The combination of community, service, and academics are what stand out to me about [being a] Thresher. With small classes, attentive professors, and the focus on service…students get the opportunity to excel in multiple areas. Cassidy McFadden ’12
NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Bethel College’s four novice forensics competitors got a bit more experience at a late-semester tournament.
Head Coach Mallory Marsh took the students to Day 1 of the Outer Limits Swing Dec. 5 on the campus of Hutchinson Community College, with HCC hosting.
Bethel was one of nine schools competing.
Candy Dao, freshman from Salina, finished 1st in Dramatic Interpretation and was “next out” in Prose Interpretation, while sophomore Shekhinah Jones, also from Salina, was 2nd in Poetry Interpretation and 5th in Prose.
Freshman Emily Kondziola, North Newton, took 4th in Impromptu Speaking and 6th in Informative Speaking.
Heather Chaney, freshman from Erie, also competed.
Back to News Candy Dao, Shekhinah Jones, Emily Kondziola and Heather Chaney took part in the Outer Limits Swing at Hutchinson Community College Dec. 5. …