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Past Bethel College News (Page 4)

Athletics department announces upgrade to Threshers website

The athletic department website has undergone major revision, with a new appearance, many new features and upcoming mobile apps that are specific to each sport.  Read more

Traditional, contemporary art sit together in Bethel gallery exhibit

The first show of the school year in the Regier Art Gallery is a set of paintings by Colorado-based artist Lindey Anderson that celebrate and support a particular shade of red and its link to Anderson's Ojibwe heritage.  Read more

Bethel provisional candidate has background in sciences, administration

Though he has spent almost a decade in higher-education administration, Jonathan C. Gering, Bethel College’s provisional candidate for the office of 15th president, also has a foundation in the sciences, the liberal arts and community engagement.  Read more

Goossen looks at conflicted relationship of Mennonites, Germany

Ben Goossen spoke at Kauffman Museum about his research into Mennonites' relationship with German nationalism, especially within the context of recent white nationalist activities in the United States.  Read more

Kauffman Museum to host outdoor concert with Cherokee Maidens

The Cherokee Maidens with Sycamore Swing will perform on the Kauffman Museum grounds Thursday, Sept. 14, from 6-8 p.m., with refreshments available for sale.  Read more

Summer in southern Mexico proves valuable for biology student

Ben Wiens, senior from Goessel, spent the better part of the summer working with other students from UNICACH in Chiapas, Mexico, on biology research projects.  Read more

Historian’s talk will open new WWI exhibit at Kauffman Museum

Kauffman Museum will open its new special exhibit Sunday, Sept. 10, with a talk by Rachel Waltner Goossen, Washburn University, on conscientious objection during World War I, at 3 p.m., and the exhibit reception at 4 p.m., in the museum.  Read more

For peace, justice to win, proponents must stop being passive, Pitts says

Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leonard Pitts, who will speak at Bethel College Sept. 12 at 7 p.m. in Mem Hall, shared some of his thoughts about recent events in the United States.  Read more

Bus tour one of several Kauffman Museum events marking WWI centennial

The next Kauffman Museum bus tour is a day trip, Thursday, Sept. 21, to Kansas City to the National World War I Museum and Memorial, with options to visit Crown Center and the Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank.  Read more

Gering is Bethel's provisional candidate for 15th president

Jonathan C. Gering, professor of biology and founding dean of the School of Science and Mathematics at Truman State University, Kirksville, Missouri, will be formally introduced to the campus and community Sept. 25.  Read more

Bethel makes statement opposing racism, white nationalism

Bethel College has issued a statement in response to the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, during the weekend of Aug. 11-12.  Read more

First Regier Gallery exhibit to open with reception Aug. 31

Denver-based artist Lindey Anderson's show, They Sit Together, will be the first of the 2017-18 school year in the gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center, opening with the artist reception Thurs., Aug. 31, 6-8 p.m.  Read more

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