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Past Bethel College News: February 2013

Kauffman Museum speaker looks at Lincoln history, memory through images

Brian Craig Miller, Emporia State University, will speak on "The Tattered Lincoln Photo Album: Lincoln's Likeness and Image in History and Memory" March 10 at 3:30 p.m. in the Kauffman Museum auditorium.  Read more

Allison Yoder to give senior voice recital

Allison Yoder, coloratura soprano, will give her senior recital Saturday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Ad Building chapel.  Read more

Artist enjoys using Newton, North Newton as subjects

Joseph Loganbill's exhibit of oils, "A Journey in Painting," is now in the Fine Arts Center Gallery, through March 28.  Read more

Bethel College Concert Choir to head east for spring break tour

The Bethel College Concert Choir will be singing in Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois during the 2013 spring break tour, March 15-24.  Read more

Arts, farming, sustainability important to 2013 Young Alumnus awardees

Sherilyn and Will Ortman, Marion, S.D., co-recipients of this year's Young Alumnus Award, will speak in convocation Friday, April 12.  Read more

Students organize campus blood drive for Feb. 27

There will be a Red Cross blood drive on campus Wednesday, Feb. 27, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in Memorial Hall.  Read more

Washburn professor to give program on Gettysburg Address

The first of two programs connected to the special exhibit at Kauffman Museum, "Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War," will be Sunday, March 3, at 3:30 p.m. in the museum auditorium.  Read more

Bethel represented at KMEA by vocal and instrumental groups

Bethel College will have four music groups at the upcoming annual convention of the Kansas Music Educators Association in Wichita, Feb. 21-23, including an instrumental trio composed of three seniors.  Read more

Play turns Shakespeare heroines against type

A “feminist comedy” by a Canadian playwright comes to Bethel College’s Krehbiel Auditorium stage Feb. 21-23.  Read more

Staley speaker to delve further into incarceration in U.S.

James Logan will continue the discussion on the U.S. prison industrial complex that Rosemary Harris Lytle began at Bethel College several weeks ago.  Read more

Bethel hires new volleyball coach

Bethel College Athletic Director Kent Allshouse has announced that John Marble, most recently head volleyball coach at Dawson Community College, Glendive, Mont., has been hired to lead the Thresher volleyball program.  Read more

Lincoln exhibition reveals constitutional challenges of Civil War

“Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War,” a traveling exhibition opening at Kauffman Museum at Bethel College Feb. 23, examines how President Abraham Lincoln used the Constitution to confront three intertwined crises of the Civil War: Southern secess  Read more

Jerusalem Seminar reveals bedrock of history and faith

Participating in a three-week Bethel College interterm trip to Jordan, Israel and Palestine, Jan. 2-23, was a dream come true for Ben Kreider and Sara Regier, both of North Newton, with the added benefit of getting to do it together.  Read more

Shade recital to include concerto, other music for euphonium

Timothy Shade, Bethel College assistant professor of music and director of instrumental music and music education, will present a euphonium recital Sunday, Feb. 17, at 3 p.m. in the Administration Building chapel.  Read more

Bethel connections help boy’s KU basketball dream come true

by Melanie Zuercher NORTH NEWTON, KAN.– Community can do a lot of things – even make a little boy’s dream come true. Kristin Larson-Jantzi, an admissions counselor at Bethel College, has a 9-year-old son, Beckham, who’s crazy about basketball – … Read more

Andrew Miller to give senior voice recital

Andrew Miller, Marion, S.D., will give his senior voice recital Saturday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m. in the Administration Building chapel.  Read more

Interterm trip looks at effects of history on people of East Central Europe

The interterm course History of East Central Europe enabled students to grapple with complex historical, political, religious and social issues and to understand how history affects the way people live today.  Read more

Bethel announces football signings

Feb. 6, a national “signing day” in football for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, Chi-Emeke Worthington, co-defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator, announced the 2013 signing class.  Read more

German interterm a mix of culture, history, food and friendship

There were three life lessons I experienced during interterm in Germany, where we visited more than 10 cities in two-and-a-half weeks.  Read more

Week in Chicago an education in cultural diversity

In January, I had the privilege of traveling to Chicago for a week with a group of fellow education students in the School and Community class.  Read more

HBPA to present a treasure of Mexican traditional music and dance

The Ballet Folklorico “Quetzalli” de Veracruz comes to south central Kansas Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Hall, to share indigenous and other traditional Mexican music and dance.  Read more

Seven students inducted into nursing honor society

Seven senior nursing majors were inducted Nov. 6 into Sigma Theta Tau, an international nursing honor society.  Read more

Stucky qualifies for second forensics nationals event

Marike Stucky, junior from Moundridge, is now qualified for AFA-NIET in Prose Interpretation as well as Program of Oral Interpretation.  Read more

Interterm in Costa Rica full of life

This interterm I traveled to the beautiful country of Costa Rica with 15 other Bethel College students and our instructor Jon Piper and his wife Beth. The focus was tropical biology.  Read more

Mexico interterm reveals injustice along with human resilience

Going on an interterm trip was my goal since I became a student at Bethel College.  Read more

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