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Bethel has 49 KCAC Scholar-Athletes, two Scholar Teams

Bethel's men's basketball team had the most KCAC Scholar-Athletes in its sport, while softball, women's tennis and golf tied for first place.  Read more

Preheim finds culture, service and ministry during summer in the city

Junior Ryne Preheim spent his summer as a Ministry Inquiry Program intern in Kansas City, serving at Rainbow Mennonite Church.  Read more

Interest in rural medicine leads Lawless to scholars program

Junior Cayla Lawless has been accepted into the KU School of Medicine's Scholars in Rural Health program, designed to encourage and support undergraduates interested in someday practicing medicine in rural areas.  Read more

Bethel makes new faculty and staff appointments

Bethel announced new faculty and staff appointments, including five new coaches over the past several months.  Read more

From Kauffman Museum to Kauffman Stadium

Kauffman Museum would like to take you out to the ball game Sept 13, with a day trip that includes museums, Kansas City barbecue and the Royals vs. the As; reservations must be made by Aug. 30.  Read more

Forbes.com 9th annual rankings show Bethel education is worth it

As Forbes.com releases its ninth annual rankings of the country’s best colleges and universities, Bethel remains the only private liberal-arts college in Kansas to be listed.  Read more

HBPA season to feature artists from around the world

Big Muddy Dance Company, Cantus, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the Montreal Guitare Trio and Sybarite5 are in the lineup for the 2016-17 season of Hesston-Bethel Performing Arts.  Read more

Southern moves just down the road to take the helm of tennis program

Richard Southern, who served three years as an assistant tennis coach at Southwestern College, will take charge of Bethel's tennis program beginning Aug. 8.  Read more

Esses returns to KCAC to lead Bethel women’s basketball

Adam Esses, coming to Bethel after two seasons at Kaskaskia College in Centralia, Illinois, will be the new Thresher head women's basketball coach.  Read more

Five additional students named for spring 2016 Dean’s List

Five students were inadvertently left off the Dean’s List when Bethel College earlier announced the names of students whose spring 2016 semester grades have earned academic distinction.  Read more

Kershner to fill career services director position

Allen Wedel, vice president for business affairs, has announced the appointment of Megan Kershner, Hesston, as part-time director of career services, beginning July 18.  Read more

Isaac to leave Bethel tennis position after 10 years

Lonnie Isaac, Bethel head men's and women's tennis coach, has announced his resignation effective June 30, to take advantage of a new position and potential for advancement at another institution.  Read more

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