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Podcasting from Berea College, the South’s first interracial and coeducational college that focuses on learning, labor, and service. Berea charges no tuition, admitting only academically promising students, primarily from Appalachia, who have limited economic resources. All students must work 10 hours weekly, earning money for their books, room and board. Graduates from Berea go on to distinguish themselves and the College in many fields, including science, arts, education, government, and social services.

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This will be the second game for the Lady Mountaineers during this weekends Pepsi Classic tournament. However, this game will count for or against the Lady Mounties record. They will be coming into this game after a tough loss to... more

This will be the Mountaineers second home basketball game. This game coming after the complete dismantling of Boyce College on November 10th. The Mountaineers will attempt to gain some new fans and re-energize some old... more

Welcome to the first podcast coverage of Berea College Mountaineer Basketball for the 2009-2010 season. The Lady Mountaineers will be attempting to get back on track after their November 13th loss to Walsh University. It is Homecoming... more

Berea College's women's studies department presents "Finding the Deep River Within" with Abby Sexias. This presentation is a part of Berea's Peanut Butter and Gender series.

In the opening convocation of the 2009 academic year, Dr. Larry Shinn addresses the student body. Preceding his talk is a production of "Berea Voices," quotes from Bereans past and present.

This is a replay of the Bluegrass Ensemble's 2009 spring concert.

Pamela Duncan, author of the novels Plant Life, Moon Women, and The Big Beautiful read on Friday, May 1, at a celebration of the spring 2009 issue of Appalachian Heritage, a literary quarterly published by Berea College from the... more

Jennifer Dishman currently lives in Lexington and is a graduate of Eastern KY University with a B.S. in Corrections and Juvenile Services. She is a Veteran of the U.S. Navy and has held a variety of other professional positions.... more

Peanut Butter and Gender presents Nancy Jack Todd. She is the co-founder of the New Alchemy Institute, editor of Annals of Earth, and author of A Safe and Sustainable World: The promise of ecological design. This is one segment of... more

Jayne Anne Phillips, author of the novels Lark and Termite, Motherkind, Shelter, and Machine Dreams, will read on Friday, March 13, at a celebration of the winter 2009 issue of Appalachian Heritage, a literary quarterly published by Berea... more
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