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Past Bethel College News (Page 4)

Mennonite Life 2017: Is Anabaptism actually 500 years old?

The 2017 issue of Mennonite Life is now live -- a special issue devoted to an essay by Ben Goossen and 13 responses from Anabaptist historians and scholars from North America, Colombia and South Korea.  Read more

New volleyball, softball head coaches no strangers to Bethel

Head Softball Coach Stacy Middleton has made a move to the volleyball team, taking over as head coach, while David Middleton, an assistant softball coach for the past three years, will become head softball coach.  Read more

Mennonite colleges and universities launch collaborative campaign

by MC USA/MEA staff The five Mennonite Church USA colleges and universities, which include Bethel, are joining forces to highlight the ways strong academics and affordability prepare their graduates for success.  Read more

Esses accepts NCAA Division I assistant coaching position

Head women’s basketball coach Adam Esses has announced he will become lead assistant for a Division I women’s basketball program, with his resignation effective July 7.  Read more

Weston to leave head volleyball coaching post

Citing the desire to be closer to his family, Head Volleyball Coach Scott Weston has submitted his resignation, effective July 1.  Read more

Church relations position shifts to admissions office

Peter Goerzen, campus pastor, will also be half-time instructor of Bible and religion, while Andrew Schmidt will become assistant director of admissions for constituency and church relations.  Read more

Many campus services have changed to summer hours

The library, cafeteria, Thresher Shop and Mojo's have reduced or changed hours during the summer months.  Read more

Schrag will be Bethel's new VP for institutional advancement

Interim President John K. Sheriff has announced the appointment of Eric Schrag, currently administrator and CEO of Bethesda Home, Goessel, as vice president for institutional advancement, to begin July 1.  Read more

Bethel announces spring 2017 Dean’s List, Honor Roll

Students whose spring semester grades earned academic distinction have been named to the Spring 2017 Dean's List or Honor Roll.  Read more

Five Bethel women named Academic All-American

Katelyn Fatten and Bryna Rietcheck in women's track and field, and Jeni Reichenberger, Trista Rich and Alyssa Sullivan were all named NAIA All-America Scholar-Athletes.  Read more

Teaching award goes to artist, activist and art historian

Rachel Epp Buller, associate professor of visual art and design, received the Ralph P. Schrag Distinguished Teaching Award at commencement this year.  Read more

Austin tells 2017 graduates to always look, listen and learn

Aaron Austin, VP for student life, shared things he's learned from his 3-year-old daughter, his pastor, Prince, kids' TV and the Bible, among others, in his address to the Class of 2017 at commencement.  Read more

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