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Mennonite Library and Archives volunteer David Haury has completed a detailed listing for the papers of Harley J. Stucky, the second-largest personal collection in the MLA. … Read more

Aaron Barnhart’s long interest in American pacifism led him to explore Civilian Public Service, an alternative service program operated during World War II, and its effects on the present day. … Read more

Aaron Barnhart of the Kansas Humanities Council's Speakers Bureau will explore how alternative service led Kansas Mennonites to spearhead mental-health care reform, Sunday, July 19, 3 p.m. in the Kauffman Museum auditorium. … Read more

The first-ever Kauffman Museum exhibit to focus specifically on a social issue will now become a traveling exhibit that hopefully sparks conversations about stereotyping and race across the country. … Read more

Nearly 20 years ago, Jake Goering of North Newton had the vision to develop a hiking trail on the Bethel campus that is now used and loved by many. … Read more

Although few in the spring class Introduction to Youth Ministry are planning on that as a vocation, the experience opened some new possibilities for a number of students. … Read more

Scholars, athletes and scholar-athletes were rewarded for a year of hard work and accomplishment at the final two convocations of the school year. … Read more

Bethel College associate registrar Kay Schmidt has announced the names of Bethel students whose spring 2015 semester grades have earned academic distinction. … Read more

At the end of this school year, Karen Bauman Schlabaugh, professor of music, received the David H. Richert Distinguished Scholar Award, while Dan Quinlin, professor of languages, was the recipient of the 2015 Ralph P. Schrag Distinguished Teaching Award. … Read more

Mennonite Life's 2015 issue includes sections on the late Vincent Harding, a civil rights activist and former Mennonite pastor, and theologian John Howard Yoder, along with a variety of other articles and book reviews. … Read more

Walk Sand Creek Trail Day, part of the 23rd annual National Trails Day celebration, will be Sat., June 6, 6 a.m.-8 p.m. on Sand Creek Trail, with a special recognition event for Jake Goering at Memorial Grove at 3 p.m. … Read more

Andrew Johnson, who recently completed two years as director of undergraduate admissions at Fresno (California) Pacific University, will become Bethel vice president for admissions starting July 13. … Read more

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