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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 names 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

MLA partners with KU, K-State for Vietnam exhibit at KU library

Bethel's Mennonite Library and Archives provided material for an exhibit currently in the Haricombe Gallery of KU's Watson Library on Kansans' response to the Vietnam War, from protest to support to tribute, on display through Jan. 12, 2018.  Read more

Programmers finish first in online contest

Bethel computer programming students found a way to have fun and be successful in a competitive setting with a small online contest just before Thanksgiving.  Read more

Exhibit uses paint, photography to embody grief, anger and the push for truth

by M. Zuercher Jerry Holsopple's exhibit of paintings using photo transfers, currently in the Regier Gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center, is an exploration of abuse of power through sexualized violence, and a lament for the culpability of church leaders a  Read more

Beloved Advent tradition has endured for more than 30 years

by Sam Bertholf The 31st annual Lighting of the Green will be Sunday, Dec. 10, starting at 8 p.m. -- the annual event when the Bethel community circles the Green with lit candles to symbolize the light of Christ coming into the world.  Read more

Inaugural winter run will honor Neufeld’s memory, legacy

Russ Neufeld, who died last January, loved Mojo's, and played there with his band the Ne'erdowells a number of times -- so Mojo's is the starting point and a main sponsor for a winter race (9K and 2-mile) called Run the Neuf, Jan. 13, 2018.  Read more

Christmas goes Caribbean with steel drum holiday concert

by Sam Bertholf The Bethel College Steel Drum Band and the faculty-staff-community band Steel Paradise will play their first-ever Christmas concert Sunday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. in Mem Hall.  Read more

Symposium: Using the body brings Scripture, worship to life

by M Zuercher The 4th biennial Worship and the Arts Symposium, held at Bethel Nov. 18, looked at how using the physical body, through theater, laughter and dramatic Scripture performance, can enhance worship and connection to God.  Read more

Football coaching staff undergoes major transitions

Morris Lolar, head football coach, and Kevin Griffin, assistant coach, have resigned their positions effective Nov. 21.  Read more

Boettger returns to alma mater to join jazz faculty

by Sam Bertholf After completing a master's degree at Eastman School of Music, Joel Boettger is back at Bethel, directing Jazz Ensemble II, Jazz Combo II and teaching classes in jazz.  Read more

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