The Department of Art at Bethany College in collaboration with the Tallgrass Artist Residency will be live-streaming a symposium featuring a series of talks by resident Tallgrass artists on Saturday October 1, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Mingenback Art Center in Lindsborg, Kansas.
The Bethany College Newtonian Society and Science Department are sponsoring a week-long calendar of events to help students learn more about opportunities available in medicine with help from several college alumni.
Bethany College professors kept busy this summer with a variety of activities. Professors and Bethany students began the new academic year on Thursday, August 25. Kristin Van Tassel, professor of
President Will Jones (left) officially dedicates the stage in Presser Auditorium as the Copley Stage. Renamed to honor long-time music professor and Bethany Oratorio Society Director Elmer Copley. On
Mixed-media piece by Stephanie Lanter. The Bethany College Art Department is hosting a gallery exhibition by guest artist Stephanie Lanter through September 30 in the Mingenback Art Gallery. A closing reception will be held on September 30 from 2 to 4 p.m. with a gallery talk by the artist at 2:30 p.m.
The Bethany College Department of Music will host a faculty recital on Tuesday, September 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Presser Auditorium. The recital will feature performances by Lillian Green on viola; Dan Masterson on piano; Paula Patterson on flute; Jodi Reese, soprano; Cody Flory Robertson on cello; Ann Samuelson on violin; Melody Steed on organ; and Trent Warbis on trumpet.
Archbishop Dietrich Brauer from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Russia will visit Bethany College on Friday, September 9 at 5:30 p.m. in Levin Meeting Room at the Pihlblad Memorial Union. The event begins with dinner and reservations are required. Email your registration to email@example.com.
Rev. Noni Strand during her time at Bethany College. Bringing together spirituality and sustainability is something many at Bethany College are familiar with through the work of former Campus Pastor Naomi (Noni) Strand. And, now Rev. Strand has written a book that brings those two ideals together and celebrates her time at Bethany.
Olson with her jewelry that won Best of Show in the 2016 Messiah Festival Juried Art Show. A life-long dream to study art in a city that is home to some of the world’s greatest masterpieces is within reach for one Bethany College student. Kami Olson, a junior from Sedgwick, Kansas, has been accepted to the SACI College of Art & Design in Florence, Italy and will study there this spring.
Bethany College President Will Jones, demonstrated a powerful message about service today at the college’s opening convocation by washing the feet of a student. In his address to students, faculty and staff, President Jones stated he wanted his actions to speak louder than his words, when he washed the feet of Bryanna Taylor, a senior from Monrovia, California. He challenged those at the convocation to join him in making a public statement about their willingness to serve others.