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Past Bethel College News: September 2014

Art faculty’s recent work now on display in Regier Gallery

Ceramics and photography by David Long and prints and artist books by Rachel Epp Buller are on display through Oct. 24, with the artist reception during Fall Festival, Friday, Oct. 17, 6-8 p.m.  Read more

44th Fall Festival to feature facilities, fun run, social work celebration

Fall Festival this year will spotlight the renovations and additions to the Fine Arts Center, a BCAPA-sponsored fun run, the social work department's 40th anniversary celebration and performances on the new outdoor stage (weather permitting).  Read more

John Boyd family donates eight of late artist’s prints to Bethel

The family of John Boyd has donated eight of the late WSU professor's prints to Bethel after a successful inaugural exhibit in the newly renovated Regier Art Gallery in the Fine Arts Center.  Read more

Kauffman Museum exhibit explores climate change, renewable energy

Climate and Energy Central: Doing Science in Kansas is the current special exhibit at Kauffman Museum, through Jan. 18, 2015, with special programs Saturday, Oct. 18 (Fall Festival), and Sunday, Nov. 9.  Read more

Wind Ensemble to open year with concert of classics

The Bethel College Wind Ensemble will play works by J.S. Bach, Wagner, Grainger and Prokofiev in the final event of Family Weekend, Sunday, Sept. 28, at 3 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium.  Read more

Academic dean to step down at end of school year

Brad Born, vice president for academic affairs, has announced his resignation effective June 30, 2015, with plans to return to full-time teaching in literary studies starting in August 2016.  Read more

Student illustrates new children’s book about Kansas’ Big Brutus

Senior Jessie Pohl is the illustrator for a children's book by two Wichita women about Kansas' giant coal-mining machine, Big Brutus.  Read more

Bethel is Top 25 school according to 2015 U.S. News rankings

Bethel is in the top 25 "Best Regional Colleges-Midwest" in the latest rankings by U.S. News & World Report, the highest-ranked of its KCAC peer institutions.  Read more

Film explores stigmas associated with HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa

The KIPCOR Film Series for 2014-15 opens Sunday, Sept. 21, with a screening of Miss HIV, 3 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium, followed by a talk-back session with Martin Wilson of Positive Directions in Wichita.  Read more

After an international start, Krahn Contest now open for second year

The second annual Cornelius Krahn Mennonite Multi-Media Contest for High Schoolers is now open for submissions from secondary school students in the United States and Canada.  Read more

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