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Past Bethel College News: March 2015

Former Wichita Wild head coach to lead Thresher football

Bethel's new head football coach, Morris Lolar, was a member of a Grey Cup-winning CFL team in 1993 and coached the Wichita Wild to a league championship in 2013.  Read more

Trio Voronezh brings sounds of Russia to HBPA stage

Trio Voronezh makes a return appearance as the final Hesston-Bethel Performing Arts event of this school year, Sunday, April 12, at 3 p.m. on the Hesston College campus.  Read more

Students awarded prestigious fellowships for graduate studies

Senior Dylan Jantz and 2014 graduate Guadalupe Gonzalez have been awarded major fellowships to pursue doctoral studies at the University of Kansas and the University of Texas-Austin, respectively.  Read more

Kauffman Museum looking for sports objects that tell important stories

Rachel Epp Buller is looking for memorabilia that tells stories about how sports help build community, for a special exhibit to run at Kauffman Museum next school year.  Read more

Conference affirms career choice for social work students

Ten social work students attended a conference in Kansas City that proved invaluable for networking, building confidence and showing the potential in their major and career choice.  Read more

KATS announces student honors in athletic training

Bethel had the second-highest number of students to be named to the Kansas Athletic Trainers' Society (KATS) 1st Team for the 2014 academic year.  Read more

Milliman named vice president for academic affairs

Robert Milliman, professor of New Testament and Greek at Cedarville (Ohio) University, has been appointed vice president for academic affairs, beginning July 1.  Read more

Choir to wind up spring tour with home concert March 29

After traveling to churches in Oklahoma and Texas over spring break, the Concert Choir will perform in Mem Hall Sunday, March 29, at 7 p.m.  Read more

New look, features make tuning in to Bethel radio station easier

Jesse Kaufman's redesign of the KBCU website, kbcu.bethelks.edu, makes it easier to listen to and interact with Bethel's student-run radio station.  Read more

Unruh and Schrag to give joint recital with trumpet, bassoon

Braden Unruh, trumpet, and Liz Schrag, bassoon, will give a joint junior recital Sunday, March 15, at 4 p.m. in the Ad Building chapel, featuring works by Vivaldi, Mozart, Osborn, Fasch and Kennan.  Read more

Retired pastor, gun violence prevention advocate, to speak

Rev. James Atwood will speak Thursday, March 19, at 7 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium about his book America and Its Guns: A Theological Expose.  Read more

Work by area artists shows variety of expressions in clay

Six Wichita-area artists who make up the Clay Cartel, including Professor of Art David Long, have recent works on display in the Regier Gallery through March 20.  Read more

Scenes from Mozart operas to be on Bethel stage

The Bethel College Philharmonia and vocalists will present scenes from Don Giovanni, Le Nozze de Figaro and Cosi fan tutti Friday and Saturday, March 13-14, at 7:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium.  Read more

Bethel will take entire forensics team to nationals in April

Clinton Unruh qualified his second event to AFA-NIET and Kendra Gonzalez her first March 7 in Tyler, Texas, at the District 3 Tournament.  Read more

Head football coach Mathis steps down

Bethel College head football coach Martin Mathis has announced his resignation, effective March 2.  Read more

Concert to feature settings from Elizabethan age to 1920s theater

The Wind Ensemble's first concert of the spring semester will be Sunday, March 8, at 3 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium, featuring works by Gordon Jacob and Kurt Weill.  Read more

Students present research poster in national forum

Sophomore Azucena Gonzalez and junior Lila Tibbets, along with 2014 graduate Guadalupe Gonzalez, presented a poster at the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience session in Washington, D.C.  Read more

Bethel doubles number of nationals qualifiers in forensics

After competing in Nebraska over the weekend, Clinton Unruh and Shaelyn Atwood will be going to forensics nationals in Oregon in April.  Read more

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