Campus News

Ex-Muslim Terrorist Walid Shoebat speaks at Bethel College

Ex-muslim terrorist Walid Shoebat will speak on unmasking terror, Sunday, October 8 at 6:00 p.m. in the Everest-Rohrer

Bethel College Students Volunteer a Day of Community Service

Bethel College students will leave campus October 3, 2006, to help the community with many different service projects. They meet

Bethel College Hosts Christian College Fair

An opportunity for college-bound high school juniors and seniors will take place on the Bethel College campus Monday, October 2,

Bethel College Theatre Arts Presents

The Foreigner will be presented by the Bethel College theatre arts department on October 5, 6 and 7, 2006. The October 6th

Sufficient Grounds Coffeehouse Re-Opens to Public

Sufficient Grounds reopened late August for service to Bethel College and the general public in a new location on the West corner

Derrick Pennix Faculty Recital

Bethel College, Associate Professor of Music, Dr. Derrick A. Pennix presents a recital of American Art Song titled "The

Bethel College Faculty Perform

Bethel professors Vicky Warkentien, Michael Kendall, Reg Klopfenstein and Robert Rhein will be performing in a music faculty

New Bethel College Students Help with Mishawaka Service Projects

New Bethel College students meet with Rick Springer, Mishawaka City Landscaper, and his staff at Beutter Park around 9:00 a.m. on

Prairie Camp Teens Help Community With Service Projects

Prairie Camp Teens grades 6-12 will be departing Prairie Camp Thursday, August 3, 2006 at 9:30 a.m. to help the community with

Bethel to Host MBA Information Meeting

Those interested in obtaining a master of business administration degree from Bethel College may attend an MBA information