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Bethel will host first-ever statewide restorative justice conference

Restorative Kansas: A Vision for Justice will be on the Bethel campus April 19-20, bringing in nationally and internationally known teachers and practitioners of restorative justice -- including some who do it through hip-hop.  Read more

Social work department, museum to collaborate for continuing ed workshop

Registration is now open (limit of 20) for a half-day workshop April 30, worth 4.5 CE credits in ethics for social workers, that uses the resources of Kauffman Museum to help participants think about how to best serve current immigrant populations.  Read more

Paraguayan guitarist to bring music to performing arts series

Berta Rojas will join the Newton Mid-Kansas Symphony Orchestra for the final Hesston-Bethel Performing Arts event of this season, a concert featuring mostly music by Latin American and Spanish composers.  Read more

Matthew Lind to give senior clarinet recital

Matt Lind's senior clarinet recital is Sun., April 8, at 2 p.m. in the Ad Building chapel and will features works by Debussy, Mozart and Jason Freeman.  Read more

Leali joins Bethel jazz groups for concert in Wichita Jazz Festival lineup

This year's Mid-Kansas Jazz Workshop concert features saxophone great Brad Leali for an April 5 concert, also featuring Bethel Jazz Ensemble I, that is on this year's Wichita Jazz Festival schedule.  Read more

Head men’s soccer coach resigns

Victor Garcia-Bebek tendered his resignation as the head of the men's soccer program after one season with the Threshers.  Read more

New book in Wedel Series based on lectures on Mennonites’ global witness

Going Global with God as Mennonites in the 21st Century is the latest volume in the Wedel Series published at Bethel College, written by Walter Sawatsky and based on his 2014 Menno Simons Lectures.  Read more

Opening the boxes: Conference looks at Mennonite roles in the Holocaust

Bethel hosted the first-ever academic conference on Mennonites and the Holocaust (looking at the relationships of Mennonites and Jews in Europe in the 1930s and '40s) to be held in North America, March 16-17 on campus.  Read more
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