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Bethel Volleyball Teams up with Vera Bradley to Attack Cancer

There will be a new volleyball uniform circulating in gyms throughout the Mid-Central College Conference this October, and it

Community Investing - South Bend Tribune

Bethel College steps out to provide volunteer service throughout Michiana. Bethel College faculty, students and staff left

Bethel Scholar in Residence NLT Study Bible Participation

Scholar in residence at Bethel College, Dr. Eugene Carpenter, participated in the writing of the New Living Translation Study

Five Area Students Involved in Bethel Production - South Bend Tribune

Ever considered checking out a play at Bethel College? If not, now may be the time. Half of the cast members of the

Bethel Student Coordinates Community Blood Drive on Campus

Bethel College baseball player Cameron Branock, along with the American Red Cross, will host a blood drive on Wednesday, Oct. 8

Bethel College Students, Faculty & Staff Plan to Serve the Community

 Bethel College students, faculty and staff will take a break from school and work duties to serve the community on October

Bethel College to Host Anti-Violence Conference

Bethel College will partner with Mamma’s Against Violence (MAV) to host the “What’s Going On” in the

Bethel Graduate Receives Indiana's Teacher of the Year Award

Bethel graduate, Tania L. Harman (Collins), a bilingual teacher at Warren Primary Center in South Bend was named the 2009 Indiana

Bethel Junior Wins Prestigious Academic Award

Matthew Klopfenstein, a Bethel College junior with a double major in history and philosophy, recently won the inaugural Ronald

Bethel Community Grieves Loss of Two Beloved Professors

On September 11, two Bethel College family members died after battles with cancer. Dr. Ruth Davidhizar, 62, of Goshen served as