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Past Bethel College News (Page 2)

Students gain practical experience while aiding Admissions efforts

by Austin Prouty Adding to the existing Admissions staff efforts, a group of students from Bobby Lloyd’s Sales class have started calling prospective students, gaining real-world experience on cold-calling.  Read more

New books examine Mennonite engagement with society in Europe, Kansas

The two newest books in Bethel's Wedel Series, published by the Mennonite Library and Archives, are the presentations from the Mennonites and Modernity conference in 2010, and the second volume of James Juhnke's study of Kansas Mennonites and politics.  Read more

Students present at chemistry society conference

Six Bethel students presented research to peers, faculty and representatives of the chemical industry as part of a regional meeting of the American Chemistry Society in Manhattan, Oct. 26-28.  Read more

Programmers make annual trip to regional contest

Six computer programming students competed in two teams at the annual ACM Programming Contest Oct. 29 in Kansas City, finishing solidly in the top half among teams from colleges and universities in eight states and two provinces.  Read more

Unruh is Bethel’s fourth nationals qualifier in forensics

Clinton Unruh's 5th-place finish in Extemporaneous Speaking at the Green Country Swing in Tulsa Oct. 29 qualifies him for the national collegiate forensics tournament next spring.  Read more

Board Executive Committee names chair, board reps for presidential search

Dan Flickinger of San Francisco will chair the presidential search committee as it works to find a replacement for President Perry D. White, who announced last month he will step down as of the end of the 2016-17 academic year.  Read more

Choral showcase is back by popular demand

Bethel Sings, Second Edition, featuring the Women's Chorus, the Men's Ensemble, Open Road, Woven and the Concert Choir, is Sunday, Nov. 6, at 3 p.m. in Bethel College Mennonite Church.  Read more

Mennonite witness by example must give way to action, says lecturer

In the Menno Simons Lectures, Oct. 30-31, Perry Bush of Bluffton University looked at the history of U.S. Mennonites' social engagement and related it to current political and economic realities.  Read more

Writer’s work reflects Cherokee heritage in multiple genres

The Bethel Visiting Writers Series presents Diane Glancy, who will be on campus Thursday-Friday, Nov. 3-4, with a public reception at Mojo's Thursday evening, 6:30-8, and a convocation presentation Friday at 11 a.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium.  Read more

Performing arts series to open with St. Louis-based dance company

The contemporary jazz dance group The Big Muddy Dance Company opens the 2016-17 Hesston-Bethel Performing Arts Series with a performance in Krehbiel Auditorium, Friday, Nov. 11, at 7:30 p.m.  Read more

One month into competition, forensics has three nationals qualifiers

Senior Jacob Miller, sophomore Emily Kondziola and freshman Akiyaa Hagen have qualified a total of eight events for the national forensics tournament to be held in early April 2017.  Read more

Forensics starts strong in new tournament season

The Bethel forensics team got off to a strong start with good showings in their first tournaments of the 2016-17 season.  Read more

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