Bodies in our cellarIt took Bethel College more than 40 years after the play’s publication to stage "Arsenic and Old Lace", which will be on the Krehbiel Auditorium stage this spring for the third time, with real-life sisters in the roles of the murderous Brewster sisters.
Developing the whole person
Lives are shaped by the activities we pursue.
The Bethel bump
A “Sweet 16” finish in a 1964 national competition gives reason to celebrate more than a century of mathematics excellence.
A tradition of excellence
One who was there at the beginning – 1978 – reflects on Bethel’s rich forensics heritage as measured by an unbroken record of students qualifying for AFA-NIET.
Around the Green | Faculty & Staff
Moving forward: New football coach arrives, meets with prospectives
Fresh off a national championship, Bethel’s new head football coach, Marty Mathis, is getting settled on campus.
Art professor assembles exhibit on workers and work at Wichita museum
Rachel Epp Buller ’96, printmaker, art historian and Bethel professor, says that workers – what today might be called
the 99 percent– have long been a compelling subject for artists.
Advisor works to bridge Bethel cultures with music, dance and relationship
As he’s been working at bridging cultures at Bethel College, Caleb Lázaro has found one of the most effective tools to be salsa dancing.
Around the Green | Campus
Lytle tells listeners:
Speak out, or be part of the problemWhile Martin Luther King Jr. “left volumes and volumes of written material,” Rosemary Harris Lytle told her Bethel College audience, she had come “all the way from Colorado Springs” to talk about just seven of his words.
Dick spent a career with NASA, space research
It’s not every Bethel College Distinguished Achievement Award winner who has a scientific effect named for him.
Mental health care, writing have been Neufeld’s vocations
Justina Neufeld, North Newton, Bethel College’s 2013 Outstanding Alumnus, was a pioneer in mental health care who, in the 15 years since retirement, has undertaken a whole new vocation: uncovering and writing her family’s history.
Arts, farming, sustainability important to Ortmans
Sherilyn and Will Ortman, Marion, S.D., co-recipients of the 2013 Young Alumnus Award at Bethel College, epitomize liberal arts education.
Around the Green | Students
Students spend weekend networking, learning at MEDA
Four senior business majors at Bethel College spent a chilly but “enlightening” weekend at the Mennonite Economic Development Associates annual convention last fall.
Reimer puts her
dream of peaceinto special stage productionBethel College senior Renee Reimer, Sioux Falls, S.D., wants to plant seeds of peace she hopes will take root in others.
Students travel the globe during January Interterm
A journey in photos.
Stewards of the Land
Carolyn Wedel ’83 is director of the Watson Gallery, located in the Stiefel Theatre in Salina. Her work has been accepted into regional and national shows and she exhibits regularly in area galleries.