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Past Bethel College News (Page 3)

Isaac to leave Bethel tennis position after 10 years

Lonnie Isaac, Bethel head men's and women's tennis coach, has announced his resignation effective June 30, to take advantage of a new position and potential for advancement at another institution.  Read more

Art professor successful with grant for new course

Rachel Epp Buller will receive a grant from the National Art Education Foundation to help with the development of a new course, Activism, Art and Design, set for spring semester 2017.  Read more

Kreider’s spirit present at biennial Mennonite faculty conference

The periodic meeting of faculty members and academic deans from the Mennonite colleges, universities and seminaries in the United States and Canada took place at Bethel May 25-27.  Read more

Kohlman appointed new alumni director

Brad Kohlman, a 2007 Bethel graduate, will become the new director of alumni relations as Dave Linscheid retires after 16 years.  Read more

Forensics coach receives Distinguished Teaching Award

As a young professor, Bethel College’s Mallory Marsh, instructor of communication arts and director of forensics, has already made a significant impact on her students.  Read more

Bethel announces spring 2016 Dean’s List, Honor Roll

Bethel College has announced the names of students whose spring 2016 semester grades have earned academic distinction.  Read more

Mennonites and writing are backbone topics for Mennonite Life 2016

The latest issue of Mennonite Life is now online, and includes the text of Jeff Gundy's 2015 Menno Simons Lectures, several tributes to the late Robert S. Kreider and a variety of student writing, along with much more.  Read more

Fox resigns as women’s basketball coach

Head women's basketball coach Mark Fox has resigned effective June 30 and will become assistant men's basketball coach and sports information director at Tabor College.  Read more

To find your path, follow your passion, commencement speaker says

Bethel alumnus Daniel Hege addressed the largest class of graduates in at least a decade (131 counting those in absentia) with six points about how to discover and build a life that is your own.  Read more

Sand Creek Trail marks five years on national registry

The public is invited to the fifth annual "Walk Sand Creek Trail Day," Sat., June 4, when members of the Sand Creek Trail Committee will be at the Memorial Grove trailhead, 6 a.m.-8 p.m., with water for people and dogs.  Read more

2016 Achievement Award winner’s work has created therapies to treat illness

Duane Schroeder, who will be honored as the 2016 Distinguished Achievement awardee at the June 4 Alumni Banquet, spent a career as a biochemist, developing therapies to help treat emphysema, HIV and thrombosis, among others.  Read more

Outstanding Alumnus 2016 puts cast-offs to work serving the needy

LaVon Ediger, who will be honored as the 2016 Outstanding Alumnus at the June 4 Alumni Banquet, was a driving force behind the ReUseIt Shop in McPherson, where construction materials are recycled to raise money for relief and service.  Read more

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