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Past Bethel College News: August 2013

Concert will celebrate local musician and raise money for tornado relief

The Misguided Professors and The Book of JEBB, groups who both feature Jesse Graber on fiddle, will play in Mem Hall Sunday, Sept. 15, at 3 p.m., in a free concert with donations taken for tornado relief in central Oklahoma.  Read more

Artist seeks surprise, mystery and humor in her work

"A Look Beyond the Obvious," featuring colored pencil drawings and digital paintings by Ann Krone, is on display in the Fine Arts Center Gallery through Friday, Sept. 20, with an artist reception Sept. 19, 6-8 p.m.  Read more

First-time counselors find the passion through camp experience

Seniors Travon Lewis and Danny Barrera reflect on their first experience as counselors at Camp Mennoscah near Murdock this past summer.  Read more

Bethel moves up a notch, to No. 3, in national ranking

President Perry D. White announced in convocation Aug. 26 that Bethel College, appearing for the second year on the "Washington Monthly" Best Baccalaureate Colleges list, had moved up from #4 to #3.  Read more

Retired professor reflects on historic march, 50 years later

Dwight Platt, professor emeritus of biology, and his wife LaVonne were at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Aug. 28, 1963, and Platt will speak about the experience in chapel Wednesday.  Read more

Garden's giving widens to community, cafeteria

The first produce from Aladdin Food Service Director Nolan Corne's first efforts in Sand Creek Community Gardens may be appearing in the cafeteria now and then.  Read more

Local men part of winning team for annual Henderson golf benefit

HENDERSON, NEB – Twenty-seven golfers participated in the 20th annual Summer Thresher Golf Classic Aug. at Galaway Creek Golf Course, Henderson, Neb. The 18-hole, four-person scramble tournament benefited Bethel College. First place went to the team … Read more

Women’s basketball announces signing of Rachel Green

Rachel Green, a 5'4" guard, comes to Bethel from Berkner High School, Dallas.  Read more

Bethel continues recovery from flooding, storms

Sand Creek Trail on campus remains hazardous because of partially downed trees following high winds in an Aug. 5 storm.  Read more

Bethel makes new faculty and staff appointments

NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Bethel College announces the following new faculty and staff appointments for the 2013-14 school year: Nancy Ciskey, associate professor of nursing . She has an A.A. in nursing from Hutchinson Community College, a BSN from … Read more

Golf team garners academic honors

The 2012-13 golf team was recognized for academic achievement for the third year in a row by the Golf Coaches Association of America.  Read more

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