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Past Bethel College News (Page 5)

Kauffman Museum, SGA, to host book, film discussions

On "Third Thursdays" starting Oct. 20 through Jan. 19, Kauffman Museum will host alternating book and film discussions (with screenings) related to race issues in the United States.  Read more

Teacher education professor goes back to high school

Allen Jantz spent his sabbatical in 2015-16 teaching math at Southeast High School, Wichita, where he also taught math as a young teacher 27 years ago.  Read more

Vice president for advancement resigns

Pam Tieszen, Bethel College vice president for advancement, has submitted her resignation, effective Dec. 31, and will become superintendent for Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Mennonite School.  Read more

Exhibit reveals 65 years of sculptor’s storytelling with wood

The work of John Gaeddert, who has been creating art from pieces of found wood for 65 years, is on display in the Regier Art Gallery through Oct. 28 in the exhibit Revelations in Wood: The Sculpture of John Gaeddert, 1950-2015.  Read more

Bethel exhibit raises money, and more, for refugee artists

The Building Bridges exhibit at Bethel, work by professional Iraqi artists and Palestinian art students, raised $3,200 (gross sales) mostly through silent auction.  Read more

Lecture on African-American quilter at Kauffman Museum

As part of its participation in the grand opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., earlier this month, Kauffman Museum will host a lecture by quilt historian and textile artist Marla Jackson of Lawrence.  Read more

Seven-figure gift will establish endowed chair in business department

An estate gift of $2 million will establish the Douglas C. and Jane M. Seibel Endowed Chair in Accountancy with Bethel's Department of Business.  Read more

Students add their pieces to new museum’s story

Kauffman Museum is hosting two special exhibits, one created by students, to celebrate the opening Sept. 24 of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.  Read more

Kauffman Museum seeks World War I artifacts for new exhibit

Next year is the 100th anniversary of the United States entry into the First World War, and Kauffman Museum is developing an exhibit telling the conscientious objector story, with artifacts needed.  Read more

Fall Festival 46 features creative work by Bethel alumni

The 46th annual Fall Festival features visual and written creative work by several Bethel alumni, along with food, music, children's activities, reunions, athletic events, theater and much more -- mostly on Sat., Oct. 1, on campus.  Read more

Fall Festival play evokes laughter, calls up issues that are still current

The Tony Award-winning play The Last Night of Ballyhoo, by Alfred Uhry (author of Driving Miss Daisy), will be on the Bethel stage for Fall Festival, Fri., Sept. 30, at 7:30 p.m., Sat., Oct. 1, at 3:30 p.m., and Sun., Oct. 2, at 2 p.m., in  Read more

Building Bridges exhibit draws to close with special guests, events

Mel Lehman of Common Humanity, New York City, will be on campus this week as the exhibit of paintings by Iraqi and Palestinian refugee artists, and the associated silent auction, draws to a close.  Read more

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