Open Wide the Doors
A freshman seminar takes students on a journey across the diverse culture that is Bethel's campus.
We are Threshers
A young alumnus returns to the family farm hoping to learn from the prairie while feeding his human community.
A people and a place
After 37 years at Bethel, an industrial arts professor turned registrar reflects on what he has learned about community.
Leaders for church and society
Three alumni presidents of Mennonite colleges consider the unique contributions of a Christian liberal arts education.
Around the Green | Faculty & Staff
Around the Green | Campus
Graphic design major, two minors to launch in fall 2012
Input from prospective students as well as increased emphasis on experiential learning have led Bethel College to add a new major and two new minors to the curriculum.
Awards given on
common groundin final two convocations of school yearAs part of the emphasis on
common ground– the theme infused into the General Education curriculum – Bethel College’s annual awards convocations were arranged differently this year.
Professor organizes exhibit to show
art livesin KansasThe arts in Kansas may have suffered a blow when state funding ended a year ago, but Rachel Epp Buller '96 is among the Kansans making sure art stays alive in the state.
Around the Green | Students
Student literary journal invites alumni submissions
Bethel's literary journal is back, with a new format and a broader scope.
Graduates begin journey out of Bethel community with
pro-visionspackedThe 100 members of Bethel College's Class of 2012 enter an unknown future with hope and faith in a God who loves them and the strong backing of a community that has nurtured them.
Students get a day off class, give a day for service
Whether required (for some) or by choice (for most), service was the primary activity for Bethel College students April 11.
Students laugh, learn and serve on New Mexico spring break trip
It's hard to beat a spring break that includes sun, fun and social work.
Nursing students learn as much as they give during spring break trip to Haiti
Although it came smack in the middle of one of the busiest times for senior nursing majors, their spring break trip to Haiti was all Danica Cox and Laura Prahm could have hoped for.