wednesday for community meeting. This past week, I volunteered to lead the meeting.  Leading the meeting entails…

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Seek and Be Found: Three Days on Green River Reservoir

Sterling has a fifty-year tradition of sending students out into the wilderness in December (adequately prepared and with chaperones, of course) for three nights in what is referred to as…

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