Campus News

Bookstore Holds Food Drive for Mishawaka Alliance of Care Food Pantry

The Bethel College Bookstore and Bethel's Student Council will be sponsoring a food drive November 5-6 and 8-13, 2004. All

Students Serve Community Through 16th Annual Work Day

Bethel College students have again traded textbooks for tools as classes were dismissed for the 16th Annual Bethel College Work

Bethel Students Aid in Hurricane Relief

On Tuesday, October 12 at 6 p.m., an estimated 35 people, including members of the Bethel College Wrestling Team, staff and faculty, will depart from the college* and travel to the cities of storm-ravaged Sebring and Wauchula in central Florida to help with hurricane relief efforts. The volunteers will spend their fall break helping to repair roofs, remove trees and perform general cleanup tasks for the hurricane victims and their families.

Eight-time Dove Award Winning Group

Bethel College in Mishawaka presents eight-time Dove Award-winning vocal artists 4-Him and the Christian trio Palisade in concert

Students Abroad Appear in Commercial

In New Zealand and Australia the Pacific Rim students only watched movies. In China they got to make a movie – a very short

Chapel Band Releases New Album

The latest release from the Bethel College Chapel Band, Sing to the King, is now available.Recorded live during the World

Miller's Crucible Takes Stage at Bethel

The Bethel College Theatre Arts Department will present The Crucible, Arthur Miller's famous drama of the Salem witch

Log Church Gets New Bell Tower

The Taylor Memorial Chapel recently dedicated a beautifully constructed bell tower on Oct. 12 with approximately one hundred

The Changing Face of Bethel

New buildings arise, current buildings are renovated, graduates leave and freshmen arrive: the face of Bethel College is

Move-in Day Arrives

A sunny eighty-four degree Sunday, a few hundred students, parents, and siblings lugging a couple thousand boxes, suitcases, and