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Bethany sends teachers

Bethany College Department of Education is sending out student teachers to schools in the Lindsborg area. Students placed this semester include: (back row from left) Jason Drouillard, high school

Welcome Class of 2020

Bethany College welcomed 208 first-time freshmen to campus on Sunday, August 21. The class, which graduates in 2020, represents the largest incoming freshman class at the college since 2000. "Bethany

Convocation will welcome students

Bethany College students will officially be welcomed to campus at the school’s annual Opening Convocation on Friday, August 26 at 10 a.m. in Presser Hall Auditorium. President William Jones, Bethany’s

Campus readies for students

When students arrive to Bethany College this fall, they will be greeted with several upgrades across campus. Some of the more noticeable ones can be seen on the campus grounds.

Criminal Justice update

- Odell Cory Odell, adjunct professor of criminal justice, was recently promoted by the Junction City Police Chief and City Manager to Patrol Lieutenant for the Junction City Police

New interfaith studies minor

- Pryor - Atkinson Bethany College received a $10,000 grant awarded by the Interfaith Youth Core for establishing an Interfaith Studies Minor. The grant, funded through

Auxiliary makes donation

Pictured from left are Kris Isaacson, Karen Stugelmeyer, Carol Gusenius, President Will Jones, and Elly Ostlind. Members of the Bethany College Auxiliary presented a gift to fund scholarships

Jorsch leads collaboration

Jorsch Dr. Thomas Jorsch, professor in the Bethany College Department of History and Political Science, will serve as director of a collaborative project between the McPherson County Old

Lutheran college vocation

Members from the Bethany College faculty, staff, and students attended the Vocation of a Lutheran College Conference at Augsburg College in Minneapolis on June 8-10. The annual conference, supported by the ELCA, brings together members of Lutheran colleges to explore the distinctive roles they play in higher education. Melody Steed, assistant academic dean; Linda Ball, administrative assistant; and William Strommen, a senior from Salina majoring in history and political science, represented Bethany at this year’s conference.