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Almost two out of three state university graduates will pay substantially more for their college education than Bethel students. Do the math…

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For 125 years, Bethel has provided excellence in the classroom combined with quality out-of-class learning opportunities, immersing you in hands-on activities where your experience is at the heart of the learning process. Where would you like to put your knowledge to work?

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Based on return on investment, Bethel ranks ahead of Wichita’s public university and is the only Kansas private college ranked in Forbes.com. Who else ranks Bethel at the top of their list?

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Serve regional communities with teammates. Spend spring break assisting hurricane victims. Travel to developing countries to learn and serve. Earn scholarships for dedication to service. How will you make your community, your world a better place?

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A recent survey found 93% of employers agreed that a candidate’s capacity to think critically, communicate clearly and solve complex problems is more important than undergraduate major. Learn how our NEW Undecided Major program can prepare you for your first job and next career.

    Music for trombone — Billie Selichnow’s junior recital is Saturday, Feb. 18, at 3 p.m. in the Administration Building chapel.

    Regular season closes — Threshers travel to Sterling, where JV men play at 2:45 p.m., women at 5 p.m. and men at 7 p.m., Sat., Feb. 18.

    Extreme tactics — The second film in the KIPCOR series for 2016-17 is Do Not Resist, about police militarization in the United States since 9/11, with two Wichita community organizers leading the talk-back following: 3 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 19, in Krehbiel Auditorium.

    Untold history Currently in the Regier Gallery: "Hidden Forces: The Kansas People’s History Project," including work by current students and alumni, and little-known stories from around the state. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays. 2-4 p.m. Sunday, through Feb. 24.

    Apply today! — Do you: Attend a Kansas high school, a Mennonite high school, or a Mennonite church? Participate in Upward Bound or AVID? Are you a legacy student? You are guaranteed $50,000 in scholarship money.

      South America trip shows distance traveled can be in more than miles

      Stories from people in Mexico open eyes as well as borders

      Students bring back hope for peace from visit to Holy Land

      Costa Rica offers multiple ecosystems, first-hand views of climate change