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Steven Wingate will be on campus Oct. 27, including a reading in Memorial Grove (bad weather alternate: Ad Building chapel) starting at 7:30 p.m., and Jeff Gundy Nov. 1–2, with a reading of recent poetry during convocation Nov. 2 at 11 a.m. … Read more

New Testament scholar Tom Yoder Neufeld, Waterloo, Ontario, speaks on campus Oct. 25–26, and Safwat Marzouk, a professor of Old Testament at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, Oct. 29–30, with all lectures in Krehbiel Auditorium. … Read more

As Bethel students returned from fall break, they learned of the passing of Qadrey Tolliver, a first-year student from Kempner, Texas. … Read more

Lori Schmidt-Harrison, Pasadena, California, and Wynn Goering, Albuquerque, were appointed to the Bethel board at fall meetings Oct. 8–9, to start their terms Jan. 1, 2016. … Read more

Hot Club of San Francisco opens the 2015–16 season of Hesston-Bethel Performing Arts Saturday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium, with music accompanying films by early filmmakers Ladislaw Starewicz and Charley Bowers. … Read more

Dan Quinlin, professor of languages, was among 17 faculty members selected to receive the Kansas Independent College Association’s (KICA) 2015 Faculty of Distinction award. … Read more

The Bethel College Board of Directors unanimously approved a strategic plan that has been in development since 2014 and is designed to carry the college through 2022. … Read more

Jacob Miller, and the Threshers forensics squad, needed only two swing tournaments to, respectively, qualify for forensics nationals and bring home the first sweepstakes trophy of the year. … Read more

Seniors Allie Shoup and Josh Janzen spent 11 weeks of their summer as pastoral interns with the Ministry Inquiry Program, Shoup in North Newton and Janzen in Salem, Oregon. … Read more

The first theater production of the year, Oct. 9–11 during Fall Festival, is Brooklyn Bridge by Melissa James Gibson, the heartwarming story of how a girl discovers connections and community in New York City. … Read more

Most Fall Festival activities — including a variety of class and special group reunions — take place on campus Saturday, Oct. 10, starting with New Year's cookies and going through the homecoming football game. … Read more

“Gail Lutsch and Bob Regier: Recent Works” opened in the Regier Art Gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center Sept. 25, with the artist reception to be held during Fall Festival, Friday, Oct. 9, 6–8 p.m. … Read more

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