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Travis Berning, whose exhibit Recent Works opened Feb. 21 in the FAC Gallery, will give the next Greer Lecture, Thursday, March 6, at 7 p.m. in the Ad Building chapel, followed by an artist reception outside the gallery. …
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Leland Brown will be making his first trip to AFA-NIET in April after qualifying in Dramatic Interpretation, while Hank Unruh qualified a second event, at the KASIE tournament held at Bethel Feb. 15. …
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A. Wayne Wiens, Bethel College professor emeritus of biology, died unexpectedly Feb. 6 from complications of a fall suffered in December. He was 77. …
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by Erin Bradley Director of Forensics Mallory Marsh comes to Bethel with a long history of competing and excitement for the future of the program. …
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by Abigail Bechtel Classic American big band music will fill up the stage at Newton's Fox Theater Saturday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m. in a concert by Jazz I with guest musicians Jeff Harshbarger, Brett Jackson and Aaron Linscheid. …
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The recital is Sunday, March 2, at 2:30 p.m. in the Administration Building chapel and will include one duet number as well as solo pieces. …
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Seven outstanding high school musicians will be on campus Saturday, Feb. 22, for a band clinic, which will wrap up with a concert by the Bethel College Wind Ensemble in Krehbiel Auditorium that evening at 7 p.m. …
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Hesston-Bethel Performing Arts presents the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, performing at Hesston Mennonite Church Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7:30 p.m. …
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Hank Unruh, senior from Newton, has qualified for AFA-NIET, the forensics national competition, with a 1st-place finish in Impromptu Speaking during the Zombie Apocalypse Swing tournament at Hutchinson Community College Feb. 8. …
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Visiting Haiti four years after a devastating earthquake, Steph Shogren and the members of her Cross-Cultural Learning Seminar found a country both beautiful and struggling, full of friendly, hospitable people. …
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Thresher football began its signing period Thursday, Feb. 6, National Signing Day, by announcing the names of 20 junior college transfers and more than 70 incoming freshmen who have signed to play in fall 2014. …
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Bethel College, through CIC in fall 2015, will be part of the Hometown Teams initiative, to tell the local story of how sports shapes community, through a grant from the Kansas Humanities Council. …
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Abigail Bechtel recounts the interterm 2014 trip to Chicago for the Studies in Drama class -- seeing plays, visiting different neighborhoods, finding the Willis (Sears) Tower and experiencing Chicago-style pizza for the first time. …
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Ben Kreider reflects on the Concert Choir's interterm tour -- singing in venues in Poland, The Netherlands and Germany, making new friends, fortifying existing friendships, eating great food, deepening spiritual life and putting history into context. …
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KIPCOR will sponsor a screening of Two Sided Story, a documentary that looks at the many facets of conflict in Israel-Palestine, Sunday, Feb. 16, at 3:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium. …
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