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Understanding Animals: Bethel Camp Teaches Kids Not to Take Nature for Granted

Bethel College ventured outside its regular pool of students last week as it invited area youngsters to a summer ecology

College Basketball: Walker is Still Dreaming Big

Being thousands of miles away from home didn't change William Walker. The former Michigan City High and Bethel College standout

National Hispanic Conference Canceled

Due to low registration, the Missionary Church's National Hispanic Conference has been canceled. Registration fees that have been

From the Helm to Hawaii: Alumni Profile - Mike Wolfe

Mike Wolfe chose Bethel with the intent of entering the 3/2 engineering co-op between Bethel and Notre Dame University. He

Summer Youth Choir to Start Soon

Bethel College will soon start its first Summer Youth Choir sponsored by the college’s Multi Ethnic Resource Team (MERT).

Bethel to Host Summer of Service Student Weekend

Bethel College will host the Summer of Service Student Weekend for incoming 6th graders to graduating seniors. Students from 14

Bethel Restructures Adds Life Calling and Student Enrichment Center

In the last four years Bethel College administrators have extensively engaged in an initiative to coordinate various services of

Bethel Receives Nearly $100,000 in Energy Efficient Grants

Lt. Governor Becky Skillman announced $2.85 million in Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants (EECBG) have been awarded

Bethel to Host North American Coalition of Christian Admission Professionals Annual Conference

 Nearly 400 admission professionals from across the United States and Canada will attend the North American Coalition of

Bethel to Host SBCSC's Largest Adult GED Graduation Ceremony

More than 600 adults received their GED diploma this past year from the South Bend Community School Corporation’s Adult