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Past Bethel College News: December 2017

Bethel announces reduced hours for the holidays

Thresher Shop, the library and Mojo's have reduced hours (and some closures) over the holidays, through Jan. 3, while Kauffman Museum retains its regular hours (closed Mondays).  Read more

Museum concludes WWI programs with Community of Christ speaker

Andrew Bolton of the Community of Christ (formerly Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints) will speak at Kauffman Museum Sun., Jan. 7, at 3 p.m. on his church's embrace of pacifism and turn toward Anabaptism.  Read more

Terry Harrison named head football coach

by Joshua Booth After five seasons at Wichita Heights High School, including four Kansas 5A regional championships, Terry Harrison begins his collegiate coaching career at Bethel College, as announced Dec. 18 by Bethel Athletic Director Tony Hoops.  Read more

Haynes will be new VP for student life

Interim President John Sheriff has announced the appointment of Samuel C. Haynes, Claremont, California, as vice president for student life and dean of students, beginning in January.  Read more

Kauffman Museum board appoints interim director

Linda Rostine Schmitt of Hutchinson, who retired in 2015 as the executive director of the Reno County Historical Society, will begin Jan. 2, 2018, as interim director of Kauffman Museum, to serve until a new director is named.  Read more

Graduate among journal’s list of quiet influencers in nonprofit world

Bethel's 2016 Young Alumnus Award winner, Aziza Hasan, is among those featured in the current issue of The Chronicle of Philanthropy for having a quiet but powerful impact in the nonprofit world.  Read more

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