mkbrantley September 4, 2018

A student utilizes technology in the Barton College School of Allied Health and Sport Studies. | Barton College September 4, 2018 – In this increasingly digital age, jobs are now integrated in ways that change industries and, as a by-product, careers. For college students testing the waters of a liberal arts education, this means that […]

mkbrantley September 3, 2018

Luar Mercado Lopez, center, plays Pablo in ‘Sister Act’ through Sept. 9 at Raleigh Little Theatre. | Contributed Photo Septemebr 3, 2018 – As an undergraduate student at Barton College, Luar Mercado Lopez found solace and an escape from his studies through the school’s theater program. “Theater allowed me to express myself in a way […]

mkbrantley September 3, 2018

Michael Dorneman’s sculpture will be included in the First Friday event. | Contributed Photo September 3, 2018 – Three artists with Barton College connections will be celebrated at the Art Ventures & Barnes Corner Gallery First Friday September Open House. The Sept. 7 event, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., will feature figurative painter Joseph Bounds, who […]

mkbrantley August 7, 2018

August 7, 2018 — College Consensus, one of the newest college ranking websites to date, recently announced Barton College in its 2018 “top ten” in two categories:  #8 in its Best Regional Colleges — South; and #9 in its Best Colleges & Universities in North Carolina. Recognized as an aggregate ranking, College Consensus’s rankings are […]

Web Editor May 6, 2017

Dr. Douglas Searcy, Barton’s new president, shared his new strategic plan for the school during his inauguration April 15. “BartonBold” is Searcy’s plan that will be implemented in the school over the next four years. BartonBold Strategic Plan’s purpose is to expand and improve the school’s academic programs and services offered to students. The school […]

Web Editor April 22, 2017

Day of scholarship brought together Barton students and faculty to collaborate and share their research projects on April 11 across the college’s campus. From freshmen to seniors, all students were able to participate and present their ideas to Barton’s community. The event started with an opening plenary featuring Barton graduates whose undergraduate research led them […]

Web Editor April 20, 2016

By Taylor Baker Managing Editor Luisa Torres, junior broadcast video and journalism major, has spent her time at Barton learning, leading and exploring both inside and outside of her major. Torres is actively involved in the communications department. Her involvement ranges from helping on the Collegiate staff to working for Wilson Educational Television (WEDT). Regarding […]

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