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Bethel announces fall 2020 Dean’s List, Honor Roll

January 11th, 2021

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One hundred thirty-three students have posted fall 2020 semester grades that earned them academic distinction.

Students whose semester grade point average is 3.7 or higher are named to the Dean’s List, while those with a GPA of 3.50-3.699 are listed as members of the Honor Roll.

DEAN’S LIST

Elizabeth Alderfer, Newton    

Phillip Balzer, Hurley, S.D.         

Isaiah Bartel, Andover, Kan.          

Emma Beachy, Kalona, Iowa         

Jayde Blain, Cawker City, Kan.            

Karl Bottorf, North Newton         

Milan Bucek, Pelhrimov, Czech Republic                  

Annie Carlson, Freeman, S.D.             

Catherine Carter, Denton, Texas         

Naomi Chavez, Newton                    

Alexis Copeland, El Paso, Texas      

Dannika Day, Yuba City, Calif.        

Logan DeMond, Larned, Kan.                

Rachel Duer, Chapman, Kan.              

A.J. Dugan, Walton, Kan.             

Madison Edson, Newton    

Josie Epp, Marion, S.D.                

Brett Esch, Carollton, Texas               

Ahmed Fall, Staten Island, N.Y.                 

Peyton Fast, Moundridge, Kan.        

Kara Fiedler, Newton        

Maximilian Fields, Valley Center, Kan.       

Justin Foster, Yale, Okla.              

Jaycee Freshour, Oklahoma City           

Nathan Garber, Newton           

Trae Gehring, Pretty Prairie, Kan.                

Jaxie Gerk, Holyoke, Colo.             

Rachel Geyer, Oxford, Iowa     

Jade Gleason, Brush, Colo.             

Kendra Gooden, Wichita           

Natalie Graber, Divide, Colo.          

Aubry Grame, Kalispell, Mont.               

Ryan Gregg, Edmond, Okla.              

Kelly Habegger, Hesston, Kan.        

Kevin Hampton, Friendswood, Texas          

Mikinzie Harkins, Wichita             

Matthew Hernandez, Wichita             

Hailey Hill, Halstead, Kan.                  

Sean Holness, London, U.K.  

Hayden Honomichl, Great Bend, Kan.             

Emily Ingram, Wichita          

Samuel Ishimwe, Newton               

Jadin Kaltenbach, Wichita   

Addie Regier Kauffman, Newton 

Jeffrey Kauffman, Hutchinson, Kan.      

Daniel Kaufman, Moundridge, Kan.            

Jerod Kaufman, Moundridge, Kan.

Arran Kearney, Birkenhead, U.K.

Macee Kelsay, Bentley, Kan.

Joshua Kennell, Newton

Dalen Kistner, Hartford, Kan.

Halle Krehbiel, Hesston, Kan.          

Kelsie Kreutzer, Wichita        

Adam Kroeker, Augusta, Kan.           

Thomas Kucera, Wichita           

Peyton Landrum, Arkansas City, Kan.                  

Jessica LaRocque, Cawker City, Kan.        

Drannon Lenox, Norman, Okla.                 

Krista Loomis, Walton, Kan.

Anna Lubbers, Peabody, Kan.        

Mabel Lugo-Martinez, Rexford, Kan. 

Elizabeth Lumbreras, Newton             

Arthur Mahrer, Fort Pierce, Fla.          

Antonino Mangiapane, Wuppertal, Germany       

Steven Marks, Bakersfield, Calif.         

Keegan Martin, Yale, Okla.          

Alejandra Martinez, Newton           

Joshua McBeth, Liverpool, U.K.        

Lauren McCreary, Skiatook, Okla.   

Stephany Meyer, Newton            

Rachel Miller, Freeman, S.D.      

Cami Mills, Wichita            

Sophia Minder, Lawrence, Kan.

Victoria Mosakowski, Lawrence, Kan.  

Madeline Nachtigal, Lawrence, Kan.      

Emalee Overbay, Louisburg, Kan.

Nalea Payton, El Dorado, Kan.             

Bethany Powls, Garnett, Kan.            

Bethany Regehr, Whitewater, Kan.          

Eli Regier, Newton              

Haley Robinette, South Bloomfield, Ohio

Jensen Roth, Abilene, Kan.             

Abby Schmidt, Newton           

Nolan Schrader, McPherson, Kan.        

Julianna Schrag, Goessel, Kan.        

Jessica Schumann, Valley Springs, Calif.       

Kaitlyn Shima, Topeka, Kan.           

Zachary Shima, Topeka, Kan.            

Jordan Singh, Newton                

Sarah Smith, Topeka, Kan.             

Brandon Strayer, Hutchinson, Kan.          

Amondre Street, Newton    

Jessie Thomas, Sedgwick, Kan.         

Laura Tran, North Newton              

Alayna Wallace, McPherson, Kan.          

Seth Weatherby, Midland, Texas        

Allison Weaver, Hesston, Kan.

Anna Wiens, Goessel, Kan.               

Bryce Wilson, Sterling, Kan.                  

Briley Young, Wichita

HONOR ROLL

Chase Anderson, Topeka, Kan.

Kyle Belvin, Wichita

Joseph Blakesley, Auburn, Kan.

Emily Brandt, Newton              

Jack Brice, Pleasanton, Calif.

Josie Calzonetti, Garden City, Kan.

Jebediah Carlson, Hesston, Kan.

Michael Cech, Modlany, Czech Republic

Sandy Dao, Salina, Kan.                     

Jadyn Diepenbrock, Lincolnville, Kan.    

Angelika Donaldson, Highland, Ill.

Helena Driscoll, Bartonville, Ill.

Eyke Espig, Falkensee, Germany

Oscar Gonzalez, Newton

Lia-Jing Groves, Valley Center, Kan.

Avery Hawkins, Smith Center, Kan.

Harlie Hunton, El Dorado Hills, Calif.

Cayle Irvin, Ben Wheeler, Texas

Natalie John, Valley Center, Kan.

Zachary Kennell, Newton

Mia Loganbill, Hesston, Kan.          

Grace Lumpkins, Russell, Kan.

Jesse McMichael, Highland, Calif.

Kendall Michalski, Topeka, Kan.

Edel Miller, Hillsboro, Kan.

Brandon Phorn, Coweta, Okla.

Laura Pineda, McPherson, Kan.

Katy Ponce, Chino, Calif.

Austin Price, Russell, Kan.

Bethany Rafter, Wichita

Luke Riffel, Newton

Fabian Schmid, Achstetten, Germany

Nathaniel Schmucker, Moundridge, Kan.     

Jaylon Scott, Allen, Texas

Joshua Seabolt, Cimarron, Kan.

Kayla Shirley, Newton           

Capri Stevenson-Bisom, West Berlin, N.J.

J’Lynne Stolsworth, Harper, Kan.     

Kacie Torrens, Castle Rock, Colo.

Stefanie Torres, Newton

Kaylee VanderVeen, Arvada, Colo.

Juan Volker, Vina del Mar, Chile        

Macayla Warren, Amarillo, Texas

Bethel is a four-year liberal arts college founded in 1887 and is the oldest Mennonite college in North America. Known for academic excellence, Bethel ranks at #14 in the Washington Monthly list of “Best Bachelor’s Colleges” and #26 in U.S. News & World Report, Best Regional Colleges Midwest, and earned its third-straight NAIA Champions of Character Five-Star Gold Award, based on student service and academic achievement, all for 2020-21; is Zippia.com’s highest ranked Kansas small college with the highest earning graduates; has the #10 RN-to-BSN program in Kansas according to RNtoBSN.com; and is #57 among 829 U.S. colleges and universities named by lendEDU.com as “Best for Financial Aid,” as well as #23 “Safest College Towns in the U.S.,” ranked by lendEDU.com for 2020-21. For more information, see www.bethelks.edu

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As the first Mennonite college founded in North America, Bethel College celebrates a tradition of progressive Christian liberal arts education, diversity within community, and lifelong learning.