Almost Like Winning the Lottery
A successful fellowship proposal gets Brian Stucky a dream-come-true chance to study flies and cicadas in Panama.
What the Journey Serves
Two professors see time spent abroad as vital to their scholarship, research and teaching.
The Technology Conundrum
You can’t live without it in higher education: Bethel professors find pros and cons with technology in the classroom, and a need for careful assessment.
Around the Green | Faculty & Staff
Platt Reflects on Historic March, 50 Years Later
It was late August 1963, and Dwight ’52 and LaVonne Platt of North Newton and their young family were headed back to Kansas after a summer in coastal North Carolina.
Allison McFarland is going to the Olympics.
Around the Green | Campus
- Road Map for Bethel College: A Year Two Update
New Student Numbers Up Significantly for Fall 2013
Enrollment is up slightly from fall 2012 but an even more important figure is the significantly higher number of new students (first-time freshmen and transfers).
Garden’s Giving Widens to Community, Cafeteria
Now in its fourth year, Bethel’s Sand Creek Community Gardens is nurturing the seeds of a new food-service initiative.
Around the Green | Students
Sharing the Power of Prayer
Bethel College student Alli Rudeen had always wondered what it might look like to pray without ceasing.
Find The PassionThrough Camp ExperienceIt’s nothing new for Bethel students to spend part or all of the summer counseling at Camp Mennoscah near Murdock.