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Past Bethel College News (Page 2)

Student’s first trip outside U.S. borders is a winner

by Naomi Epp One student reflects on the first-ever Bethel interterm class in Chiapas, Mexico, where the learning spanned Mayan history to ecological diversity.  Read more

Kaufman organ recital will include another Kaufman on trombone

Rosi Penner Kaufman's organ recital in the Ad Building chapel Sun., Feb. 11, at 4 p.m. will include a guest musician, Mitch Kaufman on trombone, on a piece by Gardner Read.  Read more

Schmidt has monster week, earns 5th Player of Week award

by Joshua Booth After a week in which she averaged 30.5 points and 17 rebounds per game, freshman Abby Schmidt earned her 5th KCAC Player of the Week award in women's basketball.  Read more

Vocal ensemble to bring contemporary flavor to HBPA spring season

The widely acclaimed British a cappella ensemble VOCES8 opens the second half of the HBPA season with a concert Friday, Feb. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in Hesston Mennonite Church on the Hesston College campus.  Read more

Bethel and UNICACH look toward exchanges

by M Zuercher After Academic Dean Robert Milliman traveled to Chiapas to sign a formal cooperation agreement, Bethel and UNICACH are busy planning faculty and student exchanges for the future.  Read more

Bethel, UNICACH sign formal cooperation agreement

Bethel vice president for academic affairs Robert Milliman traveled to Chiapas, Mexico, earlier this month to finalize the cooperation agreement between Bethel and Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas (UNICACH).  Read more

Annual Phonathon set to start Feb. 12

The annual Phonathon begins Feb. 12 and runs through Feb. 28, with an early response deadline of Feb. 1 if you don't want or need to receive a call from an alumnus, student or staff member volunteer caller.  Read more

MLK Day speaker says hugs are free but dialogue is costly

by M Zuercher Peace activist Ken Nwadike Jr. told his story at Bethel -- how he came to be known as the Free Hugs Guy and how that turned into a vision for helping people see the humanity in each other and begin to heal deep divisions.  Read more

Thresher track and field opens 2018 to the tune of four broken records

by Joshua Booth Jen Andres sprinted to two school records and qualified for NAIA nationals in her first meet as a college competitor, while Julio Martinez won the 800 meters, and both of them earned KCAC Track Athlete of the Week designation.  Read more

Kauffman Museum continues celebration of Chisholm Trail on Kansas Day

Celebrate Kansas Day! at Kauffman Museum wraps up a year of marking the 150th anniversary of the Chisholm Trail with lots of cowboy- and Wild West-themed activities, demonstrations and programs, Sat., Jan. 27, 1-4 p.m. in and around the museum.  Read more

KIPCOR offers help to anyone wanting skills for dealing with conflict

KIPCOR is offering a series of short courses (seven evenings, two Saturdays in February and March) on different aspects of addressing conflict in workplaces and communities that are intended to be accessible and applicable for almost anyone.  Read more

Jazz quartet Organique to make return appearance on campus

Organique -- Jim Pisano, saxophone, William Flynn, guitar, Pete Zimmer, drums, and Jeremy Thomas, Hammond B3 organ -- will play Thursday, Jan. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium.  Read more

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