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Past Bethel College News (Page 5)

Schmidt's dream becomes reality with new indoor golf training facility

by Joshua Booth Senior Jaden Schmidt's vision became reality earlier this semester with the opening of Bethel's indoor golf training facility, located in the storage shed in Thresher Sports Complex, just north of Goering Hall.  Read more

Concert Choir will raise money for relief on spring break tour

Proceeds from almost all freewill offerings during the Concert Choir's spring break tour (to Illinois, Iowa, Manitoba, Minnesota, Missouri and South Dakota) will go to the work of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC).  Read more

Bethel announces spring break hours

Bethel College is on spring break starting Saturday, March 18, through Sunday, March 26, with reduced hours for the library, Thresher Shop, Mojo's and the Mennonite Library and Archives (cafeteria and Regier Art Gallery closed).  Read more

Bethel has four basketball All-America Scholar-Athletes

Chase Banister, Elise Gerlach, Jacob Miller and Kylee Schunn were named NAIA Daktronics All-America Scholar-Athletes in basketball for the 2016-17 school year.  Read more

Kids invited to museum to make their own memories

Admission to Kauffman Museum is free on Third Thursdays, and on March 16, 5:30-7:30 p.m., parents and grandparents are invited to bring kids for a special art activity associated with the exhibit Memory Matters.  Read more

Bethel to host conference on Mennonites and Holocaust in 2018

The call for papers has been issued for an international academic conference on Mennonites and the Holocaust, to be hosted at Bethel a year from now, March 16-17, 2018.  Read more

Museum, symphony will collaborate for gala evening March 19

Gesine Janzen, whose exhibit Memory Matters is currently in Kauffman Museum, will be the special guest for the museum's Spring Gala, March 19 starting at 5:30 p.m., following the Newton Mid-Kansas Symphony Orchestra's spring concert in Mem Hall.  Read more

Jazz groups back in a favorite campus venue March 13

Jazz Ensemble II, Jazz Combo I and Jazz Combo II will play in Mojo's Mon., March 13, starting at 7 p.m., with no cover charge but with donations accepted to support Bethel jazz studies.  Read more

Andrew Thiesen to give senior trombone recital

Andrew Thiesen will give his senior trombone recital, featuring music by Rachmaninoff, David, Bernstein and Hindemith, Tues., March 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the chapel.  Read more

Bethel qualifies all team members to national forensics tournament

With Shekhinah Jones and Heather Chaney qualifying events to AFA-NIET over the weekend, Bethel will be taking its entire forensics team to the national tournament for the second straight year.  Read more

Newton native’s first solo show is now in Regier Gallery

Denise Renee: Mundane and Magic is a show of fiber art -- quilted, woven, hand-dyed and/or felted wall art, as well as handbags -- in the Regier Gallery through March 30, with the artist reception Thurs., March 16, 6-8 p.m.  Read more

Nursing program ranked in state’s top 10 by nursing website

Bethel's nursing program is the only one ranked in the top 10 among the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference regional group of colleges and universities by the website  Read more

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