Campus News

Community Loses Local Philanthropist Darwin Wiekamp - South Bend Tribune

Longtime community philanthropist Darwin L. Wiekamp died at 9:15 a.m. Thursday at his Mishawaka residence. He was 94. Wiekamp

Bethel Professor Chosen to Show Art at Several Local Venues

Katharine Schmidt, full-time adjunct in the department of visual arts at Bethel College, is currently showcasing a sculpture in

Bethel Unveils Residence Hall - South Bend Tribune

Sunlight streams in the tall south windows in Bethel College's new, three-story brick residence hall. Starting in January, women

Bethel Students and Faculty Present the "Bethel Blast"

Bethel students and faculty will soon open an art exhibit entitled “Bethel Blast.” The show runs from Nov. 7 to Dec.

Bethel to Host Firefighter Leadership Conference

Hundreds of firefighters from the Midwest will spend four days at Bethel College Nov. 13 - 16. This is the third year Mishawaka

Bethel to Partner with the University of Notre Dame in Hosting Lectures

Bethel College will partner with the University of Norte Dame to host two lectures on Nov. 18, 2008, titled, “Discovering

Bethel College Goes Gold Promoting Health and Wellness On Campus

Students, faculty and staff will host a health and wellness fair for the Bethel Community Nov. 12 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. in

Bethel To Announce Changes During Homecoming

Bethel will soon publicly announce an address change for the college, dedicate a new residence hall and celebrate 50 years of

Students, Faculty & Staff Gather to Read the Entire Bible Aloud

Bethel College will be holding the 3rd annual Scripture 66 beginning Friday, Oct. 31 at 2 p.m. and ending on Monday, Oct. 3, at

Bethel Presents Chamber Orchestra and String Quartet Concert

The Chamber Orchestra and String Quartet will present a free fall concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, November 13, 2008 in the