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Past Bethel College News: September 2012

Fall Fest musical: classic family fare, and metaphor for Bethel anniversary

For this year’s Fall Festival, the Bethel College theater department is bringing a well-loved musical to the Krehbiel Auditorium stage.  Read more

125th-anniversary celebration will highlight 42nd Fall Festival

Bethel College is turning 125 in 2012 and though there will be special events throughout the year, the bulk of them happen during the 42nd annual Fall Festival, Oct. 10-14 this year.  Read more

Bethel community responds to tragedies at Tabor, McPherson

Bethel College students, faculty and staff took a few minutes out of convocation Sept. 24 to remember their counterparts at two sister schools.  Read more

North Newton declares Bethel College Month

North Newton has designated October 2012 as Bethel College Month.  Read more

Kauffman Museum offers free admission on annual Museum Day

NORTH NEWTON, KAN – Kauffman Museum at Bethel College, along with the Harvey County Historical Museum in Newton, will participate in the Smithsonian’s Museum Day Live! for the eighth consecutive year. Saturday, Sept. 29, the two museums – along with … Read more

Priest to speak on School of the Americas, women’s ordination

NORTH NEWTON, KAN – A well-known peace activist returns to south central Kansas this week, with two public appearances on the Bethel College campus. Wednesday, Sept. 26, Father Roy Bourgeois will speak at Kaufman House, the offices of the Kansas … Read more

Delaying college for service can yield multiple benefits, students say

It has become a small but significant Bethel College tradition for a certain number of graduates each year to choose voluntary service right after college.  Read more

Despite scores, football is having a good season

NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Morale on the Bethel College football team is high. Not what you might expect, given a head coach resignation two weeks before athletes arrived on campus for the 2012 season, a string of injuries that resulted in only 36 players … Read more

Book brings together professor’s worlds of art and mothering

NORTH NEWTON, KAN – Life for Rachel Epp Buller, Bethel College assistant professor of art, is a complex mix of mothering three children, teaching art and creating her own. Now Epp Buller has edited a book in which she, 22 other women and one man … Read more

Bethel makes third national ranking for 2012-13

NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – As of Sept. 12, Bethel College has taken its place on three national college ranking lists. The longest running and most recently announced of these is the U.S. News & World Report 2013 edition of Best Colleges. For the second … Read more

Senior has prize photo at Kansas State Fair

NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Though Bethel College senior Audra Miller has been “taking photos” since 4th grade and the days of disposable cameras, she began doing serious photography in high school when a friend wanted senior pictures but couldn’t afford to … Read more

Children invited to expressive arts event in Mem Hall

NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – The Bethel College Women’s Association is starting off this school year with an expressive arts event for children involving several college departments. “Tales and Tunes – Adventures with Aesop” is a free, interactive concert, … Read more

Students find summer break a time of both earning and learning

NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Just because a school year ends and students leave for the summer doesn’t mean the learning stops, as Bethel College students can attest. During the three months between the end of May and the end of August, Bethel students, … Read more

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