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The Bethel College Center for Academic Success is helping students relieve some stress during finals week by providing a variety of activities, including having some “kitten therapy” courtesy of Pet Refuge. Other activities include shoulder massages, coloring, journaling, a bubble wrap wall and free popcorn.

Bethel to Host Give Back Gala with Keynote Speaker Steve Arterburn and Musical Guest Natalie Grant

Bethel College will host a Give Back Gala May 11 at 5:30 p.m., in the Wiekamp Athletic Center on Bethel’s campus. Keynote speaker Steve Arterburn, best-selling author of "Every Man's Battle" and "The Book of Life Recovery," will share a message focused on the theme of mental and spiritual wellness. Seven-time Grammy-nominated musical guest Natalie Grant will present an acoustic concert at the event.

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The Bethel College Center for Academic Success is helping students relieve some stress during finals week by providing a variety of activities, including having some “kitten therapy” courtesy of Pet Refuge. Other activities include shoulder massages, coloring, journaling, a bubble wrap wall and free popcorn.

Bethel College will host a Give Back Gala May 11 at 5:30 p.m., in the Wiekamp Athletic Center on Bethel’s campus. Keynote speaker Steve Arterburn, best-selling author of "Every Man's Battle" and "The Book of Life Recovery," will share a message focused on the theme of mental and spiritual wellness. Seven-time Grammy-nominated musical guest Natalie Grant will present an acoustic concert at the event.

Bethel College will launch three new on-ground programs and three online programs in Fall 2019. These include Computer Sciences, Business Marketing and English as a New Language on-ground, and Cyber Security, Business Marketing and a Master’s in Sport Administration online.

Bethel College will present the War & Peace event, with a Film Screening April 3 at 7:30 p.m., and a Music Concert April 6 at 7:30 p.m., with access to an Art Exhibit prior to the concert. Both the Film Screening and Music Concert will take place in the Everest-Rohrer Fine Arts Center-Auditorium; the Art Exhibit will take placed in the Weaver Art Gallery, all on Bethel’s campus. This project is made possible by the Indiana Arts Commission, the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. Cost for each venue varies.

Bethel College will host a career and internship fair, sponsored by 1st Source Bank and Dungarvin, on Wed., March 13, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wiekamp Athletic Center on Bethel’s campus. Representatives from more than 100 employers in a variety of industries – including Patrick Industries, Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation, Bashor Children’s Home, Beacon Health System, and St. Joseph Health System, among many others – will be on hand to talk about available jobs and internships in fields ranging from manufacturing to health care.

RegisteredNursing.org has ranked the Bethel College Registered Nursing program No. 9 in the state and a top nursing school in our area. The organization analyzed 48 schools in Indiana on factors that represent how well a program supports students toward licensure and beyond, including past and present first time NCLEX-RN pass-rates - weighted by year. More information about the methodology used can be found on RegisteredNursing.org.

The Bethel College track & field team are coming home with a banner for the second straight weekend, as the men's team finished off their repeat of the NCCAA Indoor National Championship, overtaking host Cedarville (Ohio) on the final day of competition to earn their sixth NCCAA national championship. The women's team held serve with a second-place finish by a wide margin.

The Bethel College Music Department will present the Jazz Coffeehouse Concert Fri., March 15 at 8 p.m. in the Dining Commons on Bethel’s campus. This evening of jazz in a relaxed setting will feature the Bethel College Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo.

The Bethel College Theatre Department presents a brand new play, “God of My Own World,” Feb. 8 and 9 at 7:30 p.m., with a Feb. 9 matinee at 1 p.m. in the Paqui and Brian Kelly Auditorium, Middleton Hall of Science, on Bethel’s campus.