Category: Schools

Tabor to host soprano Reimer, pianist Haneline in concert

Tabor College invites the public to hear the dynamic duo of soprano Jamie Reimer and pianist Stacie Haneline when they present the concert, “She Persisted” at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25, in the Richert Auditorium within the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts. “All human beings must choose to persist – in relationships, in careers, and in the minutiae of […]

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Tabor Theatre prepares ‘She Loves Me’ for homecoming

Enthusiastic and hitting the ground running, Lauren Carlton and Austin Harleson are excited about their first theatrical challenge since joining the Tabor College faculty this summer. Carlton and Harleson are Theatre professors. Carlton also serves as Theatre director and Harleson as Theatre technical director. The duo met as Master of Fine Arts students in Texas Tech University’s Performance and Pedagogy […]

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Tabor hosts ribbon-cutting for Graduate Studies building

Tabor hosts ribbon-cutting for Graduate Studies building

Holding the ribbon for the ceremonial opening are: (from left) Mark Posson, program director for nontraditional graduate business programs; Frank Johnson, executive vice president of academics and compliance; Lauren Ensey, Hillsboro Chamber president; President Jules Glanzer and Tammy Stefek, director of nursing programs. ” width=”600″ height=”400″ class=”alignleft size-large wp-image-84164″ />Tabor College officially opened its new location for the School for […]

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Tabor Social Justice Club participates in ‘Take Back The Night’

The Social Justice Club at Tabor College will be hosting an event in coordination with “Take Back The Night” Sunday, Sept. 29 through Sunday, Oct. 6. “Take Back The Night” is an organization that strives to end domestic abuse and sexual violence through awareness events and initiatives. The local TBTN event that will be held on Tabor’s campus this year […]

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Phillips will share life in Thailand and Scotland at Lifelong Learning

Join Caleb Phillips, a former Tabor College student, and Cayleigh Phillips, share about their lives living and growing up in Thailand and Scotland, respectively, and how their lives intersected. The program will begin at 9:45 a.m. Oct. 4 in the Heritage Lobby within the Shari Flaming Center for the Arts. The public is welcome to attend all Lifelong Learning programs […]

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Hillsboro Class of 1954 comes together

Hillsboro Class of 1954 comes together

The Hillsboro High School Class of 1954 got together in Hillsboro for a reunion recently. Front row (from left): Lois (Unruh) Reimer, Gwen (Hiebert) Schroth, Lorene (Winter) Smith, Edith (Eitzen) Penner, Marilyn (Hiebert) Jost, Annette (Ewert) Stocklos. Center row (from left): Darlene (Reimer) Schmidt, Harriet (Klaassen) Suderman. Laura (Suderman) Goertzen, LaWanda (Schmidt) Wiens, Caryl (Friesen) Wiebe. Back row (from left): […]

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Tabor College recognized in college rankings

Tabor College was featured in the new and expanded U.S. News Best Colleges 2020 rankings that were released to the public Sept. 9. Tabor was ranked in three categories: No. 6 for “Best Undergraduate Teaching,” No. 24 for “Top Performers on Social Mobility,” and ranked No. 49 among the 88 schools in the Regional Colleges Midwest. “Social Mobility,” a new […]

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Goessel School Board Hears of Seatbelt Safety Promotion at High School

The Goessel school board met on September 9 and heard from junior high/high school principal Scott Boden about a Bucks for Buckles seatbelt safety promotion that took place on September 3. Boden said that Billy Walker of State Farm Insurance was at the school that morning and gave a dollar bill to all students who were wearing a seatbelt as […]

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New Hillsboro schools’ food service gets the thumbs up

After a couple of weeks school under their belts, students reported at the September 9 Hillsboro School Board meeting that they were happy with the new food service system. Appreciating the number of meal choices, principals Evan Yoder and Clint Corby echoed their statements during their quarterly principal reports. It’s been nice to have a good selection, Yoder said. Corby […]

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Pfizer donates laboratory equipment to Tabor College

The Tabor College Science Department recently received a gift of laboratory equipment from Pfizer, the global pharmaceutical giant that operates a manufacturing plant in nearby McPherson. Josh McLoud, assistant professor of Biology, said he had been coordinating with Pfizer over the summer. “They wanted to know if we had equipment needs and I told them, sure,” McLoud said. “We could […]

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