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Past Bethel College News: January 2013

Bethel continues building connections with Haiti for service and learning

Bethel College’s Haiti connection continues to strengthen, most recently through two service-related trips by students and faculty.  Read more

Lytle tells listeners: 'Speak out, or be part of the problem’

While Martin Luther King Jr. “left volumes and volumes of written material,” Rosemary Harris Lytle told her Bethel College audience on Jan. 21, she had come “all the way from Colorado Springs” to talk about just seven of his words.  Read more

James A. Will Family Academic Center wins state contractor award

Sauerwein Construction of Wichita received the Associated General Contractors of Kansas Award of Honor for its work on renovating Bethel's Academic Center.  Read more

Epp Buller to speak on contemporary artists and protest at Wichita museum

Rachel Epp Buller will give a free curator's talk, in connection with the temporary exhibit "Occupy Art: Protest and Empathy for the Worker," Thursday, Jan 24, at 6 p.m. at the Wichita Art Museum.  Read more

Snider exhibit collects images of public art installations

The third alumni exhibit for 2012-13, "Dusty Footprints" by Conrad Snider, is now open in the Fine Arts Center Gallery, with the artist reception scheduled for Jan. 31.  Read more

Sweet Honey brings vocal prowess, rich harmonies to songs for a better world

The internationally renowned women’s a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey In The Rock comes to Bethel College’s Memorial Hall stage Saturday, Feb. 2, as the third concert in the 2012-13 Hesston-Bethel Performing Arts series.  Read more

Student hopes play will plant seeds of peace that grow in others

Bethel College senior Renee Reimer presents the one-woman play "My Name is Rachel Corrie" Friday, Feb. 1, at 7:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium.  Read more

Museum’s Kansas Day to be a celebration of state’s symbols

Kauffman Museum's 16th annual Celebrate Kansas Day!, Saturday, Jan. 26 from 1:30-4:30 p.m., will focus this year on Kansas symbols such as the Western meadowlark and sunflower.  Read more

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