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Sister Care seminar focuses on particular issues of college women

Fifteen Bethel College women took part in a day spent examining their roles in caring for themselves and others by managing stress, focusing on faith formation, compassionate listening and learning how to maintain boundaries. …
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Bethel forensics wraps up regular season at Salina tournament

The forensics team finished the regular season by traveling to Kansas Wesleyan University for the Border Wars Swing Tournament, Feb. 6-7. …
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Filmmaker to be present at showing of fracking documentary

Renard Cohen will be on campus for the showing of his film Groundswell Rising, about grassroots opposition to fracking around the United States, Sunday, Feb. 21, at 3 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium. …
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Organ recital includes music of the season for Valentine’s Day, Lent

Christopher Shaw will give an organ recital of music featuring themes of love and lament, appropriate for Valentine's Day and the season of Lent, Sunday, Feb. 14 at 3 p.m. in the Ad Building chapel. …
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Reimer shows work from five decades of photography

Stan Reimer's exhibit 50 Years of Photography is in the Regier Art Gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center through Feb. 19, with the artist reception Thursday, Feb. 18, from 6-8 p.m. …
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Culture and food adventures are highlights of China interterm

by Connor Born Swarms of people, millennia of arts and cultural history and a range of food options seldom seen in Chinese restaurants in the United States were all part of a two-week interterm experience in China. …
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Food, castles, museums and soccer all part of Germany interterm

by Mareike Bergen Travel all over Germany, home stays in Switzerland, boys' choir concerts and soccer in the Olympic Stadium were just a part of this past January's interterm travel course in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. …
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Bethel keeps qualifying forensics competitors for nationals

Shekhinah Jones was tournament champion in Prose Interpretation at the Zombie Apocalypse Day #2 Jan. 31, qualifying the event for AFA-NIET, while Candy Dao was tournament champion in Poetry Interpretation. …
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