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President’s Column

Active Learning

  • From the designer’s head to the happy client
    Almost by definition, a course in graphic design— one of Bethel’s newest majors—requires hands-on work. For two students in the spring semester Graphic Design I class, this translated into experience with paying customers.

Annual Report

Engaged Global Citizens

Critical Thinkers

Rigorous Instruction

Around the Green  |  Faculty & Staff

  • New Faces in Advancement
    The Office of Advancement has welcomed two new staff members in the past few months.
  • A Legacy of Friendship
    Though he was in the development office for 15 years, Fred Goering has devoted most of his life to sup- porting Bethel College.
  • From Teaching to Administration and Back Again
    Brad Born started his undergraduate years at Bethel (in 1980) and finished them at Tabor College.
  • Kay by the Numbers
    Kay Schmidt graduated from Bethel in 1988 with a degree in home economics. But for the next 27 years, her life—as Bethel’s associate registrar—was all about numbers.
  • Appointments

Around the Green  |  Campus

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Class Notes