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Past Bethel College News: August 2014

Beloved printmaker’s work on display in Bethel art gallery

The Fine Arts Center gallery, newly renovated and renamed in honor of Professor Emeritus of Art Bob Regier, is hosting an exhibit by the late John Boyd of Wichita through Sept. 19, with a reception Thursday, Sept. 18, 6-8 p.m.  Read more

Bethel retains Top 5 national ranking

For the second year in a row, Bethel College appears at No. 3 on the Washington Monthly Best Baccalaureate Colleges list.  Read more

All-campus service project will help feed Harvey County hungry

About 450 students, faculty and staff participated in the Aug. 19 food-packaging event, part of Bethel Bridge, with all 50,000 meals going to the Harvey County Food Pantry.  Read more

Bethel announces new faculty, staff appointments

Bethel has new employees in athletics, residence life, administration and in several academic areas.  Read more

Hesston student receives second Will Scholarship

Veronica Ziegler, a 2014 graduate of Hesston High School, is the recipient of this year's Will Family Scholarship, given for academic achievement and community service.  Read more

New report: Kansas private colleges add $981 million annually to economy

Bethel is one of 18 private, independent colleges in Kansas that collectively generate the equivalent in revenue of nine Super Bowls annually for the state of Kansas.  Read more

For the seventh year, Bethel is on Forbes.com’s top colleges list

When it comes to return on investment (ROI), Bethel is right up there with the big players in Kansas higher education.  Read more

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