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Cool Tunes to Usher in Spring Temperatures at Bethel College

The Bethel College Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Combo and Faculty Jazz Trio will be performing its 11th annual Jazz Coffeehouse Concert on

Bethel to Host the First TCU/JA Titan Challenge

High school students will become “CEO” for the day in a friendly competition called the TCU/JA Titan Challenge at

Students Bleed Bethel Blue for the American Red Cross

Bethel College senior baseball player Cameron Branock, along with the American Red Cross, will host a blood drive on Friday, Feb.

Bethel College Jazz Ensemble on Tour Feb. 20-22, 2009

Bethel College’s 18-member Jazz Ensemble, directed by Dr. Reginald Klopfenstein, will travel through Indiana February

Bethel Rewards Tweens in International Art Competition

Bethel College recently awarded scholarships to tweeners who participated in the 2008 Tweener Time Cover Art Competition. The

Bethel Accepting Registration for Regional Homeschool Convention

Homeschoolers and vendors can now register for the South Bend Regional Homeschool Convention, formerly known as the MCHE

"Doll's House" Still Challenges Convention - South Bend Tribune

The playwright Henrik Ibsen claimed that he was not a feminist. “He was a person who hated pretense,” Sara

Bethel Recognized for Community Service

Bethel College was recently listed on the 2008 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. The Honor Roll,

The Collegians and Voices of Triumph Perform Together in "Zeitgest"

A delightful evening of music  is on tap at Bethel College featuring the singing and dancing of The Collegians and the a

Widow of Bethel College Founder Dies at Age 100 - South Bend Tribune

Malinda Mae Everest, the widow of the late Quinton J. Everest Sr., one of the founders of Bethel College in Mishawaka, died