Southwest Virginians have an ear for music, and the “Crooked Road Royalty” photo and film exhibit at Bluefield College showcases and pays tribute to the long history of picking and singing in the Appalachian Mountains. The exhibit is part of the Baptist-affiliated college’s year-long symposium celebrating the history, culture, traditions and people of Appalachia. It is free to the public through Nov. 17.

Published in 2011 Archives

When Bluefield College students return for the fall semester, they just might not recognize the school’s dining hall, thanks to the completion of a quarter-million-dollar renovation project this summer inside Shott Hall, the most significant to the building since the 1920s.

Published in 2011 Archives

BLUEFIELD, Va. -- Dozens of youth from nine different churches and communities across Virginia and West Virginia made spiritual decisions during Bluefield College’s recent ‘Winter Blast,’ an extreme sport and worship weekend that included skiing, concerts and deepening of Christian faith.

Published in 2010 Archives
BLUEFIELD, Va. -- Bluefield College’s board of trustees recognized two alumni for their contributions to the school and elected officers and new trustees during its recent annual fall meeting.
Published in 2010 Archives

BLUEFIELD, Va. -- A professor’s challenge motivated a Bluefield College student to create a non-profit organization that funds college education and teacher training for Haitians.

Published in 2010 Archives

Bluefield College has reduced its tuition and fees for degree completion students by 25 percent.

Published in 2011 Archives

As part of its mission to prepare innovative learners, Bluefield College will offer its students an opportunity to learn firsthand the Chinese culture, history and language, thanks to a new international exchange program with the Jiangsu Institute of Education in Nanjing, China.

Published in 2009 Archives

BLUEFIELD -- 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 -- James M. Dunn, former executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs.

Published in 2009 Archives
BLUEFIELD -- Bluefield College began this fall's semester with a 22 percent increase in new student enrollment and the highest new traditional student figures since 2006. Traditional new student numbers at BC totaled 175 this fall, up 32 from the 143 a year ago.
Published in 2009 Archives
Friday, 07 August 2009 20:00

Bluefield College cottages renovated

BLUEFIELD -- More than 100 members of Baptist churches from across Virginia and Tennessee spent part of their summer on the campus of Bluefield College, joining staff in renovated cottages.

Published in 2009 Archives
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