Ali Shahryar, a junior offensive lineman for the Swedes football team, was named the Dr. Ted Kessinger Champion of Character Award winner by the KCAC. Shahryar, from Yorba Linda, California,
Three poems written by Bethany College Senior Linzi Garcia are included in “Treading Unique Paths,” the 2016 Young Writers Anthology, published this month. The three poems titled, “19,” “Unaccustomed to
A group of Bethany College Baseball and Softball Swedes departed Monday, October 24 for a week-long service trip to assist the American Red Cross in North Carolina, an area that was devastated by Hurricane Matthew. The trip allows the group of more than 40 students, faculty, and coaching staff to practice one of the school’s core values, servant leadership.
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
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 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
Pictured from left: Jimmy Caiola, Clinical Education Coordinator, Derrick Kaiser, Samantha Stegner, Kylee Martinez,Trevor Kistler, Laura Stenlund, Head Athletic Trainer, and David Slack, Program Director. Four Bethany College
From left: Josh Hickok, Tanner Wallace, and Adam Maisch. Three students in the Bethany College Business Policy class are ranked fifth globally on the Mike's Bikes advanced simulation
Members of the American Presidency class at the Eisenhower Library, from left: Taylor Stull, William Strommen, Jyll Gamboa, Katherine Kisor, Joleen Chanco, Brandon Skrocki, Brady Yard, and Aaron Cooley.
Bethany College Theatre will close out the 2015-16 season with its bi-annual Festival of Student-Directed Short Plays, Friday and Saturday, April 29-30, at 7:30 p.m. in Burnett Center. Tickets are $5 for general admission and $3 for Bethany College students, staff, and faculty. The first of the evening’s six short plays is David Ives’ “Bolero,” in which a woman’s world threatens to come apart when she and her husband hear strange sounds from the apartment next door in the dead of the night. Kalyn Powers and Isaiah Fabrizius take on the roles of the young couple in the play, directed by Landon Slipke.