Dr. David Zurick Scattered among the ancient trading towns of the Thar Desert is the largest concentration of fresco buildings in the world. Abandoned and neglected for centuries, their vivid paintings and wall murals, steeped in aesthetics, history, and folklore, lie in ruins. Geography professor emeritus Dr. David Zurick takes his audience on a photographic […]
Applying for internships can be a time-consuming (and confusing) process if you've never done it before! Learn more about different types of application processes you might encounter, how to reach out to employers who don't have established internship programs or application processes, submitting resumes/cover letters that will help you stand out, and interviewing for internship […]
In 1998, Saint John's Abbey and University commissioned renowned calligrapher Donald Jackson to produce a hand-written, hand-illuminated Bible. The Saint John's Bible is the first completely handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine abbey since the 1450s. Berea College is fortunate to own one of only 299 Heritage Edition full-size fine art reproduction sets […]
On a weekly basis during the academic year, the Campus Christian Center leads a worship service on Tuesday’s at noon. The Center plans and offers diverse services of Christian worship within an ecumenical Christian atmosphere. Worshipers can also share a light, midday meal together in the Fireside Room, immediately following worship at 12:30 p.m. The […]
This training is a bystander intervention program. Green Dot Training is designed to help participants understand the definition of "bystander" and to equip them with necessary skills to assist in establishing two campus norms. First, violence will not be tolerated and secondly everyone is expected to do their part to keep the campus free from […]
The Wailin’ Jennys dazzle audiences with their rich vocal harmonies, impressive musicianship, and brilliant songs, blending original work with folk, blues, and jazz elements. Stephenson Memorial Concert.