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Past Bethel College News: November 2014

Annual Lighting of the Green marks start of Advent

Bethel College's 29th annual Lighting of the Green will take place Sunday, Dec. 7, at 7 p.m. in the center of campus.  Read more

Programmers finish strong in annual competition

Brendan Bergen, Dylan Jantz and Tim Regier of Team "Grey" solved two problems in 161 minutes to finish in the top third of the annual ACM North Central North America regional programming competion, Nov. 8 in Lenexa.  Read more

Nursing students join honor society, prepare for Haiti trip

Nine seniors were inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, the nursing honor society, Nov. 9, and a total of 17 students are preparing for a service trip to Haiti right after final exams, with a fundraising Haitian meal on Thursday, Dec. 4.  Read more

Former Kauffman Museum director wins Distinguished Service Award

Rachel Pannabecker, who retired as Kauffman Museum director in October after 17 years in the position and 30 years at the museum, was honored by the Kansas Museums Association at the annual conference Nov. 7.  Read more

Freshmen do well at Tulsa forensics tournament

Kaitlyn Scribner and Shaelyn Atwood each had a pair of second-place finishes at the Green Country Swing, Nov. 15-16 on the campus of Tulsa Community College.  Read more

Christmas collections are the feature for 5 Places location on Bethel campus

The annual 5 Places of Christmas will take place Saturday, Dec. 6, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and will include the Luyken Fine Arts Center with Christmas collections sponsored by the Bethel College Women's Association, as well as special features at Kauffman Museum.  Read more

Wind Ensemble welcomes guest conductor, high school honors band

The Bethel College Wind Ensemble, joined by a 32-member high school honors band, will play a program of American music from the 20th century Monday, Nov. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium.  Read more

Play incorporates visual techniques from the other side of the world

Ethan Koerner's adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book will be on the Krehbiel Auditorium stage Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21-22, at 7:30 p.m. and will draw on shadow puppetry styles most frequently found in southeast Asia.  Read more

Bethel has first nationals qualifier after Hutchinson forensics tourney

Jacob Miller, sophomore from Westmoreland, qualified for forensics nationals in two events, Informative Speaking and Persuasive Speaking, Nov. 2 at the Loper Rodeo Swing on the Hutchinson Community College campus.  Read more

The installation is the process in current Regier Gallery exhibit

Sculptor Christopher Gulick's show In the Studio LIVE, Part 2, now in the Regier Gallery in the Luyken Fine Arts Center, depends on interaction with visitors to determine what actually goes on display.  Read more

Lectures: What North American Mennonites can, and should, learn from the world

In this year's Menno Simons Lectures, Walter Sawatsky challenged North American Mennonites to pay attention to "Radical Reformation" values found in Mennonite, other Christian and even secular groups around the world.  Read more

Concert to be double treat with classical, jazz

The Mid-Kansas Jazz Ensemble and Bethel College Philharmonia, with guest conductor Daniel Hege, music director of the Wichita Symphony Orchestra, get double billing Monday, Nov. 17, at 7:30 p.m. in Mem Hall.  Read more

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