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Prospective College Students Invited to Bluefield College Open House

Feb 15, 2010

Bluefield College will open its doors to prospective students and their families as part of its annual Spring Open House, Saturday, March 20, beginning with registration at 9:45 a.m. in Harman Chapel.

Evans' Gift Provides Direction for Bluefield College

Feb 12, 2010

Bluefield College trustee and Bluefield, Virginia, native William D. "Bill" Evans is providing direction to the school and not just in the form of supervision and service. The longtime BC friend recently offered a sizeable gift to the college for the purchase and placement of directional ...

Degree Completion Students Celebrate Culmination of Studies with Charity Project

Feb 11, 2010

Eleven students in the Management 41 cohort of Bluefield College's inSpire degree completion program in Norfolk, Virginia, recently completed all the requirements of their studies toward a bachelor's degree. While the culmination of their studies was significant, how they got there and how they ...

College Transfer Students Invited to Bluefield College Open House

Feb 10, 2010

Tired of being a number and not a person in your college classroom? Interested in a school that will help you live your passion? If so, Bluefield College is the place for you.

Bluefield College Theatre to Present the Comical 'Blithe Spirit'

Feb 10, 2010

Bluefield College Theatre returns to the stage for the first of its spring performances, a comical drama entitled "Blithe Spirit," Thursday through Sunday, February 25-28

Hardin Leads Drastic Change on Court as Life Changes off Court

Feb 10, 2010

Article by Jed Lockett, Bluefield Daily Telegraph Steve Hardin's life has been very interesting lately. The Bluefield College women's basketball head coach has presided over a team that has gone from perennial Appalachian Athletic Conference cellar dweller to being in the thick of the race for ...

Bluefield College to Host Jazz Concert

Feb 9, 2010

As part of its Spring Fine Arts Series, Bluefield College will host an evening of jazz music, featuring tenor saxophonist Jim Calabrese and the Bluefield State College Jazz Band, Monday, March 15.

Bluefield College and Blue Mountain Performing Arts Present Gee-Mackey Duo

Feb 8, 2010

Bluefield College and Blue Mountain Performing Arts are proud to present the Gee-Mackey Duo, Sunday, February 21 at 3 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church in Bluefield, West Virginia.

Fulbright Scholar from Nigeria Speaks at Bluefield College

Feb 8, 2010

Dr. Oluwafemi Faseun, a Fulbright Scholar in music from Lagos, Nigeria, spoke on the campus of Bluefield College, Friday, February 26.

Patsels Give Perpetually to Bluefield College

Feb 8, 2010

As students, then alumni, and later members of the faculty and staff, E. Ralph Patsel, Jr, and his wife, Jane Neel Patsel, gave much of their life to Bluefield College. Now, they are giving perpetually through the establishment of the Jane and Ralph Patsel Endowed Scholarship.

Youth Rededicate Lives to Christ during Bluefield College Winter Blast

Feb 5, 2010

Dozens of youth from nine different churches and communities across Virginia and West Virginia recently took part in Bluefield College's extreme sport and worship weekend, Winter Blast, and as designed the youth had a blast on the ski slopes, rocked out with the bands Wavorly and Abandon, took ...

Beamer Answers Call to Serve as Vice President for Finance for Bluefield College

Feb 5, 2010

Bluefield College has a new vice president. Sarah Beamer, an accountant and financial administrator with nearly two decades of experience in higher education, has been named vice president for finance and administration.

Bluefield College Employees Earn Professional Distinctions 02-10

Feb 3, 2010

A host of Bluefield College faculty and staff earned a variety of professional development distinctions during the fall and winter terms.

Shelton Takes Over BC Volleyball

Feb 3, 2010

BLUEFIELD, Va. — The volleyball program at Bluefield College is officially under new direction, but the woman in charge is no stranger at the Dome Gymnasium.

Bluefield College Students Get a Taste of International Missions at Home

Feb 2, 2010

Bluefield College is well known for its student mission trips abroad. But, when students aren't able to travel overseas to experience missions firsthand, the school simply brings the mission field to them through its Missionary-in-Residence Program

Local Writers Encouraged to Submit Works to Bluefield College Literary Magazine

Jan 24, 2010

Bluefield College is now accepting submissions for the 2010 edition of The Bluestone Review, a literary magazine published annually by BC students under the direction of Dr. Rob Merritt, professor of English.

Former Bluefield College History Professor Stuart McGehee Dies

Jan 22, 2010

Original article by Samantha Perry, Bluefield Daily Telegraph Former Bluefield College history professor and longtime coalfields historian Dr. Stuart McGehee died Tuesday, January 12 at his residence, police sources confirmed to the Bluefield Daily Telegraph the morning of January 13.

Bluefield College Alumna Polly Franks Has a Passion for Justice

Jan 19, 2010

Article by freelance writer Crystal Kieloch Imagine the scene at the local hospital emergency room where a five-year-old girl is frightened and silently crying as the forensic nurse examiner enters the room.

Master's Class in Christian Ethics Offered at Bluefield College

Jan 18, 2010

Master's degree classes are coming to Bluefield College.

BC Degree Completion Student John Venuti Named Police Chief for Virginia Commonwealth University

Jan 18, 2010

Article by Reed Williams, Richmond Times-Dispatch Bluefield College degree completion student and Richmond (VA) police major John Venuti, a highly visible investigator of violent crimes with a reputation for hard work and compassion, has been named chief of police for Virginia Commonwealth ...

Bluefield College Releases Fall 2009 President's and Dean's Lists

Jan 15, 2010

Bluefield College has released its President's and Dean's Lists for traditional students for the fall 2009 semester.

Mabe Scholarship to Support Bluefield College Business Students

Jan 15, 2010

Business students at Bluefield College will now have access to even more financial aid, thanks to a scholarship established by alumnus and local accountant Leroy Mabe.

Jennings Did it the 'Hard' Way

Jan 14, 2010

The following is the third of a series of three feature stories written about BC men's basketball assistant coach Keith Jennings by Bluefield Daily Telegraph sports reporter Brian Woodson.

The Bucs Started with Jennings

Jan 13, 2010

The following is the second of a series of three feature stories written about BC men's basketball assistant coach Keith Jennings by Bluefield Daily Telegraph sports reporter Brian Woodson.

From the NBA to BC, Coach Keith Jennings is Making a Difference at Bluefield College

Jan 11, 2010

The following is the first of a series of three feature stories written about BC men's basketball assistant coach Keith Jennings by Bluefield Daily Telegraph sports reporter Brian Woodson.

Fine Arts Classes for Community Available at Bluefield College

Jan 7, 2010

Bluefield College's Fine Arts Community School has released its schedule of courses for the spring 2010 semester.

Bluefield College's Pam Gordon Has a Passion for Learning

Dec 20, 2009

The Wikipedia entry for Clintwood, Virginia, lists a population of 1,549 people and a median household income of a little over $22,500. The entry also identifies two notable persons from Clintwood: an NFL football player and an executive of the Bristol Motor Speedway.

Major League All-Star Billy Wagner Makes Pitch for Bluefield College Scholarships

Dec 18, 2009

One hundred twenty guests attended Bluefield College's Second Annual Tierney Scholarship Awareness Dinner, December 3, featuring hometown hero and Major League Baseball great Billy Wagner, who shared a message of hope, overcoming odds, and providing second chances.

Bluefield College Student Receives Wordsprint Graphic Arts Scholarship

Dec 16, 2009

Bluefield College student Della G. Limbert of Lititz, Pennsylvania, is the proud recipient of a graphic communications scholarship, thanks to the generosity of local printing company Wordsprint of Wytheville, Virginia, and the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation of Sewickley, Pennsylvania.

Bluefield College Seniors Accept Diplomas during 18th Annual Winter Commencement

Dec 15, 2009

One hundred seven Bluefield College seniors accepted diplomas during the school's 18th Annual Winter Commencement, Saturday, December 12.

Bluefield College Students Get Experience, Give Assistance to Local Schools

Dec 14, 2009

Bluefield College teacher education seniors are providing much needed assistance to local schools, while at the same time getting valuable practical experience as teachers in the classroom.

Bluefield College Student Donnie Bales Has a Passion for the Arts

Dec 4, 2009

Around the Bluefield College campus, Donnie Bales is the go-to guy when someone needs help making a YouTube video. He has also worked with staff and faculty to create short clips for convocation and for the Theatre Department.

Marmo and Weddle Gain NCCAA Honors

Nov 24, 2009

Bluefield, VA--The women’s volleyball team competed in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) tournament beginning November 19.

Lady Rams Honored at AAC Tournament

Nov 16, 2009

Bluefield, VA-- November means tournament time; the Lady Rams played three games this year for the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) tournament while Five Lady Rams were honored with regular season AAC awards and honors.

Virginia Tobacco Commission Awards $85,000 to Bluefield College

Nov 10, 2009

Grant to Allow BC to Develop Rural Healthcare Education Program

Bluefield College Employees Earn Professional Distinctions 11-09

Nov 5, 2009

A host of Bluefield College faculty and staff earned a variety of professional development distinctions during the summer and fall 2009 terms.

Lady Rams Lose in Final Home Games

Nov 2, 2009

BLUEFIELD, Va. — A busy day at the Bluefield College Dome began early. It was the home finale for the Lady Rams volleyball team and a match they would likely rather forget.

BC Lady Rams Enjoyed Successful Night on the Court with "Dig Pink"

Oct 29, 2009

Bluefield, VA-- On Tuesday, October 27, during a Dig Pink Rally on campus, the Bluefield College Lady Rams volleyball team played not only for a conference win against Milligan College, but also to raise awareness and recognize women who have battled breast cancer.

Bluefield College Releases 2009-2010 Theatre Schedule

Oct 26, 2009

Bluefield College Theatre has released its schedule of performances for the 2009-2010 academic year. Featured on this year's schedule are performances of "The Crucible," "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever," "Blithe Spirit," "Steel Magnolias," and "Oliver ...

New Online TryBC Program Offers Affordable, Convenient College Courses

Oct 23, 2009

Are you a working adult interested in going back to college? Perhaps you've started a family, but now you want to start or finish your college degree?

Bluefield College Course Offers Service to Local Home-school Families

Oct 22, 2009

Each fall, Bluefield College students have an opportunity to enroll in a class titled, "Physical Education for the Young Child," which is designed to prepare future physical education (PE) teachers.

BC, SWCC Choirs Combine to Offer Community Choral Celebration

Oct 21, 2009

Bluefield College's select voice ensemble, Variations, will join in concert with Southwest Virginia Community College's Community Chorus for a Choral Celebration, Sunday, November 15 at 3 p.m.

BC Lady Rams Volleyball Team 'Digs Pink' for Breast Cancer Awareness

Oct 20, 2009

Bluefield College's school colors are red, blue and white, but on Tuesday, October 27, the BC women's volleyball team will be wearing pink as part of a Dig Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Rally and National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Bluefield College Theatre Presents 'The Crucible'

Oct 20, 2009

Bluefield College Theatre will present Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" during six separate performances, Thursday through Tuesday, November 12-17.

Musically Diverse Flight 24 to Perform in Concert at Bluefield College

Oct 20, 2009

Very seldom does a band come along that pushes the limits of musical expression. Flight 24 does, and the band that mixes almost every genre of music into its own unique style will perform live in concert on the campus of Bluefield College, Friday, November 20.

Bluefield College Students Challenged to 'Live' their Faith

Oct 20, 2009

Bluefield College students were told to "get up or shut up," "be hot, not cold," and to "live it or quit it" during the school's annual Duremdes Christian Emphasis Week, September 23-25, featuring the unapologetic discourse of youth and young adult minister Craig ...

BC Teacher Education Students Attend Regional Teacher Education Conference

Oct 19, 2009

Four Bluefield College students from the Teacher Education Program recently attended the Virginia Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (VASCD) Southwest Regional Conference in Abingdon, Virginia, featuring keynote speaker Dr. Todd Whitaker, author of the book What Great Teachers ...

BC Falls Short in Competitive Match Against Concord University

Oct 19, 2009

Bluefield College and Concord University aren’t conference foes, but they are geographic rivals. The two schools are only separated by about 20 miles.

Bluefield College Celebrates 10th Annual Baptist Heritage Day

Oct 16, 2009

Bluefield College celebrated its history with an annual Baptist Heritage Day ceremony on campus in October, featuring a keynote address from an authority on Baptist life, Dr. James M. Dunn, former executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs.

Bluefield College Board Honors Donors, Elects Officers

Oct 14, 2009

Bluefield College's Board of Trustees recently convened on campus for its annual fall meetings, and during the two-day session the trustees formally recognized two alumni for their contributions to the school and elected officers and new trustees for the coming year.