Former Bethany College student Cory McManus died Friday, February 12, in Reseda, California. McManus played football at Bethany College during the 2015-2016 season. He was a junior majoring in Criminal
Bethany's World Religion class members attended the Interfaith Leadership Conference in Atlanta on January 22-24. The conference focuses on skills to engage diverse religious and philosophical identities to build
From left: Kaitlyn Norton, Professor Gail Konzem, and Amelia Fabrizius. Bethany students Kaitlyn Norton and Amelia Fabrizius were recognized as Teachers of Promise at the recent Kansas Teacher
Posing for a quick picture, these Greeks were the first of many to make it to the JV volleyball game. Greek Life is putting a higher emphasis on being
Senior communication majors will present their capstone projects on Monday, May 11 from 10 a.m. to noon in the Levin meeting room at Pilhblad Memorial Union. Four students will present
Ashley Glover, a Bethany College senior from Emporia, will perform her senior voice recital on Sunday at Bethany Lutheran Church at 5 p.m. She will perform pieces from Debussy, Mozart,
Brian Kinnaird, Ph.D, associate professor of criminal justice at Bethany College, has published the second edition of his book, “Use of Force: Expert Guidance for Decisive Force Response.” The book is available in print or ebook and was originally published in 2003. Kinnaird is completing his first year at Bethany College in the criminal justice department.
Bethany College students raised $200 in a wacky game of Duck Soup softball last Sunday afternoon at the Swede Softball Park. Students from David Slack’s Bethany Quest class organized the fund raiser to benefit Mija Stockman, ’98, a former Bethany track athlete who was injured in an automobile accident and has faced a long, difficult, and expensive recovery. She is currently receiving specialty care in a rehabilitation hospital in Nebraska.
Bethany College Art Department will host an exhibit featuring the artwork of Holly Phelps, senior, of Wichita. The exhibition, including paintings, drawings, ceramics, and sculpture, runs through May 1 at
Bethany College started the 2013-2-14 with a strong enrollment in the Fall semester and that trend continues with a spring student body of 619 students. This is the largest spring enrollment in 17 years and is a larger enrollment than 8 of the past 10 Fall enrollments as well. “This is an exciting time at Bethany and I’m elated to welcome 40 new students this semester,” says President Edward F Leonard III. “Continued efforts to share the Bethany story along with strong student retention programs are showing positive results.”