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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

Bethel Psychology Professor Wants Recycle Bins

Charity Wants Old Recycle Bins - South Bend Tribune Non-profit putting bins, excess school supplies to use St. Joseph County

"A Doll's House" Comes to Bethel College

Bethel College presents “A Doll’s House,” by Henrik Ibsen to the public on February 12, 13, and 14 at 7:30 p.m.

Department of Visual Arts Faculty Art Show is on Display

Bethel College’s department of visual art’s faculty members are displaying their work in a collaborative effort at

Bethel Alumna Sings at Inauguration

Sarah (Wiley) Tietsort, a 2001 graduate of Clay High School and a 2005 graduate of Bethel College, will perform with the United

Preview Day for High School Students at Bethel College

The Bethel College admission office is holding a Preview Day for prospective students who desire to visit the college February 16

Bethel College and the University of Notre Dame Agree to Continuation of Collaborative Engineering Program

Bethel College and the University of Notre Dame have agreed to continue their collaborative liberal arts and engineering program

Bethel Books Just a Click Away - South Bend Tribune

The Bethel Bookstore has launched a new Web site for shoppers — — also offering other items

Theatre Announces Endowment Fund

The department of the theatre arts recently announced the Earl “Doc” Reimer Circle of Friends endowment, set up in

Zondervan Releases Two Youth Ministry Books by Bethel Professor

Amazon and Barnes and Noble Web sites along with Family Christian Stores and the Bethel College Bookstore will soon carry two new