LINDSBORG, KAN., October 31, 2011—Bethany College has taken the first steps toward a new system of curriculum and student experiences, Bethany Pathway, that will unite the objectives of curricular courses
LINDSBORG, KAN., October 27, 2011— Dr. Jared Chase and the Bethany College Symphonic Band will present their second concert of the 2011-2012 season on Sunday, November 13, at 4 p.m.
LINDSBORG, KAN., October 25, 2011—The Bethany College Brass Ensemble, directed by Dr. Jared Chase, and Handbell Ensemble, directed by Dr. Melody Steed, performed at Bethany Lutheran Church on October 17
LINDSBORG, KAN., October 24, 2011—Bethany College has been ranked in the top 75 of Washington Monthly’s 2011 list of national baccalaureate colleges with the most contributions to the public good.
LINDSBORG, Kan. October 21, 2011—The Bethany College Board of Directors welcomes eight new members. Michael Girlinghouse, Leroy Hackley, Jeremy Koehler, Kurtis Meyer, Bob Mooney, Michael O’Dell, Todd Waletzki, and Marlene
LINDSBORG, KAN., October 20, 2011—Bethany College announces freshman Lexxy Baietto as the editor of the Bethany Messenger, the campus student-produced newspaper. The Messenger is released every two weeks.
LINDSBORG, KAN., October 18, 2011—The Bethany College Brass Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Jared Chase, travelled to Hillsboro, Kan., on September 28 to participate and perform in a master
Swedish Artist Jordi Arkö to Unveil Original Print for Auction, Present “Organizing Large Art Projects”
LINDSBORG, KAN., October 17, 2011—Artist Jordi Arkö is Bethany College’s 2011 Pearson Distinguished Professor of Swedish Studies. In addition to teaching classes and working with Bethany students, faculty, and staff,
LINDSBORG, KAN., October 17, 2011—During a celebration of the 130th anniversary of Bethany College on October 7, President Edward F. Leonard III announced Bethany’s 20-year strategic vision and first comprehensive
LINDSBORG, KAN., October 11, 2011—Bethany College and 32 other leading institutions, including Harvard, Stanford, and Arizona State, have launched the Billion Dollar Green Challenge by committing $65 million to green