Bethel In A Bottle
The college's essence is personified in one who has been at various times over the last half-century a student, staff person, administrator, cabinet member and pastor: Dale Schrag.
Crossing Cultures on Campus
In spring 2012, Bethel launched the Diversity Seminar with the hope of starting conversations about culture/s on campus.
Think of Such Things
Seniors–and one parent–reflect on four years at Bethel.
Around the Green | Faculty & Staff
A Wealth of Experience
Spring semester is a normal time for retirement announcements.
New Campus Pastor Brings Both Bethel and Wider Mennonite Church Experience
One of the new faces in Bethel College’s Office of Student Life next year will be that of campus pastor Peter Goerzen, though he’s not new to Bethel.
Around the Green | Athletics
Men’s Basketball Begins a New Hoops Era
The Bethel College athletic department announces the hiring of Tony Hoops as head coach for the Thresher men’s basketball program, starting in the 2014–15 school year.
- First Year for Threshpy Awards
Around the Green | Campus
- A Special Honor Roll
Bethel Makes Additions to Curriculum in Business, Health Science
Two curriculum additions for the next academic year include an Accounting concentration (part of a business major) and a certificate in Interprofessional Health Studies.
Back To BethelFor First Stand-Alone Reunion WeekendAlumni joked, laughed and listened intently to stories of experiences from their schooldays at Bethel—such as the one about live poultry left under a lectern for an instructor to find.
We’re All True Threshers NowThe Class of 2014 may be among the rare few who actually remember the commencement address.
- Bethel Signs Agreement to Foster Exchange with Chinese College
Baylor Begins As VP For Admissions
President Perry D. White has announced the appointment of Jeffrey Baylor as vice president for admissions.
Around the Green | Students
Peace Oration Contest Winner Looks at Social Violence in Tradition
Bethel’s C. Henry Smith Peace Oration contest took place April 23–25, with contestants speaking before their peers in convocation as well as for a broader community audience at the weekly Life Enrichment program.
Awards Convocations Recognize Achievement in Academics, Athletics
As the spring semester wound to a close, the last two convocations of the school year recognized students for their academic and athletic accomplishments in 2013-14.
Sometimes what college students need most is a NAP.
Students got a canine stress break May 12 during Reading Day, the Monday before spring semester final exams began.
Nothing but nets: 500 free throws raise funds to fight malaria
Bethel College freshmen Daniel Ratzlaff and Heather Eddy are already learning how to take research from theory to practice.
Always be a Thresher
Retiring director of church relations Dale Schrag, who also served six years as
interimcampus pastor, gave the commencement address for the class of 2014, May 18 in Thresher Stadium.