- Bethel University held its annual poverty simulation on Wednesday, Feb. 3 on its McKenzie campus.
- Bethel’s Hendrix Scholarship competition is scheduled to be held on the school’s McKenzie campus Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19 and 20.
- The Renaissance Theatre production "The Curious Savage" which was postponed this weekend due to winter weather, has been rescheduled for February 4,5, and 6. Shows will be on Thursday - Saturday nights at 7:00 pm at the Bethel Performing Arts Center.
- After icy conditions prompted Bethel University's College of Liberal Arts to cancel Friday's classes, students living on campus bundled up and enjoyed a little fun in the snow.
- All classes for Bethel University will resume their normal schedule beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 2 after having been closed for two days because of inclement weather.
- An open house was held on Tuesday, Jan. 26, for faculty, staff and students of Bethel to view the school's new student health center.
- Bethel University’s College of Liberal Arts is proud to recognize its spring 2010 student teachers. Students include front row l to r: Kinsey Sudhoff, a child learning and development major, who will be student teaching at McKenzie Elementary and West Carroll Elementary; Wendy Morton, an exceptional learning and development major, who will be student teaching at Paris Elementary and McKenzie Middle; Whitney Taylor, a child learning and development major, who will be student teaching at Central Elementary/Bruceton and Henry Elementary; Jessica Montoya, a music/vocal major, who will be student teaching at Milan Elementary and Henry Co.
- Bethel University’s Renaissance Theatre will present John Patrick’s play, “The Curious Savage,” January 28-31 at the Bethel Performing Arts Center in McKenzie. “The Curious Savage” is a comedic play about Ethel P.
- Bethel University’s Burroughs Learning Center (the school’s library) will host a discussion of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” and “the Bridge of San Luis Rey” this Thursday, Jan. 21 at 5:30 p.m.
- This week, 30 students from across the country began their journey through Bethel University's physician assistant studies program. The Bethel University Physician Assistant Program will confer a master of science degree in physician assistant studies upon completion of the 27-month educational program.