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Past Bethel College News: June 2014

Two-sport athlete signs with Bethel

Elise Gerlach, a transfer from Cowley Community College, has signed to play women's soccer and basketball next year.  Read more

Training helps teachers create positive discipline through restoring relationships

Over the past three years, KIPCOR staff have led a number of Restorative Schools Initiative trainings – aimed at public school teachers, administrators and social workers – on “classroom discipline and school climate.”  Read more

Bethel maintains high pass rate for national nursing exam

For the third year in a row, Bethel College nursing graduates exceeded the national average pass rate for the licensure examination for registered nurses.  Read more

Bethel announces spring 2014 Dean’s List, Honor Roll, graduates

NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Bethel College associate registrar Kay Schmidt has announced the names of Bethel College students whose spring 2014 semester grades have earned academic distinction. Students are eligible for semester honors provided they … Read more

Community acceptance directs graduate toward voluntary service

While several Bethel seniors each year typically choose voluntary service, that wasn't automatic for Wes Goodrich.  Read more

Professor awarded Fulbright, will teach in Ukraine

Professor of Communication Arts John McCabe-Juhnke has been awarded a Fulbright fellowship for the 2014-15 school year.  Read more

Fifth Mennonite Life: From Yoder to immigration to music video

The fifth annual issue of Mennonite Life is now live and offers a large number of articles in several theme groupings.  Read more

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