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The Princeton Review has once again included Berea College in its just-released publication of The Best 385 Colleges: 2020 Edition.
Berea College has been ranked by Nursing Explorer as the best-value RN program, taking the No. 1 spot out of 39 programs ranked in Kentucky.
The newly-built Margaret A. Cargill Natural Sciences and Health Building (MAC) has been awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold certiﬁcation and full project certification by the Forest Stewardship Council.
Question: What do Harvard, Duke, Stanford, Princeton and Berea have in common? Answer: They were all named as the top five elite universities that also are the most affordable for low-income families.
Berea Magazine Features
Beans in the arms, sauerkraut in the bowels and the moon in Gemini—Appalachian gardeners have been using these Zodiac-based traditions for generations to plant their crops and plan their lives. Now, Berea agriculture and natural resources professor Dr. Sarah Hall is collecting an oral history across the region on this unique tradition.