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New students work together to package 20,000 meals that the Salvation Army will use to feed the hungry in Harvey County. … Read more

Some of the finest jazz musicians in the Wichita and Kansas City areas will perform in Krehbiel Auditorium Sunday, Aug. 23, at 3 p.m. … Read more

Nathan Gamache, Halstead, is this year's recipient of the Will Family Scholarship, which rewards community service and academic performance in honor of the late James A. Will. … Read more

Bethel has announced new administration, faculty and staff appointments for the 2015-16 school year. … Read more

Bethel College Professor Emeritus of Sociology Howard M. Snider died at his home in North Newton Sunday, Aug. 2, at the age of 92. … Read more

Once again, Bethel is the only private liberal arts college in the state to make's list of top colleges, ranking ahead of Wichita State University in return on investment (ROI). … Read more

One goal Professor of Communication Arts John McCabe-Juhnke had for his sabbatical in Ukraine in 2014-15 was to test and refine his own capacity for empathy. … Read more

Chanticleer and Cherish the Ladies are among the five groups spanning genres and sounds in this school year's Hesston-Bethel Performing Arts series. … Read more

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

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