- Eleanor Heimbaugh, circuitry artifact (Photo: Nelson Smith, Round Tower, detail) Bethany College Art Department will welcome two new faculty members with a gallery exhibition beginning October 10
Official headcount numbers recently released by Bethany College show an increase in total students over last year at this time due, in part, to one of the largest group of
Bethany College junior Kristen Hanks from Wakeeney, Kansas, is using her Servant Leadership final project to address a global issue that will help another student receive an education. Hanks, a
The Bethany College Music Department will present a “Night of All Star Jazz” on Thursday, October 6 at 7:30 p.m. in Presser Hall Auditorium. Performing that night will be the
“Recollections”, a concert featuring Bethany College alumni band and choir ensembles will cap-off a weekend full of Homecoming activities in Lindsborg. Bethany’s Homecoming, October 14-16, will celebrate the 135th anniversary
Stan Hays ’94 has turned his passion for barbecue into a service to others on a grand scale. His organization Operation BBQ Relief recently served its one-millionth meal during relief
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