posted Nov 26, 2012 11:12 AM in CAMPUS EVENTS
Those who attend the Midwest and Kansas premiere of "Love, Loss, and What I Wore" at McPherson College might want to compare notes with those who go the other nights. With a different cast of actors performing each night, each of the three shows will have its own distinct style.
posted Nov 14, 2012 01:56 PM in CAMPUS EVENTS
Max Durovic was the featured speaker at McPherson College for Global Entrepreneurship Week – speaking to high school students in the morning and to about 600 McPherson College students in the afternoon.
posted Nov 08, 2012 02:56 PM in CAMPUS EVENTS
On Nov. 7, the 7th annual MC2: McPherson College Math Competition invited 265 high school students from 18 area schools put their math skills to the test.
posted Oct 31, 2012 11:33 AM in CAMPUS EVENTS
Bill Grove, Dr. Paul Hoffman, Doug Lengel, Pearl Miller and Dr. Shay Maclin will join together in a panel discussion affirming the past, celebrating the present and anticipating the future of McPherson College on its 125th anniversary. Dr. Bruce Clary will act as moderator of the panel.
posted Oct 30, 2012 10:13 AM in CAMPUS EVENTS
On Oct. 20, about 200 people honored Paul during Homecoming weekend by putting their feet to the pedals themselves to surpass Paul's goal of cycling 2,000 miles this year. The event in his honor was called "Pedals for Paul" and involved people from the campus, the McPherson community and many others who care about Paul.
posted Oct 15, 2012 11:43 AM in CAMPUS EVENTS
Students in theatre are often taught that stage lighting is most effective when the audience forgets about it completely. But "Black Comedy" – being performed at McPherson College Oct. 19, 20, 26 and 27 – proves a significant exception.
posted Oct 11, 2012 04:38 PM in CAMPUS EVENTS
This year marks 125 years since the founding of McPherson College, and the college is celebrating the milestone in a big way with a Homecoming weekend full of new events and activities.
posted Sep 04, 2012 04:39 PM in CAMPUS EVENTS
"Dark of the Moon" by Howard Richardson and William Berney will show Sept. 13-15 and tells the story of a boy from the realm of the supernatural named John who makes a deal to become human if he can convince his love, Barbara Allen, to marry and be faithful to him for a year.