Local Event to Help Ebola Victims in West Africa

Berean's plan Ebola Event

When the Ebola crisis was at its peak last fall, Berea College students determined then to do something about it. Now local residents can, too, by participating in the “Stop Ebola” event on February 1, 2015.

Striving to live out the College’s commitment to learning, labor, and service, and inspired by the passionate plea of Gyude Moore, a Berea College alumnus from Liberia, the students began planning how they could help stem the crisis, even before it reached America’s shores. Continue reading Local Event to Help Ebola Victims in West Africa

Berea College Graduate Among Liberian Government Appointees

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has appointed a Berea College graduate, William Gyude Moore, as one of her cabinet-level ministers. Moore will head his country’s Public Works Ministry which operates infrastructure programs with the largest allotment in the Liberian national budget. Continue reading Berea College Graduate Among Liberian Government Appointees