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Past Bethel College News (Page 3)

Artist creates connections of memory to long-gone Mennonite ancestors

Gesine Janzen's interactive, multi-media installation Memory Matters is in its final month at Kauffman Museum (closes May 28).  Read more

Young Alumnus Award winner’s work knows no boundaries

Newton native Kate Becker, who now works with space weather observation for NOAA in Washington, D.C., will give her Young Alumnus convocation next fall.  Read more

Outstanding Alumnus 2017 has spent a lifetime caring for people, churches

Harold Thieszen, North Newton, who has spent more than 60 years in ministry with congregations and nonprofit organizations, will receive the Outstanding Alumnus Award at the Alumni Banquet June 3.  Read more

Achievement awardee led company to corporate, community citizenship

Paul Mullet, CEO and president of Excel Industries in Hesston and Bethel’s 2017 Distinguished Achievement Award winner, will be honored at the Alumni Banquet June 3.  Read more

Concert on the Green wraps up Bethel jazz year

Jazz Ensembles I and II will give the annual Jazz on the Green concert (in Krehbiel Auditorium in case of bad weather) Weds., March 10, at 8 p.m.  Read more

New Bethel band to show their steel-plated stuff in May 11 concert

by Sam Bertholf Thursday, May 11, at 7 p.m. in Mem Hall, the Bethel College Steel Drum Band will give their first formal concert, with opening act The Parrotheads, a faculty/staff steel drum group.  Read more

Haydn mass, Mozart piano concerto on program for annual Masterworks

by Sam Bertholf Masterworks is Sun., May 7, at 3 p.m. in Memorial Hall, with Haydn's Missa in Angustiis and the Mozart A-major piano concerto, featuring Karen Bauman Schlabaugh, who retires as professor of music at the end of this school year.  Read more

Annual URICA Symposium includes science, art, internships

The URICA Symposium begins with the Student Art Exhibit reception April 27 and ends with the Wind Ensemble concert April 30, and includes the spring play, April 28-29, and a day of student presentations, Fri., April 28.  Read more

Final Wind Ensemble concert of year promises to be a prize winner

by Sam Bertholf The Wind Ensemble's spring concert -- Sun., April 30, 3 p.m. in Mem Hall -- will feature three pieces by three different Pulitzer Prize winners: Howard Hanson, Aaron Copland and Zhou Long (premiere of a commissioned piece).  Read more

Small Canadian town fights a battle in wake of war in Bethel spring play

by Sam Bertholf Unity (1918) by Kevin Kerr, Bethel's spring drama, Fri. and Sat., April 28-29 at 7:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium, describes the struggles of a community facing Spanish flu and other results of the First World War.  Read more

Jazz trio with drummer Zimmer will be in Krehbiel Auditorium April 23

Pete Zimmer will join Jim Pisano's trio Organique for a special concert Sun., April 23, at 5:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium (right after the KIPCOR Film Series presentation).  Read more

Parenting, art and activism important to next Greer Lecturer

Chicago-based artist Christa Donner will give the next Greer Lecture, Mon., April 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the chapel, after meeting with the Activism, Art and Design class earlier that day.  Read more

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