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by Melanie Zuercher Charles Epp, a Bethel graduate and professor at the University of Kansas, spoke on campus Feb. 8 and 9 about a recent book he co-authored outlining a study of police stops and racial profiling. …
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The King's Singers make their seventh appearance with the Hesston-Bethel Performing Arts series Monday, Feb. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Yost Center on the Hesston College campus. …
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Kenneth L. Deckert's six-figure estate gift will be used for campus upgrades, which follows years of generosity to Bethel's math and information technology departments. …
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Charles Epp, professor of public affairs and administration, will speak at Kauffman Museum Sunday afternoon, Feb. 8, at 3 p.m. and Monday in convocation at 11 a.m., looking at racial profiling/stereotyping and police stops. …
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by Emma Bradley We visited four different biological stations, which allowed us to see many of the different environments represented in this beautiful country. …
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by Jesse Voth-Gaeddert Lots of delicious breads were indulged in and non-verbal communication used. Passports were lost, appearances were made in foreign news programs and an appreciation for the history of these places was further enhanced. …
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Debra Payne's Behind the Scenes, on display in the Regier Gallery through Feb. 20, looks at both public spaces and little-seen views of the community of Newton. …
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by Michelle Unruh I was surprised by how much I changed over 3 1/2 weeks. I learned how to take advantage of every opportunity placed in front of me, and how to embrace uncomfortable situations brought on by language barriers and cultural differences. …
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by Renae Stucky The real learning about diversity happened when we ventured 700 miles north of North Newton to Chicago to immerse ourselves in a culture far different than ours. …
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by Melanie Zuercher Sarah Thompson, executive director of Christian Peacemaker Teams, challenged those gathered for Bethel's Martin Luther King Jr. celebration to move toward conflict in order to create space for new life and growth. …
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Kauffman Museum's Kansas Day programming this year, on a theme of "Transportation," starts Jan. 31 at 11 a.m. with historical interpreter Ann Birney in Krehbiel Auditorium and includes events in and around the museum throughout the afternoon. …
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As part of Kauffman Museum's annual Kansas Day celebration, Saturday, Jan. 31, at 11 a.m., Ann Birney will appear on the Krehbiel Auditorium stage as Amelia Earhart just before she disappeared over the Pacific Ocean in 1937. …
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by Melanie Zuercher Scores of people gathered at Kauffman Museum Jan. 11 to honor Rachel Pannabecker's 30 years of service, including the last 18 years as museum director. …
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One of America's longest-standing brass quintets will appear Thursday, Jan. 29, at 7:30 p.m. in Hesston Mennonite Church on the Hesston College campus as the third event in the 2014-15 HBPA series. …
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Excerpts from Freedom Riders will screen Sunday, Jan. 18, at 3 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium, with a discussion to follow with guests Dr. Gretchen Eick and Dr. Galyn Vesey. …
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