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Opening the boxes: Conference looks at Mennonite roles in the Holocaust

Bethel hosted the first-ever academic conference on Mennonites and the Holocaust (looking at the relationships of Mennonites and Jews in Europe in the 1930s and '40s) to be held in North America, March 16-17 on campus.  Read more

KIPCOR to welcome author/storyteller for concluding anniversary event

KIPCOR will wrap up its series of 30th-anniversary celebration events by hosting author and storyteller Rafe Martin on campus and in the community, with a presentation for the whole family Sun., April 22, at 3 p.m. in Mem Hall.  Read more

Bethel qualifies all team members to national forensics tournament

Emily Kondziola (four events), Candy Dao (three) and Akiyaa Hagen-Depusoir (two) will be going to AFA-NIET, the national forensics tournament, April 4-7 on the campus of Colorado College in Colorado Springs.  Read more

Kansas legends and folktales will be final Chisholm Trail program at museum

Sun., March 25 is the closing reception for The Chisholm Trail: Driving the American West at Kauffman Museum, with extended museum hours 1:30-5 p.m., with a program by Jim Hoy of Emporia State University in Krehbiel Auditorium at 3 p.m.  Read more

Pace of world’s violence calls for a different speed of response, speaker says

Malinda Berry of Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary challenged audiences to think about both violence, and nonviolent responses to it, at a slower pace than the culture demands.  Read more

Artist paints to create pleasure for herself and viewers

Wichita artist Jan Klassen's exhibit of paintings, Back to Nature, is now on display in the Regier Gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center, through March 29, with the reception that evening from 6-8 p.m.  Read more

Junior nursing majors observe lamplighting

Twenty-five of the 26 members of Bethel's nursing Class of 2019 welcomed family and friends to their traditional lamplighting service, held March 3 in Krehbiel Auditorium.  Read more

Tennis sweeps Player of Week awards for Feb. 26-March 4

by Joshua Booth Ryan LaCombe for the men and Kimberly Buzbee for the women earned KCAC Player of the Week designations after a clean-sweep weekend in St. Louis.  Read more

Two education students honored as Teachers of Promise

The teacher education faculty named seniors Stephanie Brown (secondary education -- math, German) and Alyssa Sullivan (elementary/special education) as Teachers of Promise, which allowed them to attend the annual KEEN conference in Topeka last month.  Read more

Student-athletes rack up honors on court, course and in classroom

Women's basketball players Abby Schmidt, Riley Schmieder and Kylee Schunn, men's basketball player Chase Banister, cross-country runners SkyLa O'Neal and Kiley Varney and the women's cross-country team have all been honored recently.  Read more

Bethel adds criminal and restorative justice option to curriculum

The faculty and board have approved a new certificate program, called “Criminal and Restorative Justice,” with the emphasis on the latter, which will be offered starting with the 2018-19 catalog.  Read more

Pace of world’s violence calls for a different speed of response, speaker says

by M Zuercher Malinda Elizabeth Berry from Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary said in her Staley Lectures Feb. 25-26 that the speed at which we encounter violence in today's world actually calls for a slowing down of nonviolent response.  Read more

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