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Past Bethel College News: July 2013

Heavy rainfall ends drought, floods Bethel buildings

Memorial Hall, Thresher Gym and Goering Hall sustained significant water damage when the Kidron-Martin Canal overran its banks following 4-plus inches of rain in several hours July 29.  Read more

Football has positive impact on individuals, campus, players say

Former and current football players George Leary, Michael Unruh and Leland Brown shared what playing the game at Bethel has taught them during the Mennonite convention in Phoenix in early July.  Read more

Bethel makes Forbes.com list for sixth year

Bethel College is the only private, liberal arts college in Kansas to be ranked in Forbes.com’s 2013 analysis of top U.S. colleges and universities.  Read more

Retiring from Bethel, two leave legacy both seen and unseen

Diane Flickner retired this summer after 35 years coaching, teaching and lead the athletics department, and Sondra Bandy Koontz after 15 years as vice president for advancement.  Read more

Play gives Bethel student words to express her desire for peace

Senior Renee Reimer performed the one-woman play "My Name is Rachel Corrie" July 4 at the Mennonite Church USA convention in Phoenix, with Corrie's parents, Cindy and Craig, in the audience.  Read more

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